Photo from UNIAN Ukrainian state-owned railway operator Ukrzaliznytsia (Ukrainian Railways) says the company&#39;s strategy until 2023 includes the possibility of restoring railway services with Donetsk and Luhansk regions, eastern Ukraine, which were halted in March 2017. On June 12, Ukraine&#39;s Cabinet of Ministers backed the relevant resolution that has not yet been published, the Ukrainian news outlet LIGA.net reported on June 18. Read alsoTwo years of visa-free travel: Ukraine-EU passenger traffic by rail up tenfold If the ban is lifted, the volume of coal transportation to Donetsk and Luhansk regions in 2021 will reach 40% (of the volumes reported in 2016), while the share of iron ore will be 30%, and that of ferrous metals will stand at 15%. Cargo transportation is expected to double by 2030, it said. Ukrzaliznytsia also plans to create Vokzalna Company before the end of 2019.