restrictions on travel by railway to Kaliningrad and back, in effect since late March, when the government closed the country’s border to combat the spread of coronavirus infection.

an Exception was then made for the residents of the Kaliningrad region, but from 6 April, the OAO “Russian Railways” canceled message from the Western enclave of Russia. The first train from Moscow and St. Petersburg went back on 1 July. To use them still could only permanently residing in the Kaliningrad region citizens. Signed by Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin order this restriction removed – rail transit to the region and back became accessible to all Russians.

the same document are allowed visa-free entry to Russia to foreigners for short-term trips, if they are holders of diplomatic or service passports of countries with which our country has signed agreements on visa-free travel.