Ukraine, Romania to build 261-metre bridge across Tysa River
The governments of Ukraine and Romania have signed an agreement on the construction of a 261-metre bridge across the Tysa (Tisza) River, deputy head of the Zakarpattia regional military administration Myroslav Biletskyi said.
The bridge will connect the settlements of Bila Tserkva in Ukraine and Sighetu Marmației in Romania as part of an entry-and-exit checkpoint.
Romania has already started construction work on its side.
The bridge is expected to be completed by the end of next year.