52 countries: Russia resumes flights, plus opens the world's longest land border

52 countries: Russia resumes flights, plus opens world's longest land border

From April 9, the most massive lifting of restrictions on regular and charter flights from Russia will take place – 52 countries were immediately included in the latest list of the Operational Headquarters for coronavirus. At the same time, as Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin emphasized, these are mostly “friendly” countries for which there is some hope for the restoration of mutual tourist flow.

As the prime minister said at a meeting with the United Russia faction, he signed the corresponding document, “which the aviation industry and citizens were waiting for.” “The incidence rate is on the decline, which means it's time to expand the destinations that are available to Russian airlines. Now they can fly without restrictions to 15 countries. Now we are resuming flights with 52 countries, including Argentina, India, China, South Africa and other states friendly to us,” Mikhail Mishustin said.

Here is the full list of open countries:

  1. Algeria
  2. Argentina
  3. Afghanistan
  4. Bahrain
  5. Bosnia and Herzegovina
  6. Botswana
  7. Brazil
  8. Venezuela
  9. Vietnam
  10. Hong Kong
  11. Egypt
  12. Zimbabwe
  13. Israel
  14. India
  15. Indonesia
  16. Jordan
  17. Iraq
  18. Kenya
  19. China
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  21. DPRK
  22. Costa Rica
  23. Kuwait
  24. Lebanon
  25. Lesotho
  26. Mauritius
  27. Madagascar
  28. Malaysia
  29. Maldives
  30. Morocco
  31. Mozambique
  32. Moldova
  33. Mongolia
  34. Myanmar
  35. Namibia
  36. Oman
  37. Pakistan
  38. Peru
  39. Saudi Arabia
  40. Seychelles
  41. Serbia
  42. Syria
  43. Thailand
  44. Tanzania
  45. Tunisia
  46. Turkey< /li>
  47. Uruguay
  48. Fiji
  49. Philippines
  50. Sri Lanka
  51. Ethiopia
  52. South Africa
  53. Jamaica

As you can see, in the list, in addition to the obvious exotic and countries where a normal tourist will not go, there are a lot of “acting” tourist favorites, from Turkey and Egypt, to the Maldives and Seychelles, as well as destinations that unequivocally expressed interest in the Russian tourist market, despite the sanctions – the same Kenya, Tanzania or Venezuela. So there is hope that in this way the market for offers for Russian tourists will still be expanded – as far as air sanctions allow, of course.

In addition, on the same day, Russia will also open its longest land border in the world . That is, on April 9, restrictions on entry and exit through the land section of the Russian border with China will cease to operate. True, in terms of tourism, this will not give any relief yet – China itself still strictly observes “coronavirus” safety.

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