Russia resumes regular air connections with Bulgaria and other countries

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Russia is resuming air services on a regular basis with a number of countries, including Italy, Cyprus, the Republic of Northern Macedonia, Belgium, Ireland, Bulgaria and Jordan. This was announced today by Russian Deputy Prime Minister Tatiana Golikova, who is responsible for the actions of the authorities in connection with the coronavirus crisis, TASS reported, quoted by BTA.

The information of the Russian agency does not specify the exact date, but the Russian-language version of Forbes magazine says that it is assumed that this may happen from June 28.

In addition, a decision was made to resume air communications with the United States on a regular basis, but in limited quantities, Golikova was quoted as saying by TASS.

Russia also plans to increase the number of flights to Greece, Armenia, Azerbaijan and Austria from June 28. Flights can be launched to Thessaloniki, Heraklion, Araxos, Rhodes, Corfu and Zakynthos in Greece.

Flights to Qatar, Finland, Croatia and Switzerland could also be increased.

Earlier today, it was announced that flights between Russia and Turkey would resume on June 22.



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