"Air connection is likely to be restored in June," Shmygal said.
The Prime Minister noted that it would be executed considering the examples of other countries that would also reinitiate their air connections. However, this will definitely not happen until June 15.
As we reported earlier, according to Yevhen Yenin, the Deputy Foreign Minister of Ukraine, over 230,000 Ukrainian citizens have been evacuated to the motherland since the lockdown limitations began worldwide.
Ukraine resumed the practice of evacuation of citizens from abroad with special flights in late April.
On May 13, Boryspil airport hosted two flights from Amsterdam and Athens; the aircraft brought 287 Ukrainian citizens back home.
Yenin added that the procedure carried on in spite of certain difficulties that were caused by peculiar circumstances in various countries.