Russia to resume flights to Georgia from March 25

MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russia, which cut passenger flights to Georgia in November 2006 amid a bitter political row, said on Tuesday it would resume civil aviation links with the Caucasus neighbor from March 25.

“Russia’s aviation authorities have informed the Georgian side of their consent to resume the Russian Federation’s air links with Georgia from March 25,” Russia’s transport ministry said in a statement.

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