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We are still finalizing our summer camp plans. Dates and information are subject to change. Please keep an eye on this page for updates. Thank you!
The Recreation and Wellness Department at Georgia Southern University’s Armstrong Campus hosts this Summer Camp. Kids will participate in a variety of activities to include: basketball, flag football, kickball, soccer, ultimate frisbee, tag games, and nutritional and environmental presentations! Camp hours are 8:30 am to 3:30 pm (Extended Care until 5 pm) and for ages 6 to 12.
Summer is to the time for fun in the sun, and whether it’s by the pool, the lake, or the beach, knowing how to swim is important for everyone. The CRI Learn to Swim Program is designed to teach individuals of all ages and skill levels in a fun, safe environment. Participants will be taught swimming and water safety skills by our experienced instructors so that you or your child will be at ease in and around the water.
Golf is a fun, social and inclusive sport for both boys and girls. Let our PGA Professionals teach your child golf through a variety of fun activities that will develop the skills needed for a lifetime of success on and off the course. Instruction will focus on growing the core competencies of the game, while also developing golf-specific skills and fitness through such fun activities as archery, swimming, team-play and parent/child events.
Introducing individuals to the rewards and responsibilities of shooting is the mission of Georgia Southern’s newest facility, the Shooting Sports Education Center. Throughout the summer we will offer a variety of programs for all ages and skill levels, for both archery and firearms. Our certified instructors will use a both educational and hands-on training to help your child develop skills that will last a lifetime.
Last updated: 4/9/2021
Shooting Sports Summer Programs | Shooting Sports Education CenterHome > Shooting Sports Summer Programs
Looking for some summer camp fun?! Sign up for one of our summer programs to learn something new or develop your archery and firearms skills. All programs and camps will be hosted at the Shooting Sports Education Center (SSEC) at Georgia Southern University.
Archery programs are available for children 7 and up, while firearms programs are available for children ages 10 and up. Be sure to read the description for the program you’re interested in to see if any additional age requirements apply!
Outdoor Archery Day Camp
June 1-4, 2021
The Outdoor Archery Day Camp is designed for all archers to learn the basics while focusing on 3D, field and FITA archery.
Rifle Day Camp
June 7-11, 2021
Rifle day camp offers youth the opportunity to master safe firearm handling and marksmanship skills while learning about the exciting Olympic sport of target shooting.
June 8 – July 1, 2021
Explore Archery is a versatile education activity program that is fun, rewarding, progressive, and most importantly – safe for kids. There are also sessions adapted for college students that are interested in being introduced to the sport, and even sessions tailored for families looking for an activity that includes everyone!
Explore Bowfishing Day Camp
June 14-16, 2021
Bowfishing is the sport of taking fish with a bow and arrow. Explore Bowfishing is an interactive shooting program that introduces participants to a fast-paced, archery-based form of fishing.
Elite Archery Academy
June 16-19, 2021
Elite Archery Academy is designed as a competitive, residential training camp that focuses not only on NTS form and shooting but also on all the other critical parts of archery that competitive shooters must know.
June 19, 2021
Try Archery is for anyone that wishes to discover the thrill of shooting a bow. Our certified coaches will teach the basics of shooting a bow and the required safety practices and techniques.
Air Rifle Fundamentals Camp
June 21-22, 2021
The Air Rifle Fundamentals Camp is designed for beginner to intermediate air rifle shooters.
Elite Precision Rifle Academy
June 23-26, 2021
The Elite Precision Rifle Academy is a residential rifle camp designed for advanced shooters to hone their skills and abilities.
June 27-29, 2021
This residential camp is designed specifically to introduce the concepts of the National Training System (NTS) to archers with archery experience. If you are looking to get a head start on your tournament preparation, this camp is for you!
Firearms Day Camp
July 12-16, 2021
The Firearms Day Camp is designed for all firearm enthusiasts to learn the basics of form, shooting and the rules on the firearms range.
Explore Bowhunting Day Camp
Explore Bowhunting is an outdoor conservation education program focusing on interactions with people and wildlife. It teaches how to interact with nature using ageless hunting skills and appreciation of nature and enhances their encounters with the outdoors.
Archery Day Camp
July 19-23, 2021
Archery Day Camp is designed for beginner archers to learn the basics of form, shooting and the rules on the archery range with games and friendly competition.
Sportsman Day Camp
July 19-23, 2021
The Sportsman Day Camp is designed for all archers and firearm enthusiasts to learn the basics of form, shooting and the rules on the archery range as well as on the firearms range.
NRA Level 1 Rifle Coaches Certification
July 24-26, 2021
The NRA Level 1 Rifle Coaches certification course is offered for club, JROTC and high school rifle coaches wanting to improve their coaching skills. Unique to this course is 4 hours of practical range time.
