The evacuation of citizens will be carried out from June 3 to June 15.
"SkyUp will conduct flights from Berlin, Warsaw, London, Malaga, Milan, Istanbul, Sofia, Alicante, Naples, Yerevan, Dubai, Rome, Vienna, Delhi, Frankfurt, Sharm el-Sheikh, Barcelona, Stockholm, Vilnius, Er "Muscat, Dusseldorf, Baku, Hurghada, and Tashkent. UIA's schedule includes special flights from New York, Amsterdam, Dubai, Tel Aviv, Paris, Miami, Madrid, Malaga, and Toronto," the statement said.
As we reported earlier, Ukraine's Prime Minister Denys Shmygal stated that the recommencement of Ukraine's air connection was likely to take place in June.
"Air connection is likely to be restored in June," he said. However, this will definitely not happen until June 15.
Meanwhile, the Foreign Ministry of Turkey informed about the decision to open the borders and resume passengers’ traffic with Ukraine from July 1, 2020.