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Russian engineers built a bridge over the Euphrates

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Russian military engineers built a road bridge over the Euphrates in the province of Deir Ez-Zor, reports RIA News.


Russian engineers built a bridge over the Euphrates


Difficult conditions during diving operations in conditions of limited visibility, strong currents have become a feature in the construction of this bridge. During the construction, classes were held with specialists from the Syrian side, and now we are giving them the bridge into operation. They know what this structure is and how to exploit it,
told the head of the road service of the Department of transport support of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation Vladimir Buravtsev.

The construction was carried out by the 462-th separate bridge battalion of the road troops of the Russian Federation with the involvement of Russian divers.

The bridge width is 6,5 m, of which 4,2 m is a roadway, and 2,3 m is a pedestrian crossing. It is reported that earlier on this section of the river there was a ferry that could not cope with the traffic.

Thanks to our friends from Russia who built this bridge, before crossing did not meet the needs of the people. Now, residents can bring food and everything necessary for life,
the agency quotes the chairman of the security committee of the province of Deir ez-Zor Jozef Shelpi.

The Syrian authorities did not dismantle the crossing, leaving it as a backup means of transporting goods.
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  1. Dormidont
    Dormidont April 11 2018 12: 07
    +3
    So that our Western and Middle Eastern partners bombed him
    1. siberalt
      siberalt April 11 2018 12: 33
      +1
      If Syria is the oldest state in the world, then why didn’t it learn how to build bridges at home? winked
    2. Wolverine
      Wolverine April 11 2018 12: 37
      +3
      Officially warn the US that the bridge is Russian and our engineers serve it and that's it. Business then. stop
  2. Alexander Romanov
    Alexander Romanov April 11 2018 12: 07
    +2
    This is where the ax will arrive. I give 100%
    1. Nasrat
      Nasrat April 11 2018 12: 12
      +11
      What kind of hatchet ... don’t tell, all the western allies have already turned on the back ..

      A bridge for the "partisans" .... wassat

      On March 30, a moving convoy of the US military was blown up on the Abyad-Khasak road, two of the 6 jeeps were destroyed, 6 were killed, and 8 were injured.

      On the same day, a convoy of jeeps was shot from heavy machine guns on the road from Minbij to Rakka, 15 people were killed.

      On April 1, 4 people entered the settlement of Al-Shaddadi, where the Americans are based at night, and throwing grenades into several houses killed 8 soldiers and 10 wounded.

      On April 2, partisans fired Grad rockets at a US base located in the Raqqi region, the death toll was not announced.

      On April 4, a convoy of senior US military personnel was attacked in northeastern Syria. No casualties reported.

      On April 7, a missile strike was launched at a US base in northern Raqqa, with no deaths reported.
      1. Thunderbolt
        Thunderbolt April 11 2018 12: 33
        +1
        The hatchet, not the hatchet, but the bridge is strategic and it would not hurt to cover the crossing with an armor.
    2. Professor
      Professor April 11 2018 12: 48
      0
      Quote: Alexander Romanov
      This is where the ax will arrive. I give 100%

      What for? Like last time they will open the dam and wash away the bridge to the hell.
      1. A. Privalov
        A. Privalov April 11 2018 13: 53
        +3
        Quote: Professor
        Quote: Alexander Romanov
        This is where the ax will arrive. I give 100%

        What for? Like last time they will open the dam and wash away the bridge to the hell.

        Not, this time, stronger built. These are good guys from Kashira. The former 17 bridge team - 53828 military unit. They sent the hundredth separate bridge battalion in 2006 to Lebanon — they sent bridges to rebuild — those that we wrecked during the Second Lebanon. All of them were then very coolly awarded orders and medals and ... dispersed. Installers and ponchiki fell under reduction, bridgework left. Now it is the 462 th separate bridge battalion of the 36194 military unit. hi
        1. Professor
          Professor April 11 2018 13: 58
          +1
          Quote: A. Privalov
          Not, this time, built stronger.

