Corridor for perishable goods will be opened from Kherson region to Crimea

The military-civil administration of the Kherson region announced that the corridor will be opened near the village of Chaplynka, cars carrying perishable products will pass through it

On the border of the Kherson region with the Crimea, a special corridor will be opened for trucks carrying perishable products, a representative of the Kherson military-civil administration (VGA) said, TASS reports.

“An indulgence is being made for trucks that travel from the Kherson region to the Crimea in order to let them through faster. <…> People are transporting perishable goods, such as strawberries <…> and cucumbers. <…> Therefore, they try to make indulgence for them,»,— he explained.

Kirill Stremousov, deputy head of the Kherson Regional State Administration, confirmed to Interfax that the authorities of Crimea and the region have agreed on the opening of a corridor in addition to the passenger one, which operates in the area of ​​the village of Kalanchak. The crossing will open near the village of Chaplynka. Road transport remains the main mode of trade for the Kherson region, Stremousov noted.

"We are now setting up the railway communication, trying to deal with the seaports",— he concluded.

Previously, RIA Novosti with reference to users in social networks, he reported that there are traffic jams on the border of the two regions. Before that, the press service of the Crimean customs told RBC that there were no problems with sending humanitarian and other goods across the border of the Republic of Crimea to the Kherson region.

The Russian Ministry of Defense reported on the capture of Kherson a few days after the start of the military operation in Ukraine. On March 15, control was established over the entire territory of the region. Later, a military-civilian administration was created there, and Stremousov was appointed deputy head at the end of April.

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