On November 29, local time, the Russian Ministry of Transport reported that 29 trains delayed due to storms on the Black Sea coast had resumed normal operation, but shipping restrictions were still in place at seaports.

The report stated that eight long-distance trains were delayed along the Black Sea coast, with delays ranging from 14 minutes to 2 hours. The transportation department took measures to strengthen the coastline on the evening of the 28th to resist the impact of waves.

The report stated that Moscow’s Sheremetyevo, Domodedovo, Vnukovo and Zhukovsky airports, as well as St. Petersburg’s Pulkovo Airport, are operating normally and there are no flight delays due to weather reasons. There were no weather-related flight cancellations to or from the Black Sea resort of Sochi in the past 24 hours.

According to the report, unfavorable hydrometeorological conditions continue to exist in the Black Sea region. Until the weather improves, shipping restrictions are still in place at seaports along the Black Sea coast, and ship and rail ferry services are suspended at the Kerch ferry.