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Russia resumes flights with Serbia, Cuba, Japan

Christian Fernsby ▼ | October 15, 2020
Considering the decisions by the operational headquarters, Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin signed an order on the resumption of air service with Serbia, Cuba and Japan on a reciprocal basis, an official in the headquarters announced.
Mikhail Mishustin
Russia   Mikhail Mishustin
Flights Moscow-Belgrade, Moscow-Cayo Coco and Moscow-Santa Clara will be operated twice a week. Three flights will fly to Japan from November 1: two from Moscow to Tokyo and one from Vladivostok to Tokyo.

Topics: Russia Serbia Cuba Japan

"The decision was made on the basis of the previously voiced criteria (40 new cases of coronavirus infection within 14 days per 100,000 population, no more than 1% of the daily increase in new cases in 14 days and the prevalence rate of new coronavirus infection in seven days no more than 1) as well as on the base of the principles of reciprocity," the headquarters said.