Hundreds of Armenians stuck in Kazbegi-Upper Lars checkpoint in Georgia
Over 350 people, mainly citizens of Armenia, who are to enter Russia through Georgia, cannot pass Kazbegi-Upper Lars checkpoint because of bad weather conditions, Vzgliad reports quoting Rustavi-2 channel.
Citizens are in Dushetsi district, Georgia, provided with products. Armenian Embassy in Georgia representative will visit them as well. Storm, wind and fog cover the checkpoint. Majority of citizens head to Vladikavkaz, Russia. They will set out as soon as the weather improves, News.am reported.
Poor visibility, conditioned by incessant precipitations, does not allow anti-avalanche service to observe and destroy the most dangerous points, ITAR TASS reports.