Russia will resume regular flights with Armenia starting from February 15, the Russian government said, reports TASS.
There will be four flights a week between Moscow and Yerevan according to the respective decision.
In March 2020 Russia suspended all foreign commercial passenger transportations due to COVID-19.
“I Am Travelling Without COVID-19” pilot project has launched between Armenia and Russian from February 1, 2021, which allows the citizens of Armenia to travel to Russia if they have a COVID-19 negative test result passed 72 hours ago.
Russia also resumes air communication with Azerbaijan (two flights a week between Moscow and Baku).