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Since 18 May, Estonia stops railway communication with Russia

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Estonian railway company GoRail has issued a press release stating that since Monday 18 May 2015, the railway communication with the Russian Federation is terminated. A company spokesman said that the reasons for the cancellation of the Tallinn-Moscow and Moscow-Tallinn rail routes were economic reasons. The alleged passenger traffic between Estonia and the Russian Federation is so unprofitable that the meaning of this message is lost.

Since 18 May, Estonia stops railway communication with Russia


About a week ago, employees of the same Estonian company announced the termination of communications with St. Petersburg. Then the main reason was called the "socio-political situation."

At the same time, the head of GoRail says that he hopes for successful negotiations with Russian Railways, which, in his opinion, may in the future lead to the resumption of passenger traffic between the countries by rail. It should be noted that GoRail is a joint venture with the Russian company Russian Railways.
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  1. Hon
    Hon 17 May 2015 09: 48
    +60
    Whats important news
    1. MIKHALYCH1
      MIKHALYCH1 17 May 2015 09: 50
      +40
      Someone else goes to them ..?
      1. mad
        mad 17 May 2015 09: 56
        +101
        Quote: MIKHALYCHXNNX
        Someone else goes to them ..?

        The armored train is cleared wink To that which stands on emergency paths wassat
        1. lelikas
          lelikas 17 May 2015 11: 47
          +24
          Quote: mad
          The armored train is freed from wink to the one that stands on the wassat reserve track

          Rather, they were afraid that we would make the new BZHRK not on the basis of the refrigerator, but on the passenger car. So he can penetrate their country unnoticed. wassat
          1. Reserve officer
            Reserve officer 17 May 2015 14: 45
            +43
            The next step will be the dismantling of the rail for the manufacture of anti-tank hedgehogs and digging anti-tank ditch.
            But seriously, I’m not interested in reading about news from Estonia for a long time. Everyone is already fed up with their bark towards Russia.
            1. NEXUS
              NEXUS 17 May 2015 19: 28
              +6
              Quote: Reserve officer
              But seriously, I’m not interested in reading about news from Estonia for a long time. Everyone is already fed up with their bark towards Russia.

              It reminds me of a picture when a small mongrel, shabby, with bulging eyes (such a bumping terrier) barks from behind the fence, boldly and squeakily ... but then the fence ends and a free opening appears. runaway, trembling with all the frail little body, clinging to the feet of the owner.
              1. captain
                captain 17 May 2015 21: 59
                +11
                Gentlemen, commenting, please pay attention to the fact that this Estonian company is a joint venture with Russian Railways. I am explaining that 50 percent of the money is ours, do you understand anything or not? Our company will not cooperate with us. Or am I wrong? Who invested OUR money in this Russophobic country? Our 'elites' either build wagons from us, or buy from Spain, or create firms in the Baltics.
                1. shvn
                  shvn 17 May 2015 23: 37
                  +3
                  and what, the surname Yakunin is unfamiliar to you?
                  and ask him how the joint venture does not want to work for our money
                2. Ayujak
                  Ayujak 18 May 2015 09: 47
                  0
                  Everything is simple. No profit - no chairs. People do not travel not only for political reasons, but also for the exchange rate difference of the ruble.
          2. Goha
            Goha 17 May 2015 14: 50
            +3
            And why is there a BZHRK, if it were with us? With BZHRK machine guns and machine guns do not shoot, but what would they soak !? possible from Siberia.
        2. avg
          avg 17 May 2015 13: 09
          +32
          Supporting the initiative of the Estonian comrades, it is urgently necessary to stop the freight railway connection with Estonian ports, in connection with the "socio-political situation." And on a visit to the Ests, you can also ride a bicycle. yes
        3. Enot-poloskun
          Enot-poloskun 17 May 2015 16: 09
          +8
          I traveled to Estonia from St. Petersburg by bus. wink

          And the cancellation of trains ... Politics! Empty hotels in Estonia ... Local people in Tartu would like to see tourists from Russia. They even speak Russian! Remember ... wink
          1. Throw
            Throw 17 May 2015 16: 51
            +1
            And where is Estonia? Under Peter or what? So they have an estuary with a river there, they will swim behind a booze and on a boat .. wassat
          2. dmi.pris
            dmi.pris 17 May 2015 20: 44
            +1
            Tartu and Narva are generally Russian-speaking cities, the rest of Shushera live in farms and in the capital ..
            Quote: Enot-poloskun
            I traveled to Estonia from St. Petersburg by bus. wink