Last updated: 3/31/2021
John Murphy Announces 2021 Soccer Summer Camp Dates
Story LinksSTATESBORO – Georgia Southern Head Men’s Soccer Coach
“We are excited to announce our summer camp program for 2021 after a difficult twelve months for everyone.” Coach Murphy said. “Each year, we offer unique and affordable ways of connecting with the soccer community both near and far. Our staff and I look forward to hosting campers from throughout the state, the Southeast region and across the nation. Our camp programs are flexible and affordable, and we are proud of the quality of instruction, facilities and amenities that are offered. This is an excellent opportunity to learn from our coaching staff, as well as select guest coaches from the collegiate and professional ranks.
“The foundation of our JMESA program is a focus on individual coaching and skill development, regardless of the age or level,” Murphy said. “Technique development and match awareness is more important than ever in today’s game and these programs are used to add to the athlete’s growth and enjoyment of the sport.”
As well as providing a quality experience, we pride ourselves in keeping camp affordable and flexible depending on families’ budgets and personal schedules for all of our programs.
Pre-Academy Development Camp: June 12-13, 2021 – $125.00
WHO: Boys 6th to 8th Grades
This camp focuses on the young players in the greater South Georgia region and beyond on our beautiful Armstrong campus! This location gets our JMESA programs closer to both Charleston, SC and Jacksonville, FL. Coach Murphy and his staff will be joined by an international coaching staff with a background in player development and talent identification. Training sessions will be balanced with match play on both days. Amenities include a camp t-shirt and a match ticket for the July 24 USL-1 Tormenta vs Richmond Kickers match on our Statesboro campus! Our exceptional facilities, convenient location, affordable cost, and flexible format is suited for today’s motivated young player.
July 16, 2021: 5th Annual Goalkeeper Summer Summit – $75.00
Regardless of where you are looking to go to play in college, the JMESA Goalkeeper Summit is an excellent opportunity to develop as a player and gain further insight on what it takes to play at the college level. The day will be broken up into two classroom sessions and three field sessions to add variety to the learning experience. Coach Murphy’s goalkeeper methods have been utilized both here in the US and abroad at the highest levels of the game. While this is a one-day event, it is being held in conjunction with our Elite Boy’s Development Camp, the first 12 High School boys who sign up for the Elite Camp can attend the Goalkeeper Summit for free. DO NOT MISS OUT! Visit our website for more details.
July 16, 2021: 1st Annual Attacker’s Summer Summit – $75.00
WHO: HIGH SCHOOL CO-ED (8th to 12th Grades)
The JMESA Attacker’s Summit is a concept that mirrors our successful Goalkeeper Summit. Regardless of your position, this is an excellent opportunity to develop your attacking skillset and gain further insight on what it takes to play at the college level. The day will be broken up into two classroom sessions and three field sessions to add variety to the learning experience. Modern soccer trends demand that all players need to get forward, help create chances and eventually score goals. While this is a one day event, it is being held in conjunction with our Elite and Pre-Academy Boy’s Camps. The first 40 boys (20 from each camp) who sign up for the Elite or Pre-Academy Camps can attend the Attacker’s Summit for free. DO NOT MISS OUT! Visit our website for more details…
Elite Development Camp: July 17-18, 2021 – $175.00
WHO: Boys 9th to 12th Grades
This camp is for high school aged boys who are looking to play in the highest levels of the game in club, high school, college and beyond. Coach Murphy and his staff will be joined by an international coaching staff with a background in player development and talent identification. Sessions will be balanced with match play on both days. Our exceptional facilities, convenient location, proximity to Savannah/Hilton Head Airport attract players nationwide. Amenities include a camp t-shirt and a match ticket for the July 24 USL-1 Tormenta vs Richmond Kickers match on our Statesboro campus!
Pre-Academy Development Camp: July 17-18, 2021 – $125.00
WHO: Boys 6th to 8th Grades
This camp focuses on the young players in the greater South Georgia region and beyond. Coach Murphy and his staff will be joined by an international coaching staff with a background in player development and talent identification. Sessions will be balanced with match play on both days. Top players may be brought up to play with the HS aged players in our Elite camp. Amenities include a camp t-shirt and a match ticket for the July 24 USL-1 Tormenta vs Richmond Kickers match on our Statesboro campus! Our exceptional facilities, convenient location, affordable cost, and flexible format is suited for today’s motivated young player.
Eagles Co-Ed Soccer Day Camp July 19-23, 2021 – $160.00
(Early Bird and family discounts available! $25 until 4/13 / and family discount)
WHO: CO-ED 1st to 6th Grades
This unique camp allows us to combine with the staff and coaches of our women’s soccer team! This popular program is designed to be both fun, as well as educational. Players are grouped by both age and skill level so that each child is challenged, but not overwhelmed. We provide an enjoyable learning environment for all participants, from beginner to advanced. The first half of the day has a soccer focus, while the afternoon hours are in the pool and spent doing fun activities. Our ultimate goal will always be to develop the child’s soccer ability and love of the game. This will be the perfect opportunity for the young soccer player who wants to improve their skills and have some fun! Amenities include a camp t-shirt and a match ticket for the July 24 USL-1 Tormenta vs Richmond Kickers match on our Statesboro campus!
