It is about Romania and the Budapest-Cluj-Napoca railway line is included. But only later, in the distant future.

The Romanian government decided on Thursday to build a national high-speed rail network that would connect the main cities of the country with Bucharest. The decision of the government on Thursday was the first to decide on a fast railway that would be built on the 1275 km long line Bucharest-Craiova-Timişoara-Cluj-Napoca.

The announcement also marks the outbreaks, such as Craiova later with Sofia, Timişoara with Belgrade and Cluj-Nap in Budapest.

Specific plans will then be drawn up by the government. In February, Péter Szijjártó, Minister for Foreign Affairs and Foreign Affairs, discussed the 450-kilometer railway line Budapest-Cluj-Napoca in Bucharest. Then Szijjártó said: there is agreement between Hungary and Romania that the first TGV-type express train connection between Budapest and Cluj-Napoca will be built.

In Romania, however, the railway is in poor condition and the average speed on the track is 45 km / h.

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