Baghdad Fallujah Train Flights Restart

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bagdat felluce train

Baghdad Fallujah Train Schedules: In the desert west of Baghdad. After the removal of the Islamic State of Iraq (ISIS) from Anber province, Baghdad - Fallujah trains started again.

ISIS was thrown out of Fallujah after a two-year occupation in 2016, leaving hundreds of bombings and mines in addition to the war wreck. Approximately 90 of stations, rails, bridges and tunnels in the regions where the ISIS occupation in Iraq has been damaged has been damaged by clashes. Many are waiting to be repaired like a Fallujah line.

The reopening of the 65 km line, which extends from the capital to Fallujah, means a safer access for the residents than the highway. Although it is noteworthy for the region, it is the safest transportation option for the region.

The cost of the Baghdad - Fallujah train is about 100 dinars (about 2.000 dollars), the 2 by minibus and the 3.500 bin dinar by taxi.
New trains made in China

Iraq, which has a railway network of about 1940 km, extends to Istanbul in 2.000, and cannot organize a train service to its second largest city, Mosul.

The railways where the war was heavily struck were not interrupted only between Baghdad-Basra and Baghdad-Kerbela.

In the 2016, the government of Baghdad, which took action to improve the railways, bought a new 118 12 train from China.

Source : I tr.euronews.co

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