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MOSCOW, December 26. /TASS/. Russia’s and Georgia’s civil aviation authorities will continue their dialogue in January 2015 to finally settle the issue of resuming regular air service between the two countries, the Russian Foreign Ministry said on Friday.
Representatives of the two countries’ civil aviation authorities had a number of meetings in Tbilisi on December 24-25 over practical aspects of resuming regular air service between Russia and Georgia.
“An agreement was reached that Russian and Georgian airlines will perform 18 flights a week from Moscow to Tbilisi and from Tbilisi to Moscow on a parity basis in a period till January 31, 2015,” the ministry said.
“It was also agreed to continue the dialogue between the two countries’ aviation authorities to reach a final settlement of this and other outstanding issues in January 2015,” the ministry said.