Some Roads in Armenia are Cosed and Difficult to Pass
According to the Ministry of ES of RA on February 10 by 13:00 some roads in Armenia are closed and difficult to pass.
Vardenyats Pass and the roadways leading to Amberd fortress and lake Kari of Aragatsotn province are closed.
Saravan-"Zanger" (snowstorm), Chayni turns (snowstorm), Jermuk-Gndevaz (snowstorm), Sotk-Karvachar, as well as the intercommunity roadways of Aparan and Aragats regions of Aragatsotn province are difficult to pass.
Black ice is formed in some places on the roadways of Kotayk, Gegarkunik, Lori, Shirak and Syunik provinces.
According to the information provided by the Department of Emergency Situations of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Georgia and from the Department of Crisis Management Center of the Republic of North Ossetia of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of the Russian Federation Stepantsminda-Larsi highway is closed for all types of vehicles.
According to the information received from the Ministry of Emergency Situations of the Russian Federation, Republic of North Ossetia, there are 1098 vehicles - 950 trucks and 148 cars gathered on the Russian side.
Drivers are recommended to drive exclusively on winter tires.
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