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Khabarovsk Territory asked to open the sky for the export of Russians from Korea

Khabarovsk Territory asked to open the sky for the export of Russians from Korea
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The authorities of the Khabarovsk Territory sent a letter to the head of the working group on the fight against coronavirus in the State Council, Sergei Sobyanin, asking them to open the sky for the export of Russians from South Korea. There remain 128 people from Primorye, Khabarovsk Territory, Sakhalin, Buryatia and other regions of the Far East.

According to the regional government, Aurora Airlines is already preparing three sides for the export of tourists to Sakhalin, Primorye and the Khabarovsk Territory. After returning to their homeland, the Far East will have to go through 14-day quarantine in observatories. In Khabarovsk, residents of Buryatia and some other regions of the Far Eastern Federal District will remain in quarantine.

The Russians cannot return home from South Korea, since the Federal Air Transport Agency said on April 3 that the permission for flights for the export of Russians from abroad was suspended in order to prevent the spread of coronavirus. Later, Deputy Prime Minister Tatyana Golikova said that the removal of citizens from abroad was suspended for a couple of days to compile accurate lists of tourists who need to be sent home.

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