Russia to resume communication with more three countries


On February 15, Russia will resume air communication with Armenia and Azerbaijan, and on February 8 will resume rail communication with Belarus.

Two flights a week will be performed on the route Moscow - Baku, four flights a week - Moscow - Yerevan. Besides, starting from February 8, there will be more regular flights to Kirgizia en route Moscow - Bishkek from one to three per week.

The border with Belarus has been closed since March, but flights to Minsk resumed in the fall. Opening of rail communication with Belarus is also good news for residents of Kaliningrad region, because rail communication with the region was carried out through the republic. Now trains from Moscow will start going there, trips from Kaliningrad to St. Petersburg will be resumed as well, with trains making stops in Minsk.

At the same time the authorities have decided to increase the number of regular flights between Moscow and Minsk to five per week (previously there were three). Planes will also be allowed to fly to Minsk from Rostov-on-Don and St. Petersburg (one flight per week).

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