Russians will soon be able to travel to Crimea via Ukraine, parliamentarian says

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SIMFEROPOL, March 16 – RIA Novosti. The head of the Crimean parliament, Vladimir Konstantinov, believes that the time is not far off when Russian tourists will be able to travel by rail to Crimea through the territory of Ukraine.
Earlier, he announced plans to completely restore all the railway lines that once connected Crimea and the Kherson region of Ukraine and were destroyed by the Ukrainian side.

“I am sure that the time is not far off when we will travel to Moscow and St. Petersburg not around the Sea of ​​​​Azov, but through Zaporozhye and Kharkov. The main streams of tourists will go to Crimea along the same route. This is a more familiar and shorter route. All that remains is to finally denazify it” , Konstantinov said in an interview with RIA Novosti.

Ukraine at the end of December 2014 unilaterally stopped the movement of buses and trains across the border with Crimea. Kyiv said that this is a forced but temporary measure. Later, the movement of freight transport through the border points was stopped, the movement of cars continued.
On February 21, Russian President Vladimir Putin, in response to requests from the Donbass republics and after an appeal from State Duma deputies, signed Decrees recognizing the sovereignty of the LPR and DPR. On the morning of February 24, Russia launched a military special operation to demilitarize Ukraine. Putin called its goal “the protection of people who have been subjected to bullying and genocide by the Kiev regime for eight years.”
According to the Ministry of Defense, the armed forces strike only at military infrastructure and Ukrainian troops.

Crimea will restore all railway lines with Ukraine

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