Special transportation is being carried out in strict accordance with all sanitary rules and requirements established by Kazakhstan and the Russian Federation.
Uzbek authorities will bring back from Yekaterinburg about 150 compatriots who cannot return home because of the closed borders, the press service of the Transport Ministry reported.
“The Ministry of Transport has organized another bus service for the repatriation of compatriots who are on the territory of the Ural Federal District of Russia,” the ministry said.
On October 23, three buses arrived in Yekaterinburg to repatriate about 150 Uzbeks to Tashkent. Special transportation is carried out in strict accordance with all sanitary rules and requirements established by Kazakhstan and the Russian Federation, the Ministry of Transport noted.
The ministry also appealed to the compatriots, who are on the territory of the Russian Federation, with a request not to gather at the Russian-Kazakh border and wait for the repatriation trains at the place of residence.