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Russia to resume regular air traffic to Slovenia, increase frequency on other SEE routes

Author Vasil Kolchev
Russia to resume regular air traffic to Slovenia, increase frequency on other SEE routes Dmitry Zherdin / CC BY-SA 3.0 GFDL

SOFIA (Bulgaria), October 15 (SeeNews) - The Russian government said that regular air traffic to Slovenia will resume on a reciprocal basis on November 9, following a review of the epidemiological situation in that country.

Flights on the route from Moscow to Slovenia's capital Ljubljana will resume with a frequency of three flights per week, the Russian government said in a statement on Thursday

Russia will also increase the frequency of flights to destinations in other countries of Southeast Europe - Albania, Bulgaria, Greece and North Macedonia, the government added.

In the same statement, Russia's government also announced that travel restrictions to Austria, Switzerland, Finland and the United Arab Emirates are to be lifted from November 9.

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