            And the cancellation of trains ... Politics! Empty hotels in Estonia ... Local people in Tartu would like to see tourists from Russia. They even speak Russian! Remember ... wink
            1. Sergey Vl.
              Sergey Vl. 18 May 2015 01: 51
              +1
              Tartu and Narva in general Russian-speaking cities

              Dear, who told you that? Narva - yes, the Russian city, Kohtla-Järve too, but Tartu ... When I was there, the Russians spoke Estonian to each other in my presence. Now that the farmers took the place of the Russians who left, there is no need to speak of Russianness at all. Although now many of my friends work in Finland, and their children chose Norway and the UK for living.
        4. Deniska
          Deniska 17 May 2015 16: 16
          +7
          He alone surpasses all the "power" of the Finnish army))
      2. DRA-88
        DRA-88 17 May 2015 10: 07
        +24
        Eeeeeeston trains just sooo slow yes
        "Brake" nat. Chukhontsev trait laughing
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        2. Lt. Air Force stock
          Lt. Air Force stock 17 May 2015 17: 05
          +2
          Quote: DRA-88
          Eeeeeeston trains just sooo slow

          Walk faster.
      3. Observer2014
        Observer2014 17 May 2015 10: 14
        +5
        "Does anyone else visit them ..?" Duty Free go to visit. And that's it!
        1. Alexander Romanov
          Alexander Romanov 17 May 2015 11: 04
          +12
          Quote: Observer2014
          "Does anyone else visit them ..?"

          He travels, but not on trains. On a train more expensive than on a plane it turns out. I wonder why they didn’t cover before.
          1. Boa kaa
            Boa kaa 17 May 2015 11: 13
            +18
            Quote: Alexander Romanov
            I wonder why they didn’t cover it before.
            (Though frail) economic ties broke off - and the railway ended immediately. There was nothing to carry! The port of Tallinn is no longer a transshipment point for goods to Russia.
            1. ROD VDVshny
              ROD VDVshny 17 May 2015 12: 23
              +18
              Quote: Boa constrictor KAA
              There was nothing to carry!

              They carry it ... often I stand at the crossing on the road to the cottage, fuel tank trains go to Estonia. The back isessentially empty. Previously, there was still a small passenger train of 3-4 wagons, but now it has not been seen for a couple of years. Probably canceled without any fuss.
              What trains do they have? The horde of these sacking men travels by car. The raids against us, into a terribly undemocratic and evil Russia, are a matter of several hours. Gasoline, grub, vodka, cigarettes are cheap. 800 km to Moscow, the roads are in good condition, drive yourself 100-120, and the train costs much less.
            2. Dart2027
              Dart2027 17 May 2015 12: 24
              +5
              And good. These feeds are definitely not necessary.
          2. Paranoid50
            Paranoid50 17 May 2015 15: 52
            +7
            Quote: Alexander Romanov

            He travels, but not on trains. On a train more expensive than on a plane it turns out. I wonder why they didn’t cover before.

            Yes, now it is. In connection with the news, I remembered the last trip to Tallinn (then with one more "n"). It was in November 1990. A full ticket Leningrad-Tallinn cost six rubles, respectively. student - three. With a scholarship of forty rubles, it was communism.
          3. wolf7
            wolf7 17 May 2015 21: 57
            +1
            The company is joint, so they began to pull the ests to themselves, and they could do it, hand in hand ...
      4. alvog
        alvog 17 May 2015 10: 18
        +12
        Then they can, following the example of friends from Ukraine, put up a fence on the border. Do not be surprised, they have enough dope ...
        1. Neighbor
          Neighbor 17 May 2015 11: 32
          +8
          Well, it’s not for us to spend money on the fence ...
        2. zanoza
          zanoza 17 May 2015 15: 31
          +2
          There is almost no land border with them: along rivers and lakes ...
      5. Kostyar
        Kostyar 17 May 2015 10: 27
        +6
        What's next? Foreign Ministry will be recalled from Russia ...?! Probably more expensive than trains? Their history does not teach anything ... !!!
        1. maxim1987
          maxim1987 17 May 2015 12: 45
          0
          then you need to run the Moscow-Narva train and the Peter-Narva train
      6. boozer
        boozer 17 May 2015 10: 59
        +5
        I was generally amazed - it turns out they have trains! laughing
      7. Alekseev
        Alekseev 17 May 2015 12: 45
        +9
        Quote: MIKHALYCHXNNX
        Someone else goes to them ..?

