Uzbek citizens return home by passenger trains

Tashkent, Uzbekistan (UzDaily.com) — As you know, in accordance with the agreement of the Republican Special Commission on the export of citizens of the Republic of Uzbekistan from the Russian-Kazakh state border, the process of delivering Uzbeks by passenger trains is being carried out.

The train from Gnilovskaya to Tashkent with 918 passengers will leave for Uzbekistan on 10 August 2020. This train has separate seats for the seriously ill and those accompanying them. The next flight departs from the Rostov region of the Russian Federation.

Tickets are sold exclusively for citizens of the Republic of Uzbekistan. The cost of tickets for the flight Gnilovskaya – Tashkent is 2,079,700 soums (14,855 rubles).

On the way, stops will be carried out only for technical inspection of the passenger train, which means that passengers will not be allowed on the platform at the stations along the route.

This train will be accompanied by employees of the National Guard, the Ministry of Internal Affairs and the Ministry of Health of Uzbekistan.

All passengers of this flight upon arrival, immediately after disembarking from the train, will be sent to the quarantine zones of Namangan and Tashkent regions.

Quarantine measures, including restrictions on entry into the country, introduced in a number of CIS countries, have been introduced in Uzbekistan, and remain in force until they are canceled by a relevant resolution of the Special Commission of the Republic of Uzbekistan.

At the same time, in a number of media and social networks, there are unfounded reports that tickets for trains organized in these directions are sold under various corruption schemes. The Ministry of Transport of Uzbekistan asks passengers who have encountered unlawful actions when purchasing tickets to call the hotline of the Ministry of Transport of Uzbekistan – 1167, as well as the hotline of Uzbekiston Temir Yollari – (71) 299-94-50.



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