LMX_40.9 | Face Mask
Produced in Collaboration with the Ukraine-Moldova Working Group on Proposed Yampil-Koseuts Bridge on the Occasion of the 2nd Transnational Infrastructure Conference, April 14th 2022, Odessa Ukraine.
Red, yellow and blue complex textured face-mask is composed of knurled winding parts entwined over a slim base.
Made of a flexible plastic material with adjustable ear-straps. Fitted with a replaceable filter insert.
This mask can be worn alone with the included filter, or layered over a traditional surgical or fabric mask. Pull the ear tabs to secure the mask to your face.
These masks are 3D printed individually in TPU plastic. Disinfected and sealed for shipping. Includes a preinstalled filter.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Q: Why develop the highway extension and bridge specifically between Yampil and Cosuati?
A: The Yampil-Cosauti represents a productive nexus between the Moldovan and Ukrainian highways. As the linked report shows, traffic data demonstrates an underutilized zone of recent road development, creating an ideal transit corridor in terms of current and expected use.
Q: Why does a second water crossing strengthen potential trade between partner countries?
A: The proposed bridge would not merely expedite and increase efficiency of iron and steel exports from Urkaine and Medical exports form Moldova, but serve as a productive catalyst for the recently bolstered Free Trade Agreement that puts pan-Euro-Mediterranean economic cooperation as the vanguard implement uniting Ukraine and Moldova on a shared path to EU membership. This pledge strengthens the commitment to a pan-national industry standard of production favoring member state parts and components. Truly innovative materials and excellent quality commodities come from such a commitment, which also serves to strengthen a shared transition to an ever more EU-centric economy.
A: what does a new bridge do for an average citizen? Not merely an industrialist or importer/exporter?
Q: The proposed Yampol-Kasauti bridge will cut transit time between Chisinau and Kyiv to merely 5 hours by car. What’s more, the project includes a commitment by both partner nations to improve highways and complete several much desired extensions and re-pavements that will increase quality of life for all commuters and travelers in the immediate area. Inter state tourism and trade will be vitalized, providing a cultural and economic boon to many citizens.
A: Why not the proposed ferry as a border crossing?
B: While ferries are effective transit points in certain situations, the development study committee strongly believes that a more ambitious project will net many beneficial results in the years to come. As discussed in the presentation (see slide 6, diagram 6.2) the productive potential of a bridge, when utilized to even a marginal degree far outstrips ferry access, which can have negative outcomes in several potential situations where a transit lock or slowdown can discourage key investments in efficient cross border manufacture and supply.
Q: Why not work with the European Union and seek funding outside the two partner nations, as in 2001 with the Gura Bicului Bridge?
A: Developmental EU funding of ‘conflict bridges’ creates potential pit falls in productive use. Studies done by Ukravatodor show how empirically that highway development suited to industrial and trade capacities only full actualized post-2007 can only be fully serviced by innovative road/bridge placement, rather than the task of reconstruction, memorial or recovery.
This is not a medical device.
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