Friday, 14, June, 2024

From April 1, Russia will resume flights with six countries: Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Germany, Venezuela, Syria and Sri Lanka, the press service of the Russian government said following a meeting of the operational anti-coronavirus headquarters.

Reportedly, the Tashkent to Moscow regular flights will be resumed on a reciprocal basis once a week.

Flights between Uzbekistan and Russia were suspended on March 16, 2020 due to lockdown restrictions.

Now, foreign nationals are required to provide grounds to enter Russia,: the presence of close relatives who are citizens of the Russian Federation, permanent residence in Russia (with a valid residence permit), participation in the resettlement program and treatment in Russia. For each of the grounds, supporting documents are required.

The headquarters recalled that foreign nationals need to have a negative PCR test no earlier than 72 hours before the flight to Russia, and observe other sanitary and epidemiological measures established in the Russian Federation.

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