"According to the plan, during Euro 2012 about 17 trains will daily run to Ukraine. Most of them will run through the checkpoints of Dorohusk-Yahodyn (Volyn region) and Przemysl-Mostyska (Lviv region). In general, the trains will carry around 9,000 passengers every day," Malinowski told Polska Agencja Prasowa (the Polish Press Agency).
According to him, a detailed schedule of trains for Euro 2012 is likely to be known in March.
"The schedule of trains for Euro 2012 is likely to be ready in March so that ticket sales could start three months before the start of the championship," Malinowski said.