Moscow: Less than a year later, Russia has announced the resumption of air service with Azerbaijan and Armenia.
According to the details, the press service of the Russian government says that Russia is going to start air service on a mutual basis with Azerbaijan and Armenia from the 15th of this month.
According to the report, there will be two flights a week between the Russian capital Moscow and the Azerbaijani capital Baku, while there will be four flights a week between Moscow and the Armenian capital Yerevan.
From February 8, the number of regular flights to Kyrgyzstan (Moscow-Bishkek) will be increased to three flights a week on a mutual basis, the report said.
In March 2020, Russia suspended all commercial passenger flights to other countries due to the Coronavirus epidemic, but last summer the international air service gradually resumed.
It is also worth noting that in November last year, Russia declared a ceasefire between the two countries in the disputed region of Nagorno-Karabakh between Azerbaijan and Armenia. Clashes between the two countries’ armies in the disputed area caused heavy casualties.