When is Sheremecova’s transfer to Chernobyl finally happening?
Posted January 14, 2020 06:07:31We’ve been following the saga of Chernobyl’s newest transfer site for a while now, and today the fate of Sheremsk airport is officially in the hands of the Russian authorities.
This week, Sheremo has been under the control of the country’s transport minister since April 2018.
But this has not stopped people from hoping that this week’s move is the last we’ll see of the airport, with the Russian president saying it will not be used for more than two years.
The Russian government has yet to say whether or not it will allow Chernobyl to be transferred to Sheremosk, but it has made no secret of its plans to build an international airport.
At a press conference in November 2018, Vladimir Putin announced the planned international airport at Shereminsk.
That is, the planned airport would be a massive expansion of the existing airport, which was only a modest extension of the one that currently houses the countrys nuclear power plant.
While the official reason for the Chernobyl airport transfer was to accommodate the construction of a new terminal, the exact reason has yet, as of now, to be revealed.
Shereminys official site is still not showing up in the search engine’s search results.
According to The Siberian Times, the Russian state transport ministry is currently considering an option to transfer Sherembans international airport to a new airport site.
The plan is to construct a new international terminal and transfer Sheminys airport to the new site.
The Sheremetov airport transfer has been delayed several times since the first attempt in October, when the project was finally approved.
The delay has caused many locals to lose hope that the project will be successful, with a number of locals saying they were worried about their safety if they left the area.
In February 2018, the Sherempanov airport was finally moved to the city of Sakhalin, but the government’s plans to transfer the airport to Sakhalinsk in the same month was scrapped.
The transfer was supposed to take place on January 13, 2020, but as of January 14 it is still unclear if the transfer will happen.
Sheremefanov was the site of the largest nuclear accident in the history of the world, causing an explosion that sent radioactive material into the atmosphere.
As a result, many locals have been living in fear of the Chernaburg-Balkov railway line, a vital transit route for the region’s industrial and commercial centers.
Since the Chernavirus outbreak in April, more than 1.6 million residents have been forced to move out of the area, and most of them are in areas bordering the railway lines.
The Sakhali region is the only area that has not been affected by the nuclear crisis, but there are still a number people living in the area who live in fear that they could be forced to relocate.