Tourists interviewed by the online service, said if they are willing to change plans for the summer, if in the near future will open flights from a number of countries, reports OneTwoTrip.
Among the countries that in the near future may be possible, the media citing sources in the government called, for example, Hungary, Maldives, South Korea and UAE.
Croatia and Malta expressed its readiness to accept tourists from Russia, according to "Vestnik ATOR", citing a source in one of the European diplomatic missions.
As noted in the Association because of the situation with the incidence of COVID-19 other EU States decided not to open the border for Russian travelers, at least until the second half of August.
At least 65 of the 94 migrants rescued in distress off the coast of Malta boat appeared to be infected with coronavirus, according to the newspaper Times of Malta.
Yesterday it was reported that the coast guard of Malta rescued more than 90 migrants.
The Malta police is found with stab wounds alleged middleman in the murder case of journalist Daphne Caruana of Galizia the day before he was to stand trial, according to the publication Malta Today.
As the head of the Malta police Angelo Gafa (Angelo Gafa), Melvin of Teouma were found on Tuesday evening in his home with a knife in his right hand and multiple wounds in the area of the kidneys, neck and wrist. According to police, there are indications that the man were self-inflicted wounds. Police are investigating the incident. The status of the prospective intermediary is stable.
The Minister of health of Malta Chris fern said that the country's authorities for seven days in a row did not record any new case of infection with coronavirus infection, said the publication Malta Today.
The Minister also encouraged citizens to continue to exercise caution in order to sustain the country's success in fighting the coronavirus.
The interior Ministers of Italy, France, Germany, Malta and Spain, as well as the relevant European commissioners discussed with colleagues from Algeria, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco and Tunisia, "strengthening mutual commitments to prevent and combat the traffic of migrants", said the Italian Department.
A meeting convened by the Italian side, was held via videoconference from the North of Trieste.
It turned out, when do you plan to resume regular flights to Turkey, according to ATOR.
Turkish Airlines has announced a new date of resumption of flights abroad in July. In the Turkish carrier's schedule are flights to 123 international destinations in North America, Asia, middle East, Africa, Europe.
The government of Malta announced its intention to remove restrictions on flights with all countries from July 15, including with Russia, according to ATOR.
The Ministry of tourism and protection of the rights of consumers and the Malta tourism authority (MTA) announced the inclusion of six additional countries to the list of areas with which Malta resumes flights from 1 July.
Talks about changing the tax agreement with Cyprus still in stalemate, and it may be terminated, wrote in a Friday newspaper "Vedomosti" referring to Federal officials and several consultants who know about it from officials.
The President of Russia Vladimir Putin in the end of March was offered to tax at 15% income dividends transferred to accounts abroad. This requires an adjustment of agreements with other countries for avoidance of double taxation. The President warned that Russia would unilaterally be released from such agreements with those countries that will not accept its proposals.
Adolf Hitler at the end of the war, admitted that he had lost the war due to Italy, which always had to provide military assistance and thereby weaken important areas, told RIA Novosti on Wednesday the expert of the Russian military historical society (RVIA) Nikita storms.
Exactly 80 years ago, on 10 June 1940, Italy entered the Second world war on Germany's side, declaring war on France and Britain. The participation of the Republic in the war continued until may 8, 1945.
The government of Malta within the framework of measures to stimulate the economy after the outbreak of the coronavirus will give local residents a voucher for 100 euros to pay for accommodation in hotels, visits to bars, restaurants and shops, according to a Twitter account of the government.
"A voucher for € 100 to every resident over the age of 16. The money should be used in hotels, restaurants and stores, to help raise the local economy. Let's support our business," - said in the message.
The Prime Minister of Malta Robert Abela said that the airports will resume from 1 July amid easing of the restrictive measures imposed because of the spread of coronavirus, reports the Malta Independent newspaper, citing an interview with the Prime Minister.
Abela also said the opening of the June 5, gyms, bars and other establishments.
Claims regarding the manufacture in Russia of counterfeit currency for Libya does not correspond to reality, said the Minister.
Earlier, the state Department praised Malta for interception of the party Libyan dinars, the cost of which was over a billion dollars. The U.S. side said that the currency is supposedly fake and was published in the Russian "Goznak".