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MOSCOW, August 14 (Itar-Tass) —— There will be no sanctions against Russian citizens whose Schengen visas expired before flying home, as flights of the Wind Jet air company were cancelled, said a source in the Russian Foreign Ministry on Tuesday.
According to the Italian authorities, there will be no sanctions against Russian citizens whose Schengen visas expired a few days ago, as flights of the Wind Jet air company were cancelled,” said the source. “When passing the border control they must produce, alongside foreign passports, the tickets, or their electron confirmation, to the cancelled Wind Jet flights,” said the source.
“The Russian Foreign Ministry and the Russian missions in Italy are in touch with the Italian authorities, taking measures to settle the situation caused by the bankruptcy of the Italian airline,” said the source. “Russian passengers who were staying in the airports of the Italian cities of Catania and Bergamo flew to Russia by three p.m. Moscow time on August 14, said the source.