Ukraine is testing its first cross-Danube ferry this week.

Thursday, September 26, 2019
Ukraine is testing its first cross-Danube ferry this week.

Ukraine is testing its first cross-Danube ferry this week. The 500-meter crossing linking Orlivka, Odesa region and Isaccea, Romania will eliminate a 110 km, 2h15 drive through a corner of Moldova, and a ferry crossing in Romania. When regular ferry service starts in the coming weeks, Odesa region gains its first EU point of entry. The drive time from Odesa to Constanta, Romania will be cut to six hours.

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