Moscow, February 3rd The Russian Prime Minister’s Information Office announced that Russian Prime Minister Mishustin has signed a document that Russia will resume international flights with Azerbaijan and Armenia from February 15th based on the principle of mutuality.
According to the source, the flight from Moscow to Baku, Azerbaijan, is two times a week, and the flight from Moscow to Yerevan, Armenia, is Thursday.
According to the source, from February 8, the number of flights from Moscow to Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan
Will be increased from Monday to Wednesday, and the number of flights from Moscow to Minsk
Belarus, will be increased from Wednesday to Friday.
In addition, Russia will resume passenger rail transportation between Russia and Belarus from February 8.
In late March 2020, the Russian government issued an order to suspend all flights to other countries except for flights to and from some capitals in Moscow and charter flights to withdraw overseas Chinese.
Since August 2020, Russia has resumed flights with Turkey, Tanzania, Kazakhstan, South Korea and other countries.
According to Russian regulations, countries that resume flights with Russia should meet the conditions of no more than 40 people infected with COVID-19 per 100,000 people within 14 days
The average daily increase rate of confirmed cases of COVID-19 is less than 1%, and the virus transmission index (referring to the number of coronavirus patients infected before quarantine) is less than 1.
According to the Russian COVID-19 Prevention and Control Headquarters on the 3rd, 16,474 new cases of COVID-19 infection have been added in Russia in the past day, with a cumulative number of more than 3.901 million infected people.