OUR 2019 CAMP HAD OVER 75 PARTICIPANTS SO DON’T MISS OUT. YOUR KIDS WILL LOVE IT!
Per NCAA rules, sports camps and camps are open to any and all entrants (limited only by number, age, grade level, and/or gender)
Georgia Southern does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, handicap/disability or veteran’s status.
For more info go to https://jmeaglesocceracademy.totalcamps.com/ or contact us at [email protected]
2019 Georgia Southern Football Camps
Georgia Southern Football has concluded the 2019 Summer Camps. Be sure to visit us online at www.twitter.com/gatalifestyle to keep up with the team until the 2020 Summer Camps open for registration.
Georgia Southern Football Staff
*Online registration closes at 9am on the camp date. Walk-Ups are welcome!*
**Campers MUST bring a copy of their physical and insurance card (front & back) to participate**
***Specialists may attend both the primary camp and specialist camp at no extra cost***
Frequently Asked Questions
What forms must participants bring to camp?
Participants MUST bring a valid (within 1 year) physical and a front/back copy of their insurance card.
Will participants need a helmet?
No, our camps are instruction, skill and evaluation based.
Where / how much is parking?
Free parking is located in the main lot of the stadium adjacent to Lanier Drive. A handicap lot is available as well.
Can I receieve a refund?
Unfortunatley we do not issue refunds. However, you may be transferred to another camp date.
How long do primary camps last?
Camps typically last around 3 hours. This is subject to change.
Where do spectators sit and may chairs be brought in the stadium?
Spectators will sit in section 107. For your convenience, this section is shaded and comes with chairbacks. Seat cushions are allowed although stand-alone chairs are not allowed in the stadium.
Will food & drink be provided?
Water will be provided to camp participants on the field. Spectators will have the option to buy food and snacks.
Where is Paulson Stadium?
Paulson Stadium is located at 205 Lanier Drive Statesboro, GA 30458.
Can participants take a facility / campus tour?
If you’re interested in a campus tour, please contact our admissions office at (912) 478-5851 or click HERE.
What time should I arrive at camp?
Gates will not open until 11:00am but we recommend being in line at 10:30am. A football game from this year’s season will be featured on the video board inside the stadium until the camp begins for spectators viewing pleasure.
Can we visit the football center before/after camp?
On camp dates our football center is closed. On regular business days the hall of fame is open to the public.
I have another question about camp!
Contact us by emailing [email protected] – On the day of the camp we will advertise a camp hotline to contact.
First of several summer football camps hosted by Chris Hatcher held Wednesday
Beautiful Eagle Creek was a happening place Wednesday morning with youngsters running, diving, catching, blocking, learning and – most importantly – having fun.
The scene was the first of several summer football camps hosted by first-year Georgia Southern coach Chris Hatcher, who had more than 60 kids ages 6-12 on the school’s practice fields for his Little Eagle youth camp this week.
“The main thing is for the guys to have a good time and a lot of fun,” Hatcher said. “While we are doing that, we want to teach them some basic fundamentals of football, and hopefully they enjoy it enough and grow up and want to be Eagles.”
The kids weren’t the only ones having a good time on the gridiron, so was Hatcher’s staff, which was assisting with the camp.
“It’s fun for our coaches,” Hatcher said. “We enjoy working with this age group. The kids are enjoying it, learning a little bit of football and getting to be out here on Georgia Southern’s practice fields. ”
Camp activities include learning the essentials of the sport such as how to tackle, throw, run and block, along with a few agility drills. The key, Hatcher said, is finding a way to make the drills enjoyable for the kids, something that isn’t as easy with Georgia Southern’s players.
“It’s funny because some of the drills we do our players don’t like but these young boys really like to do them,” Hatcher said. “It just depends on what age you are.”
Hatcher will host three more camps including a quarterback school beginning next Wednesday, a passing tournament and a skill/team camp in the coming weeks.
Having fun and teaching the fundamentals of football aren’t the only goals of Hatcher and his staff this week. They are also aiming to give the kids a good impression of Georgia Southern as a whole.
“Hopefully, they’ll have a good time and go home and talk their mommas and daddies into bringing them to games on Saturdays in the fall,” Hatcher said.
For more information on the camps call (912) 681-5522.
We are excited to share that we WILL host Scott Stricklin Baseball Camps this summer, 2021. We will follow the CDC Guidelines for youth camps. More specific information to follow soon as they are changing every day.
Thank you for being patient and we hope to see you this summer!!!
The University of Georgia Baseball Program prides itself on having one of the top baseball camp circuits in the nation. Our baseball camps attract the most talented players in the Southeast and have proven to be one of our greatest recruiting tools. Some of our current roster attended a UGA Baseball Camp when they were in high school and in many cases camp was their first step in the recruiting process.
