Bridge on Kur River opens after reconstruction of Armenian-Georgian border

The bridge on the Kur River opened along the Georgian-Armenian border.

As Georgia’s Economic Development Ministry said, the bridge has been completely rebuilt, with asphalt concrete laid and road signs installed.

The length of the bridge is 138 meters. “The restoration of the roads and bridge will allow tourists to travel comfortably from Ahaltsihe to the ancient cave city Dusheti. The road and bridge also link Georgia with Armenia,” the ministry said.

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