Russian tourists will be able to come to Crimea through the territory of Ukraine, which was announced on March 16 by the head of the Crimean parliament Vladimir Konstantinov.
According to Konstantinov, the time will soon come when it will be possible to come to Moscow and St. Petersburg without going around the Sea of Azov, but through Zaporozhye or Kharkov.
“The main streams of vacationers will go to Crimea in the same way,” he said.
He also added that for the first time, the republic could become a transit territory between the Caucasus and the ports of the Northern Black Sea region.
On the same day, Konstantinov said that the economic relations of Crimea with the Kherson region of Ukraine, which came under the control of the Russian Armed Forces, are being resumed and will continue to grow. The parliamentarian clarified that Crimea is currently providing humanitarian assistance to the Ukrainian region, which is only the beginning of the denazification of the territory.
In addition, he announced that all railway lines that once connected Crimea and Kherson region and were destroyed by the Ukrainian side would be fully restored.