Ukrainian Prime Minister Mykola Azarov inspected reconstruction of the transport interchange at the Poshtova Square and approved opening of traffic along the I-st part of a new tunnel from the Naberezhna Khreshchatycka Street to the Naberezhne Shosse Street. As ForUm correspondent reports, Azarov said that the second part of the tunnel will be opened on the Day of Kyiv's liberation from the Nazis, marked on November 6.

"So we’ll completely eliminate traffic jams in this direction," he said.

Azarov stressed that construction of the road will provide a continuous passage from the Stolychne highway on the outskirts of Kyiv to another outskirts of Kyiv - Obolon.

At the same time Azarov noted that financing was prevented with blocking of the Kyiv City Council and the opposition which "virtually all of the past three years has been blocking the adoption of the most important decisions that might allow attracting financial resources to the city".

"The government has to intervene constantly, to find the resources to provide financing of urban construction projects, at a time when Kyiv can find resources itself," PM complained.


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