Hundreds of cars and public transport have got stuck in kilometer-long traffic jams on the main streets of Russia-occupied Simferopol.
The hugest traffic tie-ups are at the intersection of Sevastopolskaya St. and Dmitry Ulyanov St., according to "Crimean News." The traffic movement at Proletarian St. also has led to a large congestion.
A huge jam is at Rosa Luxemburg St. where passengers are disembarked at a bus stop "Hotel Ukraina."
The Crimean pseudo-authorities have blocked the center of the city of Simferopol due to the celebration of the second anniversary of the so-called "Crimean Spring” that resulted in Russia’s annexation of Crimea, which is Ukraine’s territory.
As QHA reported earlier, Moscow is to celebrate the capture of Ukrainian peninsula on March, 18.
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