COVID-19: Kyrgyzstanis returned to homeland from Kuwait
Bishkek, June 30, 2020. /Kabar/. Citizens of Kyrgyzstan have been returned from Kuwait to Bishkek, the press service of the Kyrgyz Foreign Ministry said Tuesday. "In accordance with the instruction of President and the Government of the Kyrgyz Republic, as part of the ongoing work on the return of Kyrgyz citizens from abroad in connection with the suspension of international passenger air traffic amid spread of COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic in the world, the Kyrgyz Foreign Ministry worked out on June 30 organization of a charter flight of Jazeera Airways on the El-Kuwait - Bishkek route, which returned to Kyrgyzstan 102 Kyrgyz citizens from Kuwait," the report says. Kyrgyzstanis who previously were in Qatar, Egypt and Malaysia for whom by agreement with the Kuwaiti side a transit route for arrival in the country was organized under the existing restrictions on entry of foreign nationals were also returned on this flight. All those arrived are placed under surveillance (observation) to undergo appropriate medical procedures in accordance with the established procedure. The work on the return of Kyrgyz citizens who are in foreign countries and wish to return to their homeland continues.