From February 8, Russia will resume flights to and from Greece.
The announcement was made by the Russian Embassy in Athens on social media.
Planes will fly twice a week from Moscow to Athens.
Από τις 8 Φεβρουαρίου 2021, η #Ρωσία ανανεώνει τις τακτικές πτήσεις με την #Ελλάδα. https://t.co/vDqlMqXMJS
— Rus Embassy, Greece (@RFEmbassyGr) January 30, 2021
Last week, President Vladimir Putin said that the Covid-19 pandemic in the country was gradually receding.
Since the start of the pandemic, there have been 3,850,439 confirmed infections, with 73,182 deaths.
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It was initially said, on the whims of government -s to Kathimerini, that Putin would attend Greece’s celebrations commemorating the 200th anniversary of the Greek Revolution of 1821.
Invitations were sent to Prince Charles, heir apparent to the British throne, French President Emmanuel Macron and Putin, to attend the military parade on March 25 in Athens.
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