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Armenia's highways mainly traversable as of Feb 19

Armenia's highways mainly traversable as of Feb 19

PanARMENIAN.Net - As of February 19, international and republican highways and road crossings are mainly traversable, with icy conditions observed on some of them, Emergency Situations Ministry reported.

Blizzard-like conditions with poor visibility and strong winds were reported on Aparan-Sisian, Yerevan-Gyumri highways.

Shirak and Aragatsotn highways were shut down over the blizzard, similarly to Simel pass, Berd-Chambarak, Verin-Getashen-Madina, Alagyaz-Tsakhkahovit highways. Works to clear the roads are under way.

According to Georgian Ministry of Emergency situations, Mtskheta-Stepantsminda-Lars highway was also shut down.

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