transport in Russia

Parking for electric vehicles to appear in Moscow

New parking spaces marked with a Parking sign and additional information sign will appear in Moscow. Parking of vehicles equipped with internal combustion engines will be prohibited in such places. "Be attentive in the parking lot. …

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Russia Resumes Flights With Ethiopia and Seychelles

Russia has resumed flights with Ethiopia and Seychelles, the Russian government said on Friday, Sputnik reports. Flights to Ethiopia will be conducted on the Moscow — Addis Ababa route three times a week and to Seychelles on the …

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Aeroflot to begin flights from Moscow to Kyrgyzstan

Russia’s flagship air carrier Aeroflot will resume flights from Moscow to the Kyrgyz capital Bishkek on September 24, the company said in a statement. Flight SU1882 Moscow-Bishkek will be performed once a week, on Thursday. …

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Aeroflot announces start of share offering

Aeroflot Russian Airlines has officially announced the beginning of an offering of up to 1.7 billion new shares. "PJSC Aeroflot today announces the launch of a capital increase by placement of up to 1,700,000,000 new ordinary …

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Russian MP offers to cut transport tax 25%

Russia's State Duma deputy Vasily Vlasov offered to cut the transport tax by 25% in 2020 for the Russians who live in the provinces where an alert regime was introduced due to the coronavirus. "I am asking you to assess …

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Crimea to resume suburban rail service

In Crimea, suburban rail service will be restored on May 18, the coronavirus restrictions are lifted, the press service of the Southern Suburban Passenger Company informs. “From May 18, in accordance with the decree of the head of …

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Russia and China to be linked by first car bridge

Russia’s Ministry of Construction, Housing and Utilities greenlighted opening the first car bridge between Russia and China, built across the border river of Amur, between the cities of Blagoveshchensk and Heihe, Ministry for the …

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Russians on private cars flooded Crimea

In a day, the number of Russians entering Crimea increased by almost 40%. "Over the last 24 hours, the number of people entering the peninsula has increased significantly, by almost 40%. They mostly come by crossing the Crimean …

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