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Crimean 'government' decides to pass Russia Tuzla sandspit
23:58, 17 April 2018

Crimean 'government' decides to pass Russia Tuzla sandspit

The strip of land in the Black Sea became the disputed one in 2003, when Russia tried to build the dam from Tamansky peninsula; the attempt proved unsuccessful

23:58, 17 April 2018

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The 'Council of Ministers' of the annexed Crimea decided to pass Russia the land parcel at Tuzla sandspit.

According to RIA Novosti news agency, the total area makes 6,500 square kilometers, which will be used for the construction of the section of Kerch Bridge.   

'The Cabinet... ruled to gratuitously pass the 6.530 square kilometers-large land parcel from its republican property to the federal property. The land is supposed to be used for transport operations', the respective paper says.

The strip of land in the Black Sea became the disputed one in 2003, when Russia tried to build the dam from Tamansky peninsula; the attempt proved unsuccessful. 

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