        Nobody rides?
        Well ... Well, it is necessary to cancel the freight message.
        And at the border leave the checkpoint only for individuals with small luggage.
        They don’t go to hostile neighbors and they don’t call them.
        1. chief.matros
          chief.matros 17 May 2015 15: 21
          +5
          accurately and introduce customs restrictions - one pack of cigarettes, one bottle of vodka, one loaf of bread, one herring and a liter of gasoline
      8. varov14
        varov14 17 May 2015 18: 55
        +1
        And that we have no trade with them at all, or are horse-drawn vehicles used there?
      9. iliitchitch
        iliitchitch 17 May 2015 19: 53
        +5
        How are we going to live now, huh?
        1. dmi.pris
          dmi.pris 17 May 2015 20: 48
          0
          This is to whom the question? If the Estonians, then the answer is one, what up ....
          Quote: iliitch
          How are we going to live now, huh?
      10. volot-voin
        volot-voin 18 May 2015 14: 09
        0
        Quote: MIKHALYCHXNNX
        Someone else goes to them ..?

        He lives in the Baltic states of multi-Russians. So go.
    2. Giant thought
      Giant thought 17 May 2015 09: 54
      +29
      The impoverished Estonia cannot contain passenger trains, and it was also going to fight with Russia, the Chukhites, apparently, completely lost their sense of reality out of fear.
      1. pest
        pest 17 May 2015 09: 58
        +7
        It’s very bad to know in Estonia ... There is no money .. The European Bank does not give ... Now the railway and steam engines will be handed over for scrap, I really want to eat ...
      2. Altona
        Altona 17 May 2015 10: 54
        0
        Quote: Thought Giant
        The impoverished Estonia cannot contain passenger trains, and it was also going to fight with Russia, the Chukhites, apparently, completely lost their sense of reality out of fear.

        --------------------
        And will it also be expensive to let the train run? Not from Moscow, of course ...
        1. Lelek
          Lelek 17 May 2015 11: 08
          +8
          Quote: Altona
          And will it also be expensive to let the train run?


          Replaced with "... a fragile boat - the shelter of a wretched Chukhonts." bully
      3. tol100v
        tol100v 17 May 2015 10: 58
        +1
        Quote: Thought Giant
        cannot contain passenger trains, but also gathered

        Hand over a piece of iron to a secondhand! They cannot find other application. There is no economy, there’s nothing to carry!
      4. OK
        OK 17 May 2015 11: 40
        +7
        The Chukhons think that they will just run away to Europe during the war, and the Yankees will fight for them here. That is why such bold statements are being made towards Russia.
        Their experience in Ukraine has not taught anything. Or maybe it has not yet reached the brain.
      5. Victorio
        Victorio 17 May 2015 19: 02
        +1
        Compare the minimum wage in Estonia and the Russian Federation, you can still clean the streets, but neat and cultivated areas. and in fact, the reduction, decrease in the level of contacts is primarily aimed at the Russian-speaking population living there, in order to protect and alienate him from all Russian, which is done everywhere and everywhere: in schools, in the media, in general history, etc.
    3. avt
      avt 17 May 2015 09: 58
      +13
      Quote: Hon
      Whats important news

      You know, it’s really important. But for some reason it wasn’t specified in the article - passenger, or everything, including cargo? Now, if it’s cargo, then Estonia has an important message, especially for their port workers in Reval.
      1. Denis
        Denis 17 May 2015 10: 13
        +13
        Quote: avt
        But if it’s cargo, then for Estonia the valid message is important, especially for their port workers in Reval

        Only the passenger, if you stop the cargo, then they will have to ..., well, what did Monica do
        Tanks just do what they go
        1. valokordin
          valokordin 17 May 2015 15: 33
          -3
          Quote: Denis
          Quote: avt
          But if it’s cargo, then for Estonia the valid message is important, especially for their port workers in Reval

          Only the passenger, if you stop the cargo, then they will have to ..., well, what did Monica do
          Tanks just do what they go

          And where to put the Russian Chukhons, they also want to eat, we don’t leave our own, or we’ll leave them in the Donbass.
          1. Denis
            Denis 17 May 2015 17: 29
            +2
            Quote: valokordin
            And where to put the Russian Chukhons, they also want to eat, we don’t leave ours, or how we’ll leave them in the Donbass

