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SIMFEROPOL, March 30, /ITAR-TASS/. Shift to Moscow time in the Russian Republic of Crimea did not disrupt passenger and freight train traffic, acting head of Crimean railway operator Andrey Karakulkin told Itar-Tass on Sunday.
“Transition of time will not hamper passenger and freight train traffic,” he said.
“Train traffic was not broken, passengers did not feel any discomfort,” Karakulkin said, noting that everybody was informed about time shift beforehand.
The clock on a tower of a railway station in the Crimean capital city of Simferopol was moved two hours forward at 10pm local time on Saturday. So, midnight set in Moscow and Crimea at the same time.