Putin to personally open railway part of Kerch Strait Bridge
The navigation is blocked on December 21-24 due to plans to launch railway traffic along the bridge. most.life
Russian President Vladimir Putin is going to visit Russian-occupied Crimea, where the de-facto “Crimean authorities” on Monday, December 23, are planning to launch railway traffic along the so-called “Kerch Strait Bridge” that connects the annexed peninsula with mainland Russia.
Read also Russia closes Kerch Strait for four days over “temporary works” In particular, Putin is expected to talk with bridge workers, while local officials will report on plans for the development of transport infrastructure, Russia’s Interfax news outlet wrote on December 22.
As UNIAN reported earlier, Russia’s Transport Ministry closed navigation across the Kerch Strait for four days over “temporary works.” The navigation is blocked from December 21 to December 24 due to plans to launch railway traffic along the Kerch Strait Bridge.