Cottages in the "Kezenoy-Am" tourist complex. Photo by the press service of the "Kezenoy-Am" tourist complex

21 February 2019, 17:31

Ramzan Kadyrov: road to "Kezenoy-Am" tourist complex cleaned

The authorities of Chechnya reported cleaning roads from snow in the mountainous regions of Chechnya, but residents of the republic described rural roads as covered with snow and noted the traffic became impossible there.

On February 20, after a snowfall in the mountainous regions of Chechnya, visitors of the "Kezenoy-Am" tourist complex were cut off from the world, and local residents were advised by the authorities not to enter roads without any urgent need.

"The traffic to all the residential settlements of the Nozhai-Yurt, Vedeno, Sharoi, Shatoi, and Itum-Kala mountainous regions is restored. It was interrupted by heavy snowfall," reported Ramzan Kadyrov as quoted by the website of the Chechen government.

According to the leader of Chechnya, the road to the "Kezenoy-Am" tourist complex was covered with a two-meter layer of snow within a distance of 25 km.

The Chechen Ministry of Roads reported that starting from the evening on February 17, the road to the territory of the "Kezenoy-Am" tourist complex was partially blocked because of snow drifts.

Residents of the mountainous regions complained about the problems with movement in the villages. "The main roads are being cleaned, but the snow is not removed in the villages themselves. The snow layer reached 1.5 meter," said Sultan, a resident of the Vedeno District.

This article was originally published on the Russian page of 24/7 Internet agency ‘Caucasian Knot’ on February 21, 2019 at 11:58 am MSK. To access the full text of the article, click here.

Source: CK correspondent

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