A temporary bridge from Taman on the Russian mainland to Tuzla Island on the Crimean peninsula was opened in the Kerch Strait, Friday, marking a major first step in connecting Crimea to Russia. Russia's Deputy Prime Minister Dmitri Kozak and Crimean Prime Minister Sergei Aksyonov were both present at the opening. The first part of the bridge spans a length of 1,207 meters (3,959 ft) with 58 pillars placed at depths varying from 35 to 56 meters (114 to 183 ft). Aksyonov confirmed that 4,000 workers from Krasnodar and 150 more from Crimea are involved in the construction of the bridge. The temporary construction is one of three aimed at enabling fluid traffic between the peninsula and mainland Russia, until a permanent structure is realised.
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