Russian President Vladimir Putin two days ago, has instructed the transport Ministry to start negotiations with the Ministry of transport of Turkey on the resumption of flights between the countries. As reported RIA Novosti, said his press Secretary Dmitry Peskov.
July 13, according to “Rambler”, Putin held a telephone conversation with President of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdogan. In a press-service of the Kremlin reported that during it heads of States discussed topical issues on the international agenda and exchanged views on certain issues on the bilateral agenda, including prospects for the resumption of tourist exchanges.
Russia and Turkey resume flights
Today, the Ministry of transport of Turkey has announced that it has reached agreement with the Russian authorities on the resumption of flights between the countries since July 15. In turn, Peskov said that after talking two days ago Putin and Erdogan instructed the Ministry of transport to start the relevant negotiations.
International air transportation, as reported by “the Rambler”, was suspended in Russia on March 27 for pandemic coronavirus infection COVID-19.