            A worth comparing
            July 2006. The authorities of the Estonian capital officially refused to dismantle the memorial to the prime minister of the republic. The memorial was taken under the protection of the Tallinn youth organization "Night Watch".
            January 2007. The Estonian Parliament adopted the Law "On the Protection of War Graves", according to which the decision on the fate of military graves and monuments is made not by the municipal authorities, but by the Estonian Defense Ministry and a special commission of this department.
            February 15, 2007. In the final reading, the Estonian parliament adopted the draft law "On the Demolition of Prohibited Structures", which allows the Estonian authorities to legally dismantle monuments to Soviet soldiers, in particular, the monument to the Liberator Soldier in the center of Tallinn.
            26 April 2007 year. A rally of defenders of the Bronze Soldier took place in Tallinn, protesting against the decision of the authorities to begin work on the exhumation and identification of the remains of Soviet soldiers buried near the monument. The protesters were dispersed by the police using tear gas, a water cannon, as well as noise and light grenades. On the night of April 27 2007, during the riots, one person died and 44 were injured.

            Something is not heard they donbass
    4. Baikonur
      Baikonur 17 May 2015 10: 16
      +8
      EEEEEtttttttoooo ooohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!
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    6. siberalt
      siberalt 17 May 2015 10: 21
      +6
      It’s not at all clear. And why trains in the wilderness of Estonia?
      1. boozer
        boozer 17 May 2015 16: 15
        -1
        Clarifications went: two trains and 12 railcars ... fellow
    7. Vend
      Vend 17 May 2015 10: 47
      0
      They are worse. Even the pennies are important to the poor, hopefully you can clearly transfer the unprofitable railway message to Russian Railways.
    8. shooter18
      shooter18 17 May 2015 11: 04
      +1
      So they are all in Moscow on earnings ..
      1. Denis
        Denis 17 May 2015 12: 36
        +4
        Quote: shooter18
        So they are all in Moscow on earnings ..

        This is propaganda and provocation of special services. lol
        In geyrops, making pots is more prestigious.
        I wish we could take buses from St. Petersburg to them ...
        And then they even yell, but they creep in front of tourists, the money is really needed
    9. Kibalchish
      Kibalchish 17 May 2015 11: 30
      +3
      If I’m not mistaken, the Estonians still have Russian gauge on the railways.
    10. KazakPatrol
      KazakPatrol 17 May 2015 11: 43
      +1
      And don’t say, the news of the day is simple, especially now it’s completely unclear where the trains will go now, it seems like you can get to the rest of Estonia comfortably and on a bike.
      1. Denis
        Denis 17 May 2015 12: 45
        +1
        Quote: KazakPatrol
        you can ride on a bike comfortably

        Not always, it often rains and the buses are dark
        Regular bus charter flights from St. Petersburg to Estonia
        I do not call offices, not advertising, just a fact
    11. kindly man
      kindly man 17 May 2015 12: 46
      +1
      but what of course the important ones. Yakushkin, or whatever his leader RZD announced to Russia sanctions.
    12. Geisenberg
      Geisenberg 17 May 2015 13: 46
      +1
      Quote: Hon
      Whats important news


      Waiting for a long time! We must also put the railway in Ivangorod for repair ...
      1. OK
        OK 17 May 2015 14: 28
        +3
        And leave only a pedestrian bridge
    13. Altona
      Altona 17 May 2015 17: 34
      0
      Quote: Hon
      Whats important news

      -------------------
      Traveled news ...
    14. SAXA.SHURA
      SAXA.SHURA 17 May 2015 19: 38
      +1
      Yes, we need to make out the rails altogether towards Estonia.
    15. dmi.pris
      dmi.pris 17 May 2015 20: 41
      +1
      And in the existence of this misunderstanding (Estonia I mean) there is at least a drop of meaning ....?
      Quote: Hon
      Whats important news
  2. figwam
    figwam 17 May 2015 09: 49
    +3
    They want money ...
  3. 1536
    1536 17 May 2015 09: 50
    +18
    Preserve Estonia. For the future.
  4. veksha50
    veksha50 17 May 2015 09: 50
    +10
    I wonder who did worse ??? Whose ears are likely to freeze - at the Russian Railways or at Estonian air-railway lines?
  5. Ignatius
    Ignatius 17 May 2015 09: 50
    +11
    Here it is - the railway curtain!))
    1. boa constrictor
      boa constrictor 17 May 2015 09: 58
      +2
      Nah !! Express in Estonian - a handbrake every half meter - sit and look at each other !! Ah yes Estonians !! Ah yes without typing - braked cool !! The fluid they have is brake fluid !! laughing
  6. Gorkii
    Gorkii 17 May 2015 09: 50
    +6
    let them go in five !!!
  7. Strezhevchanin
    Strezhevchanin 17 May 2015 09: 50
    +8
    Sprats will rise in price !?
    Is it far to Tallinn? Now far away.
    1. avt
      avt 17 May 2015 10: 01
      +8
      Quote: Strezhevchanin
      Is it far to Tallinn?

