The buses will travel to Armenia three times a week

Moscow authorities have launched the first official bus route from the Russian capital to Yerevan, the capital of Armenia, according to the official website of the mayor of Moscow. The buses will travel to Armenia three times a week: on Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays from the bus station South Gate in Moscow.

According to the website, the official route between the two capitals should provide passengers with fast, frequent and maximally safe trips from Moscow to Yerevan.

The South Gate bus terminal in Moscow is equipped with inspection zones, metal detectors and a video surveillance system. Particular attention is paid to the technical condition of buses and pre-trip medical examination of drivers.

Earlier, the Armenian deputy minister of transport, communications and information technology Aram Arsenyan said that all buses that will transport passengers from Armenia to Russia will have to set out only from bus terminals.  He urged the citizens to buy tickets only at ticket offices at bus terminals and use the services of companies operating regular passenger travels, as they are safe. 

The ministry had earlier announced a tender for 12 regular routes to Russia and chose 11 companies of 20 companies that took part in the competition.

Source: arka.am

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