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Money for the construction of a bridge in Yakutia will not go to projects in the Crimea

Deputy Minister of Transport of the Russian Federation Sergey Aristov said that the project for the construction of a road bridge across the Lena River in Yakutia worth 38,94 billion rubles has not been canceled due to the need to finance projects in Crimea, Interfax writes on May 30. “There is no cancellation, there is a consideration of the start time,” added Aristov.

Earlier, Dmitry Medvedev promised to find money for the Crimea, including through the abandonment of the construction of a bridge across the Lena or the development of the port of Taman.

A large-scale project for the construction of a road bridge across Lena in the Yakutsk region should be implemented during 6 years in accordance with an order of the RF Government of 2 in April 2013. The total length of the bridge will be 21,18 thousand meters (the length of the automobile bridge - 3,181 thousand meters, road approaches to the bridge - 18 thousand meters).

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