More than ten passenger trains have been delayed as a result of a missile attack on a railway infrastructure facility in Lviv Oblast, Ukrzaliznytsia, the national rail operator, reported on the evening of June 1st.
According a press release published by Ukrzaliznytsia, the following trains are delayed:
- No. 6 Ivano-Frankivsk - Zaporozhye;
- No. 18 Lviv - Kharkiv;
- No. 37 Uzhgorod - Odessa;
- No. 13 Kyiv - Solotvyno;
- No. 45 Uzhgorod - Kharkiv;
- No. 96 Rakhiv - Kyiv;
- No. 95 Kyiv - Rakhiv;
- No. 1 Ivano-Frankivsk - Kharkiv;
- No. 43 Ivano-Frankivsk - Kyiv;
- No. 14 Solotvino - Kyiv;
- No. 38 Odessa - Uzhgorod;
- No. 25 Rakhiv - Odessa;
- No. 29 Kyiv - Uzhgorod.
No durations were given for the delays. Additionally, the routes of several suburban trains to Stryi will be limited on June 2nd:
- No. 6155 Lviv - Lavochne;
- No. 6187 Lviv - Mukachevo;
- No. 6189 Lviv - Lavochne Chop (in the opposite direction - to Lavochne).
Train No. 829/830, Lviv-Uzhgorod-Lviv, will not run on June 2.
“The situation is completely under control,” UZ stated.
“There is no danger to passengers or trains and the consequences of damage are being repaired. Ukrzaliznytsia, along with its partners, are already organizing free hot meals at large stations for passengers on trains with the longest delays."
Explosions were heard in the Stryisky region of Lviv Oblast on the night of June 2. Ukrzaliznytsia reported that the attack struck railway infrastructure, injuring five.