International Flight News: Russia on Saturday declared it will resume issuing visas for all types of Indians who are organizing to pay a visit to the state by air, as nicely as to these possessing a home permit. As a consequence, global flights concerning New Delhi and Moscow will resume.
“In this regard, issuing of visas of all types (which include university student visa) to enter Russia via air checkpoints is resumed for the Indian citizens, as very well as for individuals who have a home permit,” the Russian Embassy in New Delhi reported in a statement.
Flights concerning New Delhi and Moscow are envisioned to be operated 2 times a week. Travellers are advised to appear with a valid clinical document confirming unfavorable outcomes of the RT-PCR exam for coronavirus.
According to the statement, the shift is in line with a selection produced by the Russian Covid-19 Unexpected emergency Response Centre on January 16.
Previously on January 25, the Russian authorities issued a directive to restore “intercontinental air site visitors on a reciprocal foundation with a range of overseas states, together with India”.
Currently, no citizen is having e-visas as the issuance of e-visas is banned “right up until an acceptable directive of the Russian authorities”.
The Govt of India has, nevertheless, extended the ban on global business flights until February 28 in look at of the COVID-19 pandemic scenario.