Balance: food supply to Kherson was previously diverted via Donbass
MOSCOW, October 8 – RIA Novosti. The emergency at the Crimean bridge will not affect the supply of food, medicine and fuel in the Kherson region, deliveries to the region were previously diverted to routes through the Donbass, reported Acting District Governor Vladimir Saldo.
“They are already quite actively used. By the way, not only for the delivery of products and goods specifically to the Kherson region. Wholesale Kherson markets are operating, where Kherson farmers export their products both to Rostov and further to other regions of the Russian Federation)” – Saldo said on the broadcast of the Russian 24 TV channel, in response to the question of whether it is necessary to redirect the supply of goods, against the backdrop of the state of emergency on the Crimean bridge. To the Kherson region on the route through the new regions.
According to him, the state of emergency on the Crimean bridge will not affect the assortment of crops and medicines in the Kherson region. “Everything sounds smooth,” Saldo said.
“The fuel stock in the Kherson region is sufficient for a long time, it is delivered every day,” he said.
The National Counter-Terrorism Committee (NAC) reported that a truck exploded on the Krymsky Bridge on Saturday morning, causing fires in seven fuel tanks of the train. Partial collapse occurred in the two car openings of the bridge. NAC said the arch over the navigable portion of the bridge was undamaged. According to preliminary data of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation, three people died as a result of the explosion. The Ministry of Transport of the Russian Federation has guaranteed that the entire volume of passenger and cargo transport in the direction of Crimea will be provided.
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