          When the gates are opened on the dam, not a single pontoon bridge can stand it. The shutter button (or whatever it is correctly called in Russian) is in the hands of Washington's allies.
          1. Nasrat
            Nasrat April 11 2018 14: 03
            +2
            Quote: Professor
            Quote: A. Privalov
            Not, this time, built stronger.

            When the gates are opened on the dam, not a single pontoon bridge can stand it. The shutter button (or whatever it is correctly called in Russian) is in the hands of Washington's allies.

            The situation has changed a little ... the allies, if not fools, will not touch the button ... or they can press the button from the shutters .. one, last, one time bully .
          2. A. Privalov
            A. Privalov April 11 2018 15: 18
            +1
            This is not pontoon, but low water. So maybe it will stand.
            1. Professor
              Professor April 11 2018 18: 55
              +1
              Quote: A. Privalov
              This is not pontoon, but low water. So maybe it will stand.

              It is worth while the Americans do not oppose this. And the wave, if they wish, will wash away such a bridge.
              1. ICT
                ICT April 11 2018 22: 26
                +1
                the same one was
      2. abrakadabre
        abrakadabre April 12 2018 10: 55
        0
        What for? Like last time they will open the dam and wash away the bridge to the hell.
        He is a pontoon. It is enough to disconnect the pontoons from one side and it will simply turn and beat to the fixed side of the shore. And as the water comes down, put the tug in place. And this, often dumping reservoirs - you will sweat and then fill them.
  3. _Ugene_
    _Ugene_ April 11 2018 12: 09
    +2
    and the Americans will demolish it tomahawks and we can’t do anything about it
  4. Fedor egoist
    Fedor egoist April 11 2018 12: 19
    +1
    Quote: Quote from the post
    Before the crossing did not satisfy the needs of people. Now residents can bring food and everything necessary for life,

    for example, tanks, infantry fighting vehicles, MLRS, and other things useful in the household))
  5. Wolf47525
    Wolf47525 April 11 2018 12: 21
    +1
    AGAIN? Is this already in a row?
    1. 72jora72
      72jora72 April 11 2018 12: 40
      +1
      AGAIN? Is this already in a row?
      So what, enlighten us?
      1. Wolf47525
        Wolf47525 April 11 2018 13: 01
        +2
        I ASKED FIRST.
        1. ICT
          ICT April 11 2018 22: 26
          +1
          fluoride .................
          1. Wolf47525
            Wolf47525 April 12 2018 07: 22
            +1
            Thanks for the information.
  6. Dwarf with nose
    Dwarf with nose April 11 2018 12: 23
    +3
    Cover up wink important bridge
    1. Vadim Zhivov
      Vadim Zhivov April 11 2018 12: 29
      +3
      Someone is building covers, but the monkeys just to shoot ...
  7. 8200
    8200 April 11 2018 12: 28
    +5
    So that they build in Russia so quickly
    1. Thunderbolt
      Thunderbolt April 11 2018 12: 37
      +2
      Quote: 8200
      So that they build in Russia so quickly

      So not a war, but where to rush ... laughing
      Military engineers are only quickly accustomed to erect crossings; they have a standard.
      The most complicated Crimean bridge was built quite quickly, which means civilians can, if they want to.
      1. abrakadabre
        abrakadabre April 12 2018 10: 58
        0
        The most complicated Crimean bridge was built quite quickly, which means civilians can, if they want to.
        In order for civilians to start building as military men, they must be put in wartime conditions, and this is not such a simple event. One decree is not enough.
  8. Radikal
    Radikal April 11 2018 13: 22
    0
    Russian engineers built a bridge over the Euphrates
    And the air defense forces covered him? winked
  9. Warrior Hamilton
    Warrior Hamilton April 11 2018 16: 21
    +1
    Quote: Wolverine
    If Syria is the oldest state in the world, then why didn’t it learn how to build bridges at home? winked

    At that time, only the seas were digging, and building bridges was considered a shameful thing bully
  10. Turgon
    Turgon April 12 2018 06: 49
    0
    What will we wait until the “enemies burn their home hut” and destroy the next bridge?