Several thoroughfares closed to traffic due to the dress rehearsal for the OSCE Summit

Traffic, cars / Photo: "Sloboden Pechat" - Dragan Mitreski

Several traffic roads in Skopje will be closed today as part of the general rehearsal on the eve of the 20th OSCE Ministerial Council, which will be held from Wednesday to Friday at the "Boris Trajkovski" Sports and Recreation Center.

The Ministry of Interior informs that "Ilinden" boulevard will be closed to traffic from the intersection with "Sv. Kliment Ohridski" boulevard to the intersection with "Ljubljanska" street, as well as "8-mi Septemvri" boulevard from the intersection with "Skupi" street. to the intersection with "Partizanski Odredi" boulevard.

Due to the general rehearsal and the closure of several roads, in the period from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m., buses numbered 7, 8, 15, 15A, 18, 19, 21A, 26, 29, 59, and 118 will have a modified timetable.

Lines 8 and 15A, instead of along "Ilinden" boulevard, will continue along "Partizanski Odeschi" boulevard.

Lines 7, 15, 19, 26, 29 and 59 – instead of the end terminals in Karposh 3 and Karposh 4, they will continue along the boulevard "Partizanski Odshidi", to the right along the street "Nikola Parapunov" (old television) from where they will immediately continue to the right along "Ilinden" boulevard, then right along "Ljubljanska" street, then with a left turn you will continue along "Partizanski Odeschi" boulevard

Lines 18, 21A and 118 - from "Krste Petkov Misirkov" boulevard will continue straight to Bit Pazar, then along "Nikola Karev" boulevard (Plasticharska street) and from Momin potok they will continue on their own regular routes to the final stops.

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