(MENAFN- Trend News Agency ) Russia will resume regular air service with Bahrain, the Dominican Republic, and Moldova from August 9, the national anti-coronavirus crisis center said, Trend reports citing TASS .
"Following a discussion and taking into account the epidemiological situation in individual countries, it was decided to resume, on a mutual basis, regular air service with the following countries: Bahrain (two flights Moscow-Manama a week), the Dominican Republic (three flights Moscow-Punta Cana, Moscow-La Romana, Moscow-Puerto Plata a week), Moldova (three flights Moscow-Chisinau a week)," it said.
By now, Russia has resumed air service with 48 world nations. Flights to two more countries - France and the Czech Republic - will be resumed from July 28. However, suspension of air service with Tanzania has been extended until August 17 due to the epidemiological situation in that country.
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