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Tatyana Golikova held a meeting of the operational headquarters to prevent the importation and spread of a new coronavirus infection in Russia.

Based on the results of the discussion and taking into account the epidemiological situation in individual countries, it was decided to remove from August 27, 2021, restrictions on regular and irregular (charter) flights from Russian airports, from which international flights have been resumed, to the Dominican Republic, South Korea and the Czech Republic.

It was also decided to increase the number of regular flights on a reciprocal basis from August 27, 2021:

– to Hungary (on the routes Moscow – Budapest from 4 to 7 flights per week, Sochi – Budapest, Kazan – Budapest, Zhukovsky – Budapest, Yekaterinburg – Budapest, Krasnodar – Budapest, Rostov-on-Don – Budapest, Samara – Budapest with a frequency 1 flight per week on each route);

– to Egypt (on the routes Moscow – Hurghada, Moscow – Sharm el-Sheikh from 5 to 15 flights per week on each route, from Russian airports, from which international flights have been resumed, to Hurghada and Sharm el-Sheikh with a frequency of 1 flight per week on each route);

– to Cyprus (on the routes Moscow – Larnaca from 4 to 7 flights per week, Moscow – Paphos from 3 to 7 flights per week, from Russian airports, from which international flights have been resumed (except Moscow), to Larnaca and Paphos from 2 to 4 flights per week on each route);

– to Kyrgyzstan (on the routes Moscow – Bishkek from 3 to 7 flights a week, from Novosibirsk, Krasnoyarsk, Kazan, Yekaterinburg, Irkutsk, Grozny to Bishkek with a frequency of 1 flight to a week on each route);

– to Tajikistan (on the Moscow – Dushanbe route from 2 to 7 flights per week, from Russian airports, from which international flights have been resumed, to Dushanbe, Khujand and Kulyab with a frequency of 1 flight per week on each route).

At the same time, the operational headquarters decided to extend the current restrictions on air traffic with Tanzania until September 2, 2021, taking into account the difficult epidemiological situation in this country.

Also, from August 27, 2021, flights from the Surgut international airport to foreign countries will be resumed.

The operational headquarters recommends that citizens be vaccinated before flying to foreign countries to protect themselves from COVID-19.

EDITOR’S NOTE: This article is a translation. Apologies should the grammar and or sentence structure not be perfect.

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