Anapa-Minsk train 'out of control'

The train is delayed and it is not clear how it will pass through the territory of Ukraine, Belarusian Railways told Euroradio. The latest reports suggest the train entered the territory of Ukriane in the morning hours.

"We know as much as you do. It sounds like this train is out of control," Euroradio is told by Belarusian Railways.

The press office of Belarusain Railways says that trains run via Donetsk region bypassing the stretches destroyed by explosions earlier today.

The Anapa-Minsk train is 19 hours late. It was scheduled to arrive at 1005 on June 25. 7 explosions, reportedly by pro-Russian separatists destroyed this railway line in Ukraine's Donetsk region.