Russia Resumes Flights With Singapore and Greece

From February 8, 2021, Russia resumed on a reciprocal basis regular flights with Greece and Singapore, which were previously interrupted amid the coronavirus pandemic. The decision on this was made by the operational headquarters to combat COVID-19. 

It is specified that the airlines will operate two regular flights a week on the Moscow-Athens route. Airlines from Russia and the Republic of Singapore will operate three flights a week between Moscow and Singapore, TASS reports. In addition, from February 8, 2021, Russia resumes international flights from Astrakhan, Yekaterinburg, Irkutsk, Makhachkala, Mineralnye Vody, Nizhny Novgorod, Perm, and Khabarovsk.

It is noted that the Greek authorities have extended until February 22, 2021, the permit to enter the country up to 500 Russians per week if they have a negative coronavirus test, a voucher confirming hotel reservation, and subject to a seven-day quarantine.

As for Singapore, at the moment only foreigners who have a residence permit or a long-term stay permit (work and student visas, residence permit for a family member, etc.) can enter the country. Moreover, from February 1, 2021, foreigners entering the country must have medical insurance against coronavirus with a minimum coverage of $22.5 thousand.

Ru-Main, 08.02.2021 

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