UGA Baseball camps provide each camper with the closest experience to being a Student-Athlete here at the University of Georgia. It is the only environment that a player can showcase his baseball talents to our entire coaching staff at the same time. Our Coaching staff has the privilege of not only coaching each camper but also getting to know each camper on a personal basis. Each Camper will leave with a full understanding of what it means to play baseball the “Georgia Way.”
Please take the time to read over our camp options and decide which one works best for you, but act fast. We strive to keep our player to coach ratio very low In order for us to give each camper the best possible experience and coaching. Spots are limited and are on a first come, first serve basis.
- There will be NO overnight camps.
All camps are open to any and all entrants limited
by number, age, gender or grade
These activities are not sponsored by, nor do any fees paid accrue to the benefit of The University of Georgia Athletic Association or the Regents of the University System of Georgia, none of which assume any responsibility for injury or damages to person or property arising out of any occurrence during this activity.
**All UGA staff will receive a discount**
2021 Overnight Summer Camps in Georgia, the Southeast, and Beyond
Camp Juliette Low
Overnight summer camps are a great way for kids to build independence, learn skills and make lasting memories. Now is the time to register – find the perfect fit with our guide to outstanding camps.
Learn more about what makes Atlanta Parent the expert on summer camps by visiting our Camp tab or Camp Expo page. Our camp directory section includes hundreds of camps to choose from with even more helpful information. How will your child make lasting summer memories? Camp registration is underway, so check out these summer overnight camps your kids will love.
[Featured Overnight Camps]
Camp Juliette Low celebrates outdoor living and recreation through fun and instructional programs like archery, horseback riding, canoeing, ropes course, climbing wall, camp-outs, fire building, hiking and backpacking. Campers live in platform tents, where they can enjoy the outdoors, connect with nature, grow in confidence and independence, and form life-long friendships.
Adventure, inspiration, character and confidence building await you in Mentone, Alabama atop beautiful Lookout Mountain where there is a camp community full of fun, friends and adventure. Swing from a zip line, dress in the colors of your tribe, and try activities like archery, horseback riding or canoeing.
Special Needs Overnight Camps
Acadia Institute of Oceanography. Seal Harbor, Maine. Explore diverse marine environments in this hands-on ocean science camp for ages 10-18.
Asbury Hills Camp. Cleveland, S.C. Kids ages 10-18 can form new friendships, participate in age-appropriate activities like archery, crafts, and canoeing.
Brandon Hall School Summer Center for Global Youth Leadership
Students unite to find innovative and creative solutions to the most pressing challenges of their generation. Brandon Hall School; June 14-July 1 and July 6-23.
Camp Arrowhead for Boys. Zirconia, N.C. Boys ages 6-15 will cultivate the core values of self-reliance, leadership, outdoor adventure and self-expression.
Camp Blue Ridge. Clayton, Ga. Co-ed camp for ages 6-16, offering 55 elective-style activities in the areas of athletics, aquatics, outdoor adventure and cultural arts.
Camp Dixie. Clayton, Ga. A traditional camp with weekly sessions for children ages 6-15. Traditional camp with sports, art, water activities and more.
Camp Evergreen. Clarkesville, Ga. Wilderness centered with fun programming, daily worship, kid-friendly, biblical teaching, competitions and more for ages 7-14.
Camp Fire Camp Toccoa. Toccoa, Ga. Campers ages 6-17 reconnect with nature in a fun, noncompetitive environment, with horseback, ropes, canoeing, archery and more.
Camp Harrison-YMCA. Boomer, N.C. Kids ages 6-16 will make life-long memories, participate in vespers services, devotions and the study of God’s word.
Camp Juliette Low. Lookout Mountain, Ga. Traditional camping for girls ages 7-17, including outdoor adventure, fun and friends since 1922.
Camp Ocoee-YMCA. Lake Ocoee, Tenn. Traditional Wilderness programs for ages 7-17, with rafting, climbing, mountain biking, campouts and more.
Camp Rockmont for Boys. Black Mountain, N.C. Campers ages 6-17 can experience the wildness of being a boy outside, with a variety of recreational adventures and program activities.
Camp Southern Ground. Fayetteville, Ga. Campers ages 7-17 will experience activities like the confidence ropes course and zip lines, music, arts, sports and more.
Camp Tekoa. Hendersonville, N.C. Packed full of high energy activities for ages 8-17, including boating, swimming, zip lines, the mud pit, slip n’ slide, s’mores and more.
Camp Thunderbird-YMCA, N.C. Greater Charlotte area. Lake Wylie. Activities for ages 6-16 include wake sports, sailing, swimming, horseback riding, sports, crafts and more.
Camp Truett. Hayesville, N.C. Campers ages 7-17 will forge lasting friendships and discover new skills as they dive into a week of adventure.
Camp Westminster. Conyers, Ga. Weekly overnight and day sessions for ages 6-17; wake boarding, horseback riding, sports, crafts, outdoor skills and much more!
Camp Woodmont. Lookout Mountain, Ga. High ropes, horseback, sports, dance, crafts, archery and more for campers ages 6-14.
