Azur flight picks up 231 Russian tourists from Vietnam :: Society :: RBC

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Azur Airlines brought 231 Russians to their homeland from Vietnam. This was reported by RIA Novosti with reference to the Russian Embassy in Ho Chi Minh City.

As specified in the consulate, most of the passengers are residents of the Central and North-West Federal Districts of Russia. 71 tourists had expired visas, but the embassy agreed with the migration service of Vietnam to abolish fines for expired documents.

The embassy announced plans to remove eight Russian schoolchildren from the United States

In addition to Russian citizens on the same flight, Azur took six residents of Moldova, two citizens of Belarus and one woman from the LPR.

Earlier, the Ministry of Communications announced a schedule of export flights until May 7. On May 5, evacuation flights from Kamrani and Antalya (Turkey) are also planned.


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