On Tuesday, July 7, the Russian occupiers opened vehicular traffic from the Russian mainland to the annexed Crimea. The water supply to the occupied peninsula has also allegedly been resumed.
This was announced by Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu, RIA Novosti reports.
"Motor traffic from the territory of Russia through the mainland to Crimea has been opened. The unimpeded water supply through the North Crimean channel to the Crimean peninsula has been resumed," he said.
According to him, allegedly, "the restoration of transport infrastructure and water supply creates favorable conditions for the development of the agro-industrial complex in the liberated territories."
Shoigu also added that the Russian Federation plans to "resume" rail traffic between Russia, Donbas, Ukraine and Crimea at six sections.