He wrote about this on his page on Instagram.
“Yesterday, I invited the director of the Grand Service Express transport company Alexander Ganov to come to Sevastopol to discuss when we can start moving to Moscow. It was possible to agree that in the spring of next year a regular train will run from our city to the capital, ”the statement said.
Earlier it became known that more than 17 thousand tickets throughout Russia were sold for the first trains that will go from Moscow and St. Petersburg to the Crimea and back along the Kerch bridge.
Details are in the material RT.