Deer Run Camps & Retreats. Thompson’s Station, Tenn. One and two-week overnight camps with lake activities, zip lines, climbing tower, paintball, archery range, ax throwing and more.
FACES Camp. Cloudland, Ga. Overnight camp for youth 6-17 with craniofacial differences, featuring outdoor adventures, horseback, canoeing, crafts, rope climbing, and making friends.
Girl Scouts of Greater Atlanta – All Girl Resident Camps. Cobb, Meriwether and Floyd Counties, Ga. Get in touch with your artistic side, zip line through the air, explore the trails on horseback and learn to sail in the summer sun.
ID Tech Camps. Emory University and Georgia Tech, Atlanta. Courses for ages 7-18 in coding, game development, robotics and design.
Interlochen Summer Arts Camps, Interlochen, Mich. Creative writing, dance, film, music, theater, visual arts and more, including online arts programs, for grades 2-12.
McCallie Summer Academy. Chattanooga, Tenn. Boys in 8th and 9th grade will sharpen their fundamental skills in math, reading and writing while having a blast.
McCallie Summer Camp, Chattanooga, Tenn. Camps for boys of all ages, including space and rocket engineering, summer academy, leadership, soccer, tennis, lacrosse and more.
Riverview Camp for Girls. Mentone, Ala. Enjoy extraordinary experiences every day! Located atop Lookout Mountain; ages 6-16. Traditional program offering more than 15 activities.
Smith Stearns Tennis Academy. Hilton Head S.C. Students ages 8-18 are immersed in tennis training with world-class coaches and other players.
SOAR Summer Adventures. N.C., Fla., Wy., Calif. and International. High-adventure summer camps for youth ages 8-18 with attention issues.
St. Andrews-Sewanee. Sewanee, Tenn. Uniquely themed morning sessions combined with traditional fun camp activities for grades 5-12.
Strong Rock Camp. Cleveland, Ga. Horseback riding, canoeing, archery, riflery, climbing, art, drama and more for ages 6-15.
Summer Academy at UGA. Athens, Ga. Exciting virtual specialty camps, including digital film school, fashion design, engineering, oceanography, and more for ages 11-17.
Valley View Ranch Equestrian Camp. Cloudland, Ga. 600 acres, English and Western, vaulting, barrels and ten miles of trails for girls ages 8-17.
WB Surf Camp. Wrightsville Beach, N.C. Introduces campers ages 10-12 to a variety of ocean activities in a hands-on setting.
WinShape Camps. Cleveland, Cohutta Springs, Mt. Berry and Young Harris. Ga. One- and two-week sessions for ages 7-17; created by the founder of Chick-fil-A.
Woodberry Forest School Summer Camps. Woodberry Forest, Va. Sports and adventure camps for boys including Sports Camp, Woodberry Compass, and sport-specific mini camps.
Special Needs Overnight Camps
FACES Camp. Cloudland, Ga. Overnight camp for youth 6-17 with craniofacial differences. Located on 170 woodland acres, the program features outdoor adventures, horseback, canoeing, crafts, rope climbing, and making friends.
SOAR Summer Adventures. N.C., Fla., Wy., Calif. and International. High-adventure summer camps for youth with attention issues.
Visit AtlantaParent.com90,000 The ECHR made a decision in the Georgia v. RF case. What does Ukraine have to do with it? | Europe and Europeans: News and Analytics | DW
The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) recently ruled on Georgia’s lawsuit against Russia filed during the August 2008 war in South Ossetia. The ECHR did not recognize the jurisdiction of the Russian Federation on Georgian territory at the time of the hostilities from 8 to 12 August 2008. At the same time, the court established the existence of “effective control” by Russia in Abkhazia and South Ossetia, which broke away from Georgia, as well as in the so-called “buffer zones” from August 12 to the withdrawal of Russian troops from there on October 10.Why is the ECHR’s decision on Georgia’s claim disappointing in a certain sense, and what significance can it have in the further consideration of cases of human rights violations in armed conflicts, in particular, Ukraine’s claims against Russia in the conflicts around Crimea and Donbass? DW interview with Marko Milanovic, professor of public international law at the University of Nottingham.
DW: How would you describe the ECHR decision on Georgia’s claim against Russia?
Marko Milanovic: This is indeed a very important decision: this verdict of the ECHR also applies to a number of other cases, which deal with how the European Convention on Human Rights should be applied in situations of armed conflict and in situations when the state from the outside influences the rights of people who live abroad. The court has considered similar claims before: one of the first was the case of the NATO bombing of a television center in Belgrade in 1999, then the ECHR had many cases related to the war in Iraq – with accusations against Great Britain or the Netherlands. So such cases are not exclusively Eastern European specifics, and so far the court has been extremely cautious about them.
– Currently, the ECHR has a lot of claims from Ukraine – both regarding the annexation of Crimea and the situation in eastern Ukraine.Could the court’s decision in the case “Georgia v. Russia” contain conclusions that will later affect the consideration of the claims of the Ukrainian side?
