On Tuesday evening, an “Air Serbia” plane landed at Banja Luka Airport, with 70 citizens of Bosnia and Herzegovina arriving from Russia, Avaz news portal reports.
About 70 citizens of Serbia are on this flight, who will continue their journey to Belgrade. The plane was welcomed by the Minister of Scientific and Technological Development, Higher Education and Information Society of the Republic of Srpska, Srdan Rajcevic, and the families of the passengers.
Earlier today, an “Air Serbia” plane took off from the Banja Luka airport for Moscow, and with it, the citizens of that country, returned to Russia.
Bosnian Ministry of Foreign Affairs said that the crisis team of the Ministry and the Embassy of Bosnia and Herzegovina in Moscow provided assistance in organizing a repatriation flight that returned 72 people from Russia to Bosnia and Herzegovina this afternoon, mostly Bosnian students in Russia.