Head of the Ministry of Transport: Kaliningrad region will not be in a transport blockade


Lithuania's unfriendly actions will not lead to the fact that the Kaliningrad region will be in a transport blockade, cut off from the rest of Russia. The head of the Ministry of Transport of the Russian Federation Vitaly Savelyev spoke about this during his communication at the All-Russian Youth Educational Summer Forum "Territory of Meanings" in the Moscow region.


The functionary noted that the Russian Foreign Ministry is currently trying to find a diplomatic way to solve the problem of delivering sectional cargo to the Russian semi-exclave or exporting it to other regions of the Russian Federation.

And I think that the common sense of the European Union, of course, will somehow overcome the problem. But we don't wait for that decision

Saveliev explained.

He assured that everything would be in order with the message from the Kaliningrad region. According to him, the local port of Baltiysk is connected with the port of Ust-Luga in the Leningrad region. Four vessels will operate on this sea ferry line from September. Moreover, the General Chernyakhovsky ferry of the CNF19M project is 99% ready.

Kaliningrad is not under blockade. We are following this very carefully and so far we are providing sea, but to abandon the railway is completely, in my opinion, counterproductive ...

- summed up the minister.

It should be noted that in September, the dual-fuel (diesel or LNG) car-rail ferry General Chernyakhovsky, which is being built at the Nevsky Shipbuilding and Ship Repair Plant in Shlisselburg together with the Turkish shipyard Kuzey Star Shipyard for FSUE "Rosmorport". This will be the second vessel of this series, the first - Marshal Rokossovsky - was handed over to the customer in the fall of 2021. Now the cargo ferries Ambal and Baltiysk are also operating on this line. We remind you that on June 18 Vilnius introduced a ban for the transportation through Lithuanian territory of goods that are on the EU sanctions list.
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  1. Dukhskrepny Offline Dukhskrepny
    Dukhskrepny (Vasya) 9 July 2022 21: 22
    +2
    Four ferries are minuscule. Another good mine in a bad game
  2. Krapilin Offline Krapilin
    Krapilin (Victor) 9 July 2022 21: 23
    +1
    But who would have doubted! ... - on the sea, you don’t need asphalt or rails.
    And then there is one author, a “generalist”, who breaks through everything with the language of the “Suwalki corridor” ...
    1. Michael L. Offline Michael L.
      Michael L. 10 July 2022 09: 27
      0
      With the accession of Sweden and Finland to NATO, the Baltic Sea becomes the inland sea of ​​the Alliance.
      Unlikely(?), but they can also block sea routes!
  3. Ulysses Offline Ulysses
    Ulysses (Alexey) 9 July 2022 21: 53
    +3
    He assured that everything would be in order with the message from the Kaliningrad region. According to him, the local port of Baltiysk is connected with the port of Ust-Luga in the Leningrad region. Four vessels will operate on this sea ferry line from September.

    Apparently, there is no one to tell the fool that four ferries of modest displacement to provide the region are of no use at all, and in Baltiysk is not a port, but a naval base of the DKBF with a single berth allocated for civilian ferries ..

    About two full-fledged (with all the infrastructure) ports in Kaliningrad itself, he apparently does not even know .. belay

    Sadness ..
  4. zloybond Offline zloybond
    zloybond (steppenwolf) 9 July 2022 22: 50
    +1
    In general, the soothing conversations of people far from the earth are just a curtain. I heard in conversations that the shops are empty in a sense. Again, rumors(?). request So it would be right to see NOT specially prepared speeches, but comments of real people living in Kaliningrad and the Region, how things really are. And about the fact that we are watching and observing - somehow - a conversation about this and that ....
  5. Expert_Analyst_Forecaster 10 July 2022 04: 52
    +1
    Impose sanctions against Lithuania. And block the impudent ones from the sea.
    We have a fleet, but for some reason it is never used.
    Bring the situation to conflict. Let them smell gunpowder.
    Maybe it will sober them up. If not, then what to pull, then? You need to protect your interests, and not chew snot. Protect if necessary - by force of arms.

    Tolerating and bearing economic losses is a very weak strategy.
    Better spend on rockets than give them to thieves.
    1. Expert_Analyst_Forecaster 10 July 2022 05: 23
      0
      give them = give money.
  6. Expert_Analyst_Forecaster 10 July 2022 05: 00
    +2
    I have a question: where and when has the Navy been used for its intended purpose over the past 30 years?
    Well, nuclear submarines - of course - this is our nuclear sword.
    And the rest of the fleet. Why is it needed? As a cargo? Or is it a show-off? Like, we have a fleet and it is prestigious (albeit very expensive).
  7. Teacher Offline Teacher
    Teacher (Wise) 10 July 2022 08: 29
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    Quote: Expert_Analyst_Forecaster
    I have a question: where and when has the Navy been used for its intended purpose over the past 30 years?

    At Navy parades, for example. Beautiful. White tunic, boots, cap ribbons, wow! The President is again on a white boat.
    In fact, absolute zero. The Defender wanted to pass in the territorial waters near the Crimea and passed. Also Americans in Peter the Great Bay. None of them were even scared. They completed the task of demonstrating their flag and calmly left. There is no need to talk about the fiasco of the Black Sea Fleet of the Russian Federation during the NWO.
    Already today (see marinetraffic) ships have gone to the mouth of the Danube to Ukrainian ports. Do you doubt that there are industrial batches of Western weapons? Check it out, how? Any ship of the Black Sea Fleet will be immediately sunk!
    Western anti-ship missiles and artillery are in charge there. The snake is an example.
    Why was it allowed to bring long-range western artillery and anti-ship missiles to the Bessarabian part of the Odessa region, where the ONLY serviceable bridge in Mayaki leads? Many do not know that part of this route (15 km) runs through the territory of Moldova. So it goes! Moldova missed unhindered! Nobody talks about it - dear partners. Now, at the moment, the roads of Moldova are buzzing with tension, passing the goods of Ukraine.
    Now weapons will come in a powerful stream from the Danube ports. Not far off is the opening of Odessa seaports. And there are NATO ships. Turkey will miss - do not hesitate. A couple of planes loaded with dollars and Erdogan himself will control the movement of the NATO fleet in the Bosphorus with flags.
    Hello Odessa, Nikolaev.
    1. Expert_Analyst_Forecaster 10 July 2022 09: 13
      +2
      That's why I conclude. It is not necessary to spend money on building a fleet (submarines do not count), but to churn out a huge number of various missiles, launch more spy satellites.
      Then the cost of missiles will be much less, and the benefits will be many times greater than from investing in beautiful but useless boats.
      Pests offer huge resources to drown in the sea or ocean when we urgently need missiles and the means to guide them.
    2. Expert_Analyst_Forecaster 10 July 2022 09: 16
      -2
      Not far off is the opening of Odessa seaports. And there are NATO ships. Turkey will miss - do not hesitate. A couple of planes loaded with dollars and Erdogan himself will control the movement of the NATO fleet in the Bosphorus with flags.

      Hardly. Because NATO ships will be destroyed already during the passage through the Bosphorus.
      And Erdogan will wave flags in hell after Ankara burns down.
  8. kriten Offline kriten
    kriten (Vladimir) 10 July 2022 10: 27
    +1
    He's lying and doesn't blush... State. the official is obliged to tell the truth, and not what is pleasant to hear in the Kremlin. Because of this, a lot of things have already been screwed up.