Russia to Reopen Air Travel With India And 3 Other Countries From January 27

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The Russian authorities on Saturday said that flights between Moscow and the capitals of India, Finland, Vietnam, and Qatar, suspended since the early weeks of the pandemic, would restart from January 27, after certain epidemiological criteria were met.

A statement shared following a meeting of the government’s coronavirus HQ said that the four countries were seeing fewer than 40 new cases per fortnight per 100,000 people.

“According to the press-release of @GovernmentRF, the Russian Emergency Response Centre, chaired by Vice Prime Minister Ms. Tatiana Golikova, decided to resume international flights on a reciprocal basis with a number of countries from January 27, 2021, including India.” The Indian Embassy in Russia twitted.

“Return flights Moscow – Delhi are planned to be operated twice a week.” the embassy further added.


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