Expansion of TEN-T transport networks, e-mobility and high-speed rail lines all over Europe. All these topics were discussed by Transport Minister Martin Kupka at the Connecting Europe Days event in Lyon, France. On top of the joint programme, the minister also met with Ukrainian Minister of Infrastructure Oleksandr Kubrakov, with whom he discussed the ways how to better connect Ukraine and EU countries.
Better connection and development the European transport network, promotion of high-speed rail lines and clean mobility. These are some of the topics of the upcoming Czech Presidency of the EU Council in transportation. The Czech Republic will also focus on autonomous transport and support of space activities.
Further development of the Copernicus programme, the competitiveness of the European Union's space activities and the upcoming Czech Presidency of the EU Council. These were some of the topics discussed at today's meeting of the EU Competitiveness Council of Ministers responsible for space activities in Luxembourg. Transport Minister Martin Kupka attended this meeting on behalf of the Czech Republic.
France's pioneer of high-speed rails, the legendary TGV train, has arrived in the Czech Republic. In was on Monday that train was presented at the main railway station in Prague. The train then continued to Brno, Jihlava and Ústí nad Labem.
Accelerating and improving road and rail links between the Czech Republic and Poland and the cooperation between the two countries on making the Odra river navigable. This was not the only topic discussed in Prague by Transport Minister Martin Kupka and his Polish counterpart Andrzej Adamczyk. Both ministers also signed a memorandum on the development of transport links between Polish seaports and the Czech Republic.
Trans-European transport networks, infrastructure for alternative fuels, the programme of the forthcoming Czech EU Presidency and assistance to Ukraine in transporting agricultural production to world markets. These and other topics were discussed by Transport Minister Martin Kupka and his counterparts from 26 other EU countries at the Transport, Energy and Telecommunications Council meeting in Luxembourg.