From April 1, Russia will resume flights to six countries – Uzbekistan, Germany, Venezuela, Syria, Tajikistan and Sri Lanka.
According to RIA Novosti, this was announced by Deputy Prime Minister of Russia Tatyana Golikova.
Flights from Moscow to Tashkent will be carried out once a week.
“Following the discussions on restoring air communication with several countries, it was decided to resume regular international flights with Venezuela (Moscow-Caracas twice a week), Syria (Moscow-Damascus once a week), Tajikistan (Moscow-Dushanbe once a week), Uzbekistan (Moscow-Tashkent once a week) and Sri Lanka (Moscow-Colombo once a week) on a reciprocal basis from April 1, 2021,” the message says.
Flights between Uzbekistan and Russia were suspended on March 16, 2020, due to quarantine restrictions.