      Russian nationalist! tongue Stallitts of Estonia is written in Russian as follows - TALLINN! This is not a Soviet scoop for you, this is free Evroppa! laughing
      1. pvv113
        pvv113 17 May 2015 10: 42
        +2
        Quote: avt
        Evroppa!

        Correct in Estonian - EvroopppaaA - stress on the last "a" wink
      2. Strezhevchanin
        Strezhevchanin 17 May 2015 14: 58
        +10
        Estonian is sitting on the seashore and fishing. Pecked! Pulls out - and on
        hooked a goldfish. Begged the fish:
        - Let me go, please! I will fulfill any three of your desires!
        The Estonian silently removes the fish from the hook, walks up to the tree and swings the fish on a large scale on the trunk:
        - Do not NATO speak Russian to me !!!
  8. Stranger03
    Stranger03 17 May 2015 09: 50
    +3
    They just fear polite little men. Suddenly they will hold a referendum, and they will find out later, after him, fellow
  9. Bronik
    Bronik 17 May 2015 09: 51
    +4
    Afraid of the railway invasion? The roof has completely left.
  10. MIKHALYCH1
    MIKHALYCH1 17 May 2015 09: 53
    +60
    Thanks Estonians ... made fun ..... laughing
  11. Idunavs
    Idunavs 17 May 2015 09: 54
    +2
    They all need to be treated, it looks like paranoid schizophrenia.
  12. bocsman
    bocsman 17 May 2015 09: 56
    +4
    Flea bites.
  13. Loner_53
    Loner_53 17 May 2015 09: 57
    +8
    From May 18, Estonia completely stops railway communication with Russia

    That's right, they should go to us and not resume traffic if they even later ask themselves. And if our liberals suddenly need to be felled there
  14. Tusv
    Tusv 17 May 2015 09: 57
    +4
    An Estonian rode on a cart and sees a dead crow: "Prikotitz"
    In a year. The same cart, the same Estonian. Throws away the remains of a crow: "Not prikottilos"

    Pride of the Great Crusaders
  15. Alexey Boukin
    Alexey Boukin 17 May 2015 09: 57
    +3
    Stop the message, dismantle the railway tracks and fence off the net with a netting ... A bad example is contagious.
  16. shinobi
    shinobi 17 May 2015 09: 58
    +10
    It really became unprofitable along the way. During the times of the USSR, it was still possible to understand tourism there. So yes. Almost Europe, but still a union. And now, why the hell is this substitute if you can directly? Yes, and cheaper. identity is not clear.
    1. crambol
      crambol 17 May 2015 10: 13
      +5
      Quote: shinobi
      It really became unprofitable along the way


      -I had business with Estonian railway workers. Honest, conscientious guys. It’s not their fault that you have to close.
  17. Alexander 3
    Alexander 3 17 May 2015 09: 58
    +10
    The profitability of passenger traffic between Russia and Estonia has fallen. Have the Russians stopped going on excursions to Estonians? And you bark less on Russia. Maybe that will improve.
  18. silver169
    silver169 17 May 2015 09: 58
    +8
    Hmm, tragedy. If only Lithuania and Latvia would stop communicating with the Russian Federation. It would be very good. Soon it will come to the point that Russians will stop going to these Russophobic "mega-powers" altogether. And rightly so, maybe they will still think about whether it is worth shitting Russia for any reason, getting Russian oil and gas, importing their goods into Russia.
    1. saag
      saag 17 May 2015 10: 10
      +7
      Quote: silver169
      If only Lithuania and Latvia would stop communicating with the Russian Federation. It would be very good.

      Especially probably for the Kaliningrad region
    2. My doctor
      My doctor 17 May 2015 10: 31
      +4
      Quote: silver169
      If only Lithuania and Latvia would stop communicating with the Russian Federation. It would be very good.

