Russia, Georgia may resume flights in first half of 2020 – media
YEREVAN, NOVEMBER 27, ARMENPRESS. Air flights between Russia and Georgia may be resumed in the first six months of 2020, a source in the Russian government told Izvestia today, noting that the current political crisis in Georgia impedes their restoration by the New Year, reports TASS.
“Most likely, air flights will be resumed after the New Year”, the source told the paper.
The source recalled that Russia had suspended air flights with Georgia unilaterally and would also cancel this decision unilaterally. The Georgian Prime Minister’s Special Representative for Relations with Russia Zurab Abashidze confirmed to Izvestia that it was up to Moscow to decide on resuming flights between the two countries, stressing that Georgia “would only welcome it”.