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The foreign Ministry says the list of countries with which it is possible to resume flights

The foreign Ministry monitors the sanitary-epidemiological situation in foreign countries to Refine the list of countries with which the possible resumption of flights, in the future, consider the resumption of communication with countries that meet the required criteria, said the Deputy Director of the Department and press of the Russian foreign Ministry Alexei Zaitsev.

"As for the other countries, it is hard work, it continues. Including examines the readiness of our partners to take foreign flights and entered the special requirements", - he told at a briefing on Thursday.

As noted by Zaitsev, the Russian foreign Ministry is monitoring the rules of entry of Russian citizens in foreign States in the context of a pandemic with the direction of its results in the Federal air transport Agency and the CPS to make coherent sentences about the opening of regular flights to the countries concerned.

"Along with the CPS organised monitoring of sanitary and epidemiological situation in foreign countries in order to clarify the list of countries with which it is possible to continue the communication. In the foreseeable future, there is a resumption of air links with other countries that meet the relevant criteria, namely: the incidence of 14 days no more than 40 people per hundred thousand population, the average daily rate of growth - 1 percent, the infection rate is not more than a unit," he said during a briefing on Thursday.

Russia on the background of the pandemic coronavirus as of March 27, stopped regular and Charter flights with other countries. On Friday, July 24, Deputy Prime Minister Tatiana Golikova said that Russia from August 1, will resume its flights from three countries: UK, Turkey, and Tanzania. The Prime Minister of Russia Mikhail Mishustin signed the decree according to which restrictions on entry to Russia, imposed because of the spread of coronavirus, removed for the citizens of these countries.