On Friday, passenger carriers will be capable to resume travels to Eire, the UK and Portugal, Latvian Tv reported February 24.
On February 5, the Latvian authorities determined to droop passenger service journey to the UK, Portugal, and Eire. Beginning February 26, journey to those nations will now not be banned.
It’s unclear, although, whether or not the ban on ‘pointless’ journey will nonetheless stay in pressure. The Latvian authorities is to resolve on that Thursday. Well being Ministry has urged to maintain this rule till the tip of the state of emergency, which is at the moment set April 6.
The Ministry of Inside referred this concern to the Ministry of Transport, whereas it handed the query over to the Ministry of International Affairs. The Ministry of International Affairs replied that it could not encourage the extension of the restrictions, however refused to clarify the feedback as a result of border management was not inside its competence. Questions on whether or not a serious motive for journey will nonetheless should be acknowledged on Friday are additionally obtained by the airport.
“We’re responding to folks that these restrictions will now not apply from February 26, however in fact we want a transparent message that it actually shall be so. This example, because it stands for the time being, makes it tough for each us and the airways to plan work,” stated Laura Kulakova, spokeswoman for Riga Worldwide Airport.
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