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Ukraine and Russia to Build Bridge Across Kerch Strait
30.04.2008 10:00
Ukraine and Russia to Build Bridge Across Kerch Strait

Russian and Ukraine have agreed to construct a bridge across the Kerch Strait. The Ukrainian side has told that work on the project is expected to start in the nearest days. Prime Ministers of Ukraine and the RF have already given respective orders to Ministers of Transport of the two countries.
      The bridge across the Kerch Strait, located between the Crimea and the Krasnodar Region, was built in 1944 but less than in a year it was destroyed by winter storms. The issue of building a new bridge has been discussed since the 90`s and in 2003 the Kerch Strait turned to be in the centre of disputes between Russia and Ukraine. Ukraine accused Russia of infringement upon its territory. Later the disputes were settled down by signing an agreement making the Kerch Strait joint domestic waters of the two countries.
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