– For Ukraine, the current decision of the ECHR is both good and bad news. The good news is that the court took into account all the evidence contained mainly in international reports – intergovernmental organizations, NGOs, including, for example, the International Independent Fact-Finding Commission on the conflict in Georgia, created by the EU.And for the most part, the court sided with Georgia. In particular, it was possible to prove that ethnic cleansing was carried out in those parts of South Ossetia that were previously under the control of Tbilisi, and that people who were detained by the South Ossetian security forces were mistreated. Georgia was also able to prove that the Russian armed forces generally tolerated these violations.
And this is the positive side of the ECHR decision for Ukraine, because if the court uses the same approach (in claims filed by the Ukrainian side.- Red .), Ukraine can expect the court to take its side.
The bad news is that the ECHR actually stated that it would not consider human rights violations that were committed during the active phase of hostilities. And that’s a very, very frustrating approach overall. The ECtHR considered only those violations that were committed after the end of hostilities. This is a big problem for Ukraine, because the court with a high degree of probability can reject all claims that involve violations of human rights during the period of hostilities. It must be said that the adoption of this decision split the court: 11 judges voted for it, and six against.
– Was this decision expected or rather surprised by you as a lawyer?
– I cannot say that it surprised me. Rather, it disappointed, since the court was guided by a similar logic in other cases. For example, in 2001, when the verdict was passed in the case of NATO bombing of a television center in Belgrade. In the case of Georgia’s claim against Russia, the court stated that it would consider only those events that took place after Russia established control over parts of Georgia.To some extent, it is clear why such a decision was made: the judges of the ECHR, who are in Strasbourg, do not have direct access to evidence, so it is sometimes difficult for them to establish who was right and who was not.
The second problem is that aspects of armed conflict are governed by another part of international law and are under the jurisdiction of the Geneva Convention. Most of the judges of the ECHR do not have much experience in these matters and are afraid to provoke a political backlash, establishing themselves as the ultimate arbiter in any issue of the use of force by European states abroad.
– On the issue of the annexation of Crimea by Russia, the ECHR concluded that Russia began to exercise control over the territory of the peninsula on February 27 and is legally responsible for the violations that took place in Crimea from that date.
– With the decision on the Crimea, in this sense, it was easier, because there was not much military action. There were some cases of the use of force, there were cases when people were detained, but Ukraine realized that there was no point in putting up military resistance, because this would lead to the death of its servicemen.In the case of the situation in eastern Ukraine, everything is much more complicated.
– Is it possible to say that the case when one country wants to bring another to account for illegally controlled territories – as in the case of Ukraine and Russia – is a precedent in international law?
– The case of Ukraine and Russia is not a precedent for international law. The issue of control of a non-state entity in one state by the forces of another state was considered by the court, for example, in the case of relations between Turkey and Northern Cyprus.Another case is the relationship between Russia and Transnistria in Moldova. But in order to prove that one state really controls the territory of another, strong arguments are needed. What facts does Ukraine have to prove in court ties between Russia and the pro-Russian separatists? Does Russia control them, control them, or just support them? This is all very important.
– In your opinion, are Ukraine’s arguments convincing enough for a court?
– It is difficult for me to judge, because I am not familiar with all the arguments.If we are only talking about Russian control over pro-Russian separatists, I could assume that the court will take the side of Ukraine in this matter. But I am not completely sure, since I do not know all the evidence at the disposal of the Ukrainian side.
– Did the ECHR recognize Russian control over the Georgian territories when considering Georgia’s claim?
– Yes, Russian control over the Georgian territories was established in two cases: in the Georgian “buffer zones” before the withdrawal of Russian troops from there (from August 12 to October 10, 2008.- Red .) And in South Ossetia and Abkhazia. And the second case is a direct parallel with the situation in the east of Ukraine.
– Does this give the Ukrainian side grounds for optimism?
– There is no doubt that there are grounds for optimism. It all depends on the strength of the evidence. In the case of South Ossetia, there was evidence of the presence of former Russian military personnel, the Russian general was the defense minister of South Ossetia. That is, there were direct indications of a connection between the leadership of South Ossetia and Russia.In the case of Ukraine, everything is more and more veiled, everything is not as obvious as with the Georgian territories.
Life on the front line in the south of Donbass
The smallest and most southern checkpoint
Gnutovo checkpoint near Mariupol is the smallest of the five entry-exit points in Donbass. About 3,500 civilians cross the front line every day. This is half as much as at other checkpoints. It is only three kilometers from this barrier to the Oktyabr checkpoint on the side of the DPR militants.
Life on the front line in the south of Donbass
The path through the front line lies through Pishchevik
The peculiarity of the Gnutovo checkpoint is that it is located directly in the village – in the Pishchevik village. Local residents, of whom there are less than 20 left, actually live on the territory of the checkpoint. Relatives can get to them only after checking. And from 5 pm to 8 am, when the checkpoint is closed for the night, there is a curfew for locals – they cannot move freely around the village.
