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In Yakutia, a new section of the Amga highway was introduced

On the "Amga" highway, which is supposed to connect Yakutia with the subjects of the Far East and the Asia-Pacific region, a ceremonial handover of the next section of construction took place. ...

The section of the Amga-Ust-May highway began to be built fifteen years ago, at the end of the 90-ies. the last century. Then a large construction began immediately in two directions - from the river. Amgi in the direction of the Ust-Maysky ulus and towards the village of Ust-May towards Amga. For all these years road builders have paved more than 100 km of ground transport artery, 10 km of which was introduced this year.

The solemn handover of the construction site was attended by Ivan Gorokhov, Adviser to the General Director of the GKU "Administration of Highways of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia)" Vladimir Korotkevich, Director General of Sakha Roads CJSC, Valery Malyshev, Director of Amma Suol LLC Konstantin Sleptsov, Deputy Head of Amginsky Ulus MO for Construction Mikhail Artemiev, and road builders. According to Valery Malyshev, General Director of ZAO Roads Sakha, this year the weather was favorable and the work was completed ahead of schedule.

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