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Kamchatka residents stuck in Thailand will be delivered home by direct flight

Kamchatka residents stuck in Thailand will be delivered home by direct flight
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Residents of Kamchatka who are stuck in Thailand at the end of March will be delivered to Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky by direct flight. Preliminary departure is scheduled for April 25.

The Governor of the Kamchatka Territory, Vladimir Solodov, announced in his Telegram channel that work is underway to fill in applications for pre-registration for the flight. He admitted that there are some technical glitches, but they are being resolved.

The flight is expected to arrive on Saturday, April 25th. All passengers will have to undergo a mandatory observation within two weeks.

Residents evade evacuation to their homeland other Far Eastern regions: Khabarovsk Territory, Sakhalin. So far, only the authorities of Kamchatka are reporting the nearest flights and Primorye.
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