      Sure?
      Quote: saag
      Especially probably for the Kaliningrad region

      Enclave. Transit.
      1. silver169
        silver169 17 May 2015 12: 03
        +4
        "But he didn't even notice the elephant." YOU washed me, friends. Indeed, I completely forgot about the Kaliningrad region. I wrote it according to my mood. long ago, in the army, in training near Leningrad, I had to serve for almost six months with a large group of Estonian comrades. The memories of communicating with them are strong even now.
  19. Major Yurik
    Major Yurik 17 May 2015 10: 00
    +2
    These probably saw our armored train and now they will search for it for a long time. fool
  20. avvg
    avvg 17 May 2015 10: 03
    0
    Insanity grows stronger: the Estonians haven’t come up with anything smarter, it stops the railway connection from Russia.
  21. Vadim Zhivov
    Vadim Zhivov 17 May 2015 10: 03
    +2
    Quote: Major Yurik
    These probably saw our armored train and now they will search for it for a long time. fool

    So we have it on the siding
  22. Ignatius
    Ignatius 17 May 2015 10: 03
    +2
    Sorry. But I did follow this train back in 1987 from Moscow to Estonian Tapa, to engineering training ... Nostalgia, there's nothing to be done)
  23. samarin1969
    samarin1969 17 May 2015 10: 05
    +4
    "It should be noted that GoRail is a joint venture with the Russian company Russian Railways." ... "Transportation on the Moscow-Tallinn route is also carried out by Russian Railways (RBK)" ... It seems that Russian Railways has subjugated the flows in Estonia without political overtones ...
    1. Mordvin 3
      Mordvin 3 17 May 2015 12: 01
      +4
      What percentage of the shares of Railways in this uh ... company? Is it not they who optimized them? Railways has such a habit. And it seemed like the info that RZD was buying up the shares of their ports, which means that cargo transportation is unlikely to close.
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  24. not Russian
    not Russian 17 May 2015 10: 05
    +3
    And why is this railway needed if the country can be reached on foot in half a day?
  25. Russian jacket
    Russian jacket 17 May 2015 10: 05
    +4
    Insanity mows down the rows of sprat ... Apparently they decided to isolate themselves so that "polite people" would not come comfortably in compartment cars. laughing Maybe we don’t have to go to negotiations, but to contribute to this inversion of the Baltic states by all means ... hi
  26. andrei332809
    andrei332809 17 May 2015 10: 07
    +3
    buy scrap metal. cheap.
    and on the topic, I think, our people won’t let them go broke, they’ll buy something, redirect the cargo flow somewhere. good so that they ...
  27. MIKHALYCH1
    MIKHALYCH1 17 May 2015 10: 09
    +12
    I feel sorry for the Baltic states ... to be honest! I remember they used to be with such a powerful industry .. The elite in the USSR ... I was there! Now mongrels and dregs of Europe .. Purely washers of pools and toilets ..
    1. Russian jacket
      Russian jacket 17 May 2015 10: 14
      +5
      Nobody loves traitors, they use it ... And then they throw it away like a used rubber product ...
    2. novobranets
      novobranets 17 May 2015 11: 28
      +6
      Quote: MIKHALYCHXNNX
      I feel sorry for the Baltic states ...

  28. Monster_Fat
    Monster_Fat 17 May 2015 10: 10
    +15
    In fact, the Chukhonts themselves are to blame. It is no secret that during the years of construction of "liberalism" in Russia, many of our middle-level "managers", such as middle-class "artists" and middle-ranking officials, have bought real estate in the Baltic states, counting on a "calm", "quiet" haven in old age. However, the Balts, by their "tightening the screws" for "non-residents", by their frenzied Russophobia, themselves "cut the branch" on which they were sitting, Russian buyers realized that there could be no question of any "safe harbor" now. In addition, in the baltics, restrictions and bureaucratic delays have been introduced for the maintenance of accounts, and in terms of property management, for non-residents, which severely limits the financial maintenance of real estate. Now many former Russian owners are trying to sell their "Baltic" real estate at bargain prices - this activity can be seen on the relevant Internet resources. In short, Russia says to the Baltic states - "goodbye"!
  29. Senior manager
    Senior manager 17 May 2015 10: 15
    +3
    There is practically no information in the article, and I would say short-sighted to draw any conclusions on this basis, and it’s not clever to talk about Estonians anyway, because it can really be the movements of Russian Railways.
  30. fomkin
    fomkin 17 May 2015 10: 17
    +22
    Estonians guys are harsh and slowly do not want.
  31. Consul-t
    Consul-t 17 May 2015 10: 17
    +26
    We have a Russian guy at work who has relatives in Estonia. He goes home every weekend.
    Tells how they live.
    But the most surprising thing about his stories is the following.
    He says (quote)
    “If any of the English, Germans in another country are offended, show disdain for them or something else, they stop coming to this country on tourist vouchers.
    Ours ... he says, I am amazed, they come by car and buy groceries and toilet paper in stores. Rzhach, but they make paper in our Leningrad Region. and ours, surprisingly, buy it themselves, completely clogging the trunk. Unclear. It’s more expensive there. All the same. WHY PAY MORE?
    The mind cannot understand Russia.
    And the products. He says that everything is in chemistry. He brought smoked bacon to try. Yes, it smells awesome. But ... We smoked on the chips, they are pouring chemistry.
    So understand ours.
    They treat us contemptuously. Food rubbish. More expensive than ours.
    And we? We go and buy, swallowing contempt and without a sense of pride.
    Phew ... finished
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    2. Russian jacket
      Russian jacket 17 May 2015 10: 26
      +12
      There is such a moment ... As my brother, who works with foreigners, says, "Until we start to respect ourselves, and demand that you be considered, even tolerant Europeans treat you as a second class." hi
    3. saag
      saag 17 May 2015 10: 36
      +1
      Quote: Consul-t
      So understand ours.

