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Russia may fully resume international air traffic on August 11

2 months ago Web Desk 0
The proposal to open all destinations was reportedly discussed during a meeting with Russia’s Deputy Prime Minister Tatyana Golikova, but has not received any official confirmation so far.   Recall, Russia lifted its blanket ban on international flights on Saturday after months-long suspension due to the Covid-19. Travelers still can go to just a few Read More

Tajik, Turkish presidents agree to resume regular air traffic between their countries

2 months ago Web Desk 0
According to the Tajik president’s official website, the presidents exchanged warm congratulations to the fraternal peoples of the two countries on the occasion of Eid al-Adha.   In the course of the conversation, Rahmon and Erdogan reportedly exchanged views on alarming trends regarding the global spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).   Tajik leader expressed Read More

UCA supports transformation of its undergraduate campus towns in Khorog and Naryn into “university towns”

2 months ago Web Desk 0
Through the University Town Development project, UCA reportedly aims to serve as a catalyst for the development of Khorog and Naryn by strengthening existing enterprises and promoting the establishment of new ones.   In addition to offering undergraduate students academic qualifications of an international standard, UCA, in partnership with Government and other Aga Khan Development Read More

Tajik police reportedly prevent two terrorist attacks

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In a report released at a news conference in Dushanbe, the chief of the Interior Ministry Organized Crime Control Directorate, Colonel Shodi Hafizzoda, noted on August 3 that terrorists planned to kill police officers in the mentioned districts.   “Several nationals of Tajikistan, who are members of the banned Islamic State (IS) terror group, have Read More