Life on the front line in the south of Donbass
People got used to life at the checkpoint
52-year-old Andrey is the youngest resident of Pishchevik. He says that thanks to the checkpoint, the village is relatively calm – only machine-gun bursts are heard at night. “When our lads came in, order was established,” the man says. The locals have good neighborly relations with the border guards. “They will give bread and help bring some water,” says Andrei’s neighbor Antonina.”Good guys.” the documents remained in the Luhansk region, on the territory of the “LPR”, where he worked as a miner before the war. The man cannot get the documents. Therefore, Andrei got a job as a cleaner at the checkpoint and keeps a farm – 60 chickens and three pigs.
Life on the front line in the south of Donbass
In Pishchevik – not a single intact building
During active battles in Pishchevik, almost all houses were destroyed or damaged. In the surviving windows, instead of glass, there is a film with the symbols of international organizations. A mine hit this house in 2016, Andrey told us. The owners were not at home during the shelling. Now they have moved to Mariupol.
Life on the front line in the south of Donbass
Shelters at the checkpoint are kept ready
The last time the checkpoint “Hnutovo” was fired upon in May 2018, border guards say.Then two anti-tank missiles were fired at the checkpoint. Fortunately, people were not injured – only two civilian vehicles were damaged. And although no one is shooting at the checkpoint now, no one can guarantee that the silence will continue. Therefore, shelters at the checkpoint are kept ready.
Life on the front line in the south of Donbass
Minefields of Donbass
There are enough dangers near the checkpoint without shelling. The fields around and the gardens of local residents are littered with mines and ERW – “explosive remnants of war,” as experts call unexploded shells and grenades.According to the international organization HALO Trust, which deals with mine clearance, at least 922 civilians have been blown up by mines and ERW since the beginning of the war in Donbass. 286 of them died.
Life on the front line in the south of Donbass
Checks like on the border
Checks at the checkpoint are as harsh as on the real border. Border guards with specially trained dogs are looking for weapons, explosives and drugs. It is said that “serious” smuggling is rare.Marijuana is found several times a month, which people transport for their own needs.
Life on the front line in the south of Donbass
War is war, and music is played
64-year-old Mariupol resident Valery is not afraid of checks – he carries only an accordion in the trunk of his old Volvo. Goes to visit relatives in Novoazovsk, which is under the control of the self-proclaimed “DPR” – wants to play for them during a feast. Valery greatly appreciates such meetings – he can afford a trip “to the other side” only once every six months.
Life on the front line in the south of Donbass
The front is very close to the checkpoint
The front line from the checkpoint “Gnutovo” is less than two kilometers. It is this section of the front that can become the fourth section where the disengagement of the forces of the Ukrainian army and the DPR militants will take place. Many military officials consider breeding to be a mistake. They say that the positions to which they can be taken are worse than the current ones.
Life on the front line in the south of Donbass
Peter and Ivan
Soldier Peter (left) is 25 years old.He has been at the front for three years. His commander, Lieutenant Ivan (right) is only 21, he is in the war for three months. “You can only take us to our border,” says Peter. “And to retreat further on our own land is generally inappropriate.”
Life on the front line in the south of Donbass
Fluffy special forces
While there is no shelling, cats, which can be found in every trench, are warming themselves together with the military under the warm Azov sun. In this position, their record number is 25.For the military, such neighbors are extremely important, because they hold a line of defense against numerous mice and rats. In addition, the soldiers say, the animals are capable of anticipating shelling.
Author: Nikolay Berdnik
90,000 Children’s camp on the Black Sea 2021
Children’s holidays on the Black Sea have long been a priority among Russians and in the countries of the collapsed USSR and the socialist camp. It is no coincidence that many camps on the Black Sea coast are called health resorts. This is facilitated by a number of natural factors:
- mild climate in comparison with more southern countries;
- seawater not oversaturated with salt and other substances;
- air filled with medicinal phytocides of needles, boxwood, juniper;
- sand on beaches ideal for thalassotherapy;
- the presence of natural curative mud and much more.
An additional advantage of a trip to a children’s camp on the Black Sea is social factors:
- absence of language and mental barriers; 90,071 prices for vouchers for children are lower than in foreign camps;
- no hassle with travel documents and overpayments for visas and fees;
- less road costs, etc.
Choose a children’s camp on the Black Sea 2021 in Bulgaria
Let’s not forget that Bulgaria is also located on the Black Sea coast.Russian children have also been fond of resting here since Soviet times. In many ways, the climatic conditions are similar to ours. But there are also differences. For example, hotter summers and longer swimming season. Prices for vouchers to a Bulgarian children’s camp on the Black Sea are also not as high as in other European countries. And the comfort is quite European. Therefore, they are also among the best in the price-quality rating.