      Well, the stereotype is, one might say, everyday - "tse Europe" and what a quality like
    4. Monster_Fat
      Monster_Fat 17 May 2015 10: 49
      +15
      Your boyfriend is lying. I myself often visit Estonia on business trips and have not seen, in general, that Russians there buy something from grocery stores, especially toilet paper. Sometimes they buy clothes, and even then at the sales of "brands", they also buy amber as a souvenir, and, of course, drink alcohol, because it is expensive in bars. Well, before the "rise in price" of the dollar, they bought butter, it is really better quality than ours. By the way, about alcohol, there is a feeling that the Estonians have decided to drink all over Europe, so many shops with alcohol at sea and other stations. Ah, "toilet paper" ... it looks like your "boyfriend" is retelling the realities of the "perestroika" times, which were remembered by his parents from the time of the 80s-90s, they obviously live with fears of that time and have no other information, except for the fraudulent local media, who are crazy about hatred of Russia, and do not know that much has changed in Russia, especially about "toilet paper."
  32. forester
    forester 17 May 2015 10: 21
    +3
    Yes, it’s time for them to already establish the Estonian Transport Museum, and the exhibits will be: the last Estonian plane, the last Estonian train. the last ship of Estonia and so on. The reason for canceling flights is simple, the last Estonian engineer left for Europe to clean European toilets. Well done, looking to the future, the train may get up, but the sewer never.
  33. jekasimf
    jekasimf 17 May 2015 10: 26
    +2
    But this is a sign! And this despite the fact that they have not even built a bridge to the Crimea .....! Land prices have gone up in our Crimea. Damn. We must urgently buy a plot. Otherwise, I will be left without land, on my land.
  34. atamankko
    atamankko 17 May 2015 10: 26
    0
    Well, the flag is in your hands, Estonians.
    Russia will not suffer.
  35. Tusv
    Tusv 17 May 2015 10: 26
    +1
    Tea, coffee. That! Kakawa is your intact fisitta in estonia

