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Russia resumed flights to transport its citizens

Russia resumed flights to transport its citizens
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Since April 6, Russia has resumed flights in order to take its citizens from abroad. This is reported by the Government Coordinating Council on countering the spread of new coronavirus infection.

On Monday, Ural Airlines took the Russians out of Bishkek to Yekaterinburg, and Ikar delivered passengers from Dhaka to Nizhny Novgorod. Information about the following flights will be posted on the websites of stopkoronavirus.ru and gosuslugi.ru.

The authorities of the Khabarovsk Territory previously asked the federal center to open the sky to to bring from Seoul residents of the Far East. The first plane was ready to go after them on the night of April 7.

The Russians could not return home from abroad, since the Federal Air Transport Agency on April 3 said that the validity of the permits for flights for export was suspended. 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.

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