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GYSEV wants to operate 600 kilometer of rail line

GYSEV, a regional railway owned by the states of Hungary and Austria, is in talks on taking over the operation of some 600 kilometers of rail lines in western Hungary, CEO Csaba Székely told MTI on the sidelines of a conference in Szombathely on Thursday.

Talks are ongoing, Székely said, but declined to reveal any further details.

Currently, GYSEV operates 300 kilometers of rail lines in western Hungary and eastern Austria. Austrian company Strabag recently acquired a 5.7% stake in GYSEV. (MTI-ECONEWS)