The Ukrainian Ministry of Infrastructure has announced the resumption of evacuation flights from around the world to Ukraine.

Such flights will be operated from Miami, Helsinki, Naples, Stockholm, Yerevan, Paris, Nice, Sofia, Larnaca, Tel Aviv, Amsterdam, Dusseldorf, Zurich, Lisbon, Geneva, Dubai, Frankfurt, Prague, Milan, Toronto, Oslo, Alicante, Riyadh, Bangkok, Phuket, and the island of Bali, the CFTS portal reports, citing information from the Ukrainian Ministry of Infrastructure.

Ukraine’s Minister of Infrastructure Vladyslav Kryklyi announced this on April 26.

“There is good news for Ukrainians who are currently located abroad and want to return home. We are resuming special flights to Ukraine from around the world, but only on the condition that passengers will be placed under 14-day mandatory observation in specialized institutions or in self-isolation at home after returning. The latter will be monitored with the help of the ‘Act at Home’ mobile application on the Diya platform,” Kryklyi said.

According to Ukraine International Airlines (UIA), the special flights will be operated by UIA, SkyUp Airlines, Windrose Airlines, and Azur Air Ukraine. According to the Ukrainian Ministry of Infrastructure, information about upcoming flights is available on the websites of these airlines.

As reported earlier, the Ukrainian authorities decided to completely shut down all air links with other countries in March. Since then, only evacuation flights transporting Ukrainian citizens to Ukraine and citizens of other countries out of Ukraine have been performed.

Last week, Ukrainian agricultural workers flew from Kyiv to Helsinki to help Finnish farmers.