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MOSCOW, February 28. /ITAR-TASS/. Russia and Ukraine have re-opened a ferry crossing between the two banks of the Strait of Kerch. The Russian Federal Agency for the Development of State Border Facilities said on Friday that the crossing was operating normally.
Ferries that carry passengers, transport vehicles, cargoes, goods and animals in both directions resumed operation on February 28.
A maritime checkpoint at Kavkaz port which links Russia with Ukraine is also operating as usual.
All ferry traffic between the Krym (Crimea) port in Ukraine and the Kavkaz (Caucasus) port in Russia was suspended until further notice a day earlier, on February 27, the agency’s press service went on to say.
All road checkpoints located in Russia’s Rostov region on the border with Ukraine are also operating normally without jams or queues.