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Russian government lifts air restrictions on 52 countries | News

Since April 9, Russia has lifted the airline’s restrictions on flights to 52 states, including South Africa, Argentina, China, India and other allies. The announcement was made on Monday by Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin during a meeting with the United States.

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“From April 9, we will lift the ban on the use of the corona virus against our regular and charter flights between Russia and other countries,” he said.

He noted that the relevant document was signed on Monday. According to Michustin, the impact of the Govt is declining, so it is time to expand the space available to Russian airlines.

According to him, Russia is resuming flights with 52 countries, including India, Argentina, South Africa, China and other allies.

Earlier, the Prime Minister recalled that 15 countries, including some states of the Eurasian Economic Union, Mexico, Qatar and other countries, could fly without restrictions.

The operational headquarters for the fight against the corona virus has decided to completely lift restrictions on charter and regular flights with Argentina, Algeria and Afghanistan until April 9, taking into account the epidemic situation in each country. , Bosnia and Herzegovina.

The operation includes Bahrain, Botswana, Brazil, Vietnam, Venezuela, Hong Kong, Egypt, Zimbabwe, India, Israel, Indonesia, Iraq, Jordan, Kenya, North Korea, China, Costa Rica, Kuwait, Lesotho, Lebanon, and Mauritius. , Madagascar, Maldives, Morocco, Moldova, Mozambique and Myanmar.

Other countries include Mongolia, Namibia, Oman, Peru, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Serbia, Seychelles, Syria, Tanzania, Thailand, Tunisia, Turkey, Uruguay, Philippines, Fiji, Sri Lanka, Ethiopia, South Africa and Jamaica.

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