    Empty trains and no one writes to the colonel
    You cannot enter Estonia. in Fiat Unno four chelovekka
  36. Stinger
    Stinger 17 May 2015 10: 27
    +3
    Strongly exhausted by fictional Russian aggression. It would be necessary for us to dismantle the rails. The train left.
    1. Tusv
      Tusv 17 May 2015 10: 42
      +1
      That one. your rail eats not democrotic for a whole four sentiments.
      We will dig a ferry in Finland
  37. sluganska
    sluganska 17 May 2015 10: 28
    +1
    I can be mistaken, but in the photo the locomotive produced at the Lugansk diesel locomotive building plant OR.
  38. SPB 1221
    SPB 1221 17 May 2015 10: 32
    +2
    Way to go, gentlemen, Estonian Europeans! Soon you will die in your Estonia like a sprat in a bank!
    True shit from you carries for a long time and very much!
  39. chelovektapok
    chelovektapok 17 May 2015 10: 33
    +3
    Sprats are returning to their previous specialty. In Soviet times, they were famous as the capital of women of easy virtue and AIDS. In perestroika, it is true that they have become world leaders in the export of scrap metal. In Russia stolen-read hucksters at the re-purchase of stolen goods. Who will go to them in their right mind? Let the ancient craft trades in every sense and pose. Americans and NATO are warriors with money. They will be exotic and sprat earnings! One fig, even their architecture, is the merit of the Teutons. Nothing was and will not be in the litter.
  40. pensioner
    pensioner 17 May 2015 10: 40
    +5
    I can bet on a cap with Gazprom symbols (which was also on A. Miller’s head) that the Great West will soon start digging a ditch yes. On the border with Russia.
    1. novobranets
      novobranets 17 May 2015 12: 51
      +4
      Two Estonian smugglers stand at the border and argue about how to cross the border. One says:
      - You need to go straight-a-amo.
      Another object:
      - Nah. Nushna, go in apho-o-from.
      -No-eat. Straight a-amo.
      -No-eh, in apo-o-from.
      They argued, argued, did not come to consensus. One went around, the other straight. The one who went straight was caught by the Russian border guards, they carefully beat him, they sit and make up the protocol. Border Guard:
      -Name?
      - I-a-anise.
      -Surname?
      -Budra-a-itis.
      -Nationality?
      -Esto-o-onets.
      -Floor?
      -She-e-yensky.
      - What are you talking about, what a woman, you're a man.
      -P ... yes I, in the APHO-oh-from-not-shit-e-ell.
  41. buser
    buser 17 May 2015 10: 42
    +3
    It seems like it’s really unprofitable. Russia also cancels trains and trains. I don’t understand only where is this site.
  42. gcn
    gcn 17 May 2015 10: 43
    +1
    Well, judging by the news from the Baltic, there is nothing to be surprised at. They constantly take revenge on us for (occupation) and it doesn’t matter that ordinary educated people don’t think so.
  43. Evil 55
    Evil 55 17 May 2015 10: 43
    +1
    And on what Great Spratia will spread its sprats?
  44. RuslanNN
    RuslanNN 17 May 2015 10: 50
    +1
    Duc there they have people for one train in the whole "great" Estonia is not typed. And ours can't do it there, and everything is at home.
  45. chunga-changa
    chunga-changa 17 May 2015 11: 15
    +2
    the head of GoRail says that he hopes for successful negotiations with Russian Railways, which, in his opinion, could lead to the resumption of passenger traffic in the future ... GoRail is a joint venture with the Russian company Russian Railways.

    It's just that the "European managers" decided to sit tightly on the pocket of our "effective" ones, I'm sure they will succeed, I'm just a genius in matters of mutually beneficial budget peeling. Quilted jackets-occupants must pay for the ride of the "Europeans", while Ukraine is paid for gas.
  46. Sevmar
    Sevmar 17 May 2015 11: 23
    +3
    Latvia crucified the GDP on the cross, Estonia closed the railway. Interesting, and what next muck Lithuania has prepared? Political prostitutes have to jump at the behest of a star-striped puppeteer if there are no other sources of income. It seems that the State Department is preparing the Baltic states in the future, like Ruin, for a serious conflict with Russia. And those who see themselves are sleeping and seeing how, with the help of the states, using the situation, they will deal with non-citizens.
    1. Vladimir Pozlnyakov
      Vladimir Pozlnyakov 17 May 2015 13: 44
      0
      Quote: sevmar
      Latvia crucified the GDP on the cross, Estonia closed the railway. Interesting, and what next muck Lithuania has prepared? Political prostitutes have to jump at the behest of a star-striped puppeteer if there are no other sources of income. It seems that the State Department is preparing the Baltic states in the future, like Ruin, for a serious conflict with Russia. And those who see themselves are sleeping and seeing how, with the help of the states, using the situation, they will deal with non-citizens.


      Tribality in area and population is commensurate with New Russia for the same indicators! As Kiselyov said, they need to be looked for on a map with a magnifying glass!
  47. Vadim12
    Vadim12 17 May 2015 11: 24
    0
    Also soon the wall will begin to build. Begging for money in Brussels and Washington. Otherwise, how? There is almost no economy, but politicians really want a coin.
  48. Dmitry Volodin
    Dmitry Volodin 17 May 2015 11: 34
    0
    Here in the news they wrote - the `` maize '' fell from the Tribalts, bought from the Swedes (what?). Old, ancient for agriculture. They have no future for transport. hi
  49. Gray 43
    Gray 43 17 May 2015 11: 59
    0
    Estonians were frightened of our rolling stock - it also happens to be "polite" green)))) what if the locomotives are unmanned?)))
  50. Vladimir111
    Vladimir111 17 May 2015 12: 16
    0
    "politics, economics" !!! People can be simple now?!?!
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    2. 16112014nk
      16112014nk 17 May 2015 18: 44
      +1
      Well, ordinary people will somehow survive. But Yakunin may not have enough money for a fur store. What is he to do? what To the task!
      1. andrew42
        andrew42 18 May 2015 19: 09
        0
        Raises the tariffs of Russian Railways. For these gentlemen, everything is decided simply - Don Reba pays for everything (in our case, an ordinary taxpayer).