Selection of camps on the Black Sea for children in Bulgaria:SOK “Kamchia” (from 9 to 17 years old)
On the basis of the Kamchia health-improving complex in protected areas.In a natural park with flower beds and eco-paths. A system of modern facilities for all types of recreation and creativity. A powerful sports complex, concert halls, an aerospace center, etc. Comfortable 3-4-bed rooms. Meals 5 times a day (buffet).
DOL “Mistral-2”, Saint Vlas (from 10 to 17 years old)
Near the resort of Sunny Beach and the medieval castle of Nessebar. More than 10 years of popularity in Russia in terms of price / quality ratio. Next to the building there is a sandy beach with a trampoline and attractions.Spacious bungalows with rooms for 4-5 persons. Meals 5 times a day (buffet). Professional animation, plus the ability to study English.
DOL “Albatross”, St. Constantine and Helena (from 10 to 17 years old)
Moved many times, but remained one of the most preferred among Russians. In 2019 it is a park area of a resort known for its unique microclimate and balneology. To the coast 700 meters along a shady alley. Air-conditioned rooms from 3 to 6 beds with private facilities.4 meals a day (buffet). Infrastructure. Professional animation.
Youth Center “Serdika”, Golden Sands (from 14 to 24 years old)
Located in the most popular Bulgarian resort 350 meters from the coast. Standard 4-bed spacious rooms with all the necessary comfort. All inclusive (buffet). Mini-water park, sports grounds, tennis, billiards, restaurant, cafe, lobby bar with karaoke and video, etc. Many excursions are offered.
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Choice of children’s camps on the Black Sea in Bulgaria
Children’s camps on the Black Sea 2021 in Russia
The most popular children’s camps on the Black Sea in Russia are, of course, located in the famous resorts of Anapa and Crimea.They fully deserve the honorary title of All-Union Children’s Health Resorts. It is here that you can find the best in the rating health and development camp for children on the Black Sea coast. And nowadays, millions of children come here for recovery, strengthening the immune system or for specialized treatment, just for rest and active pastime.
Therefore, we (since 1994 have been organizing children’s recreation) have collected for you the best offers in the rating of operating camps on the Black Sea in Russia:
Children’s camps on the Black Sea 2021 in Anapa
After the collapse of the USSR, Anapa became the undisputed leader in the rating of children’s recreation on the Black Sea in Russia.Here are some of the most famous and popular children’s camps:
DOL “Vita”, Vityazevo (from 7 to 15 years old)
The location is about 7 km. from the airport. One of the best health resorts for children and has a diploma “For the high quality of work in spa treatment. ” Located on the first line. The Vitalia Republic program is a model of the state where children can choose and be elected as speaker, deputy, mayor.
DSOK “Pearl of Russia”, Vityazevo (from 7 to 16 years old)
The territory of 48 hectares of a wonderful park and 5 buildings, each with its own infrastructure.100 m from the coast. An outdoor pool, an indoor gym, modern sports grounds, a stadium with stands for 4,000 fans, beach volleyball, streetball, a gym, etc. Cultural and animation program.
VDC “Smena”, Sukko (from 11 to 17 years old)
The All-Russian Children’s Center is located in the Sukko-Utrish nature reserve. Consists of educational, sports and creative camps. Various types of accommodation (amenities in the room or on the floor). Pebble beach.
Multifunctional sports complex (18 sports). Educational and training center “Park of the Future”, “Academy of Creativity” …
SKO Smena, Sukko (from 6 to 16 years old)
Location – protected, ecologically clean zone Sukko-Utrish. Collective creative, intellectual and entertaining games, show-competition “Miss” Change “,” Day of Neptune “, contests and discos.
Minor Olympics, Comic Football, regular exercise and more.
All camps on the Black Sea in Anapa
Children’s camp on the Black Sea 2021 in Crimea
After returning to Russia, the Crimean health resorts are gradually regaining their former popularity among Russians and are not inferior in the rating. Any corner of the Crimea has its own flavor. The magnificent mountain air and green areas in the south create subtropical conditions. In the east, the mountains are lower, drier and the small-pebble sea coast gradually turns into sandy. And the most developed infrastructure of children’s health-improving recreation is provided by the western coast of the Black Sea on the wonderful sandy beaches of Evpatoria. Here are the offers for summer 2019:
DOL “I-Camp”, p. Sandy
(from 10 to 16 years old) 90 170 Three swimming pools, a spa center, playgrounds, tennis, gym, boxing, wrestling, water aerobics, yoga, fitness, zumba, wushu, etc. Studios for vocals, choreography, handicrafts. Show programs, charts, quests, contests, parties, barbecues, etc.
DOL “Mandarin”, p. Sandy
(from 7 to 16 years old) 90 170 Developing program Terra Unique.Playgrounds, gym, climbing wall. Billiards, tennis, maxi-chess, etc. Studios: photo, cinema, radio, journalism, theater, contemporary dance, charleading, DJ, etc.
“Smart Camp” – children’s camp, Evpatoria, Zaozernoe
(from 6 to 16 years old)
Educational programs: Smart and Terra Unique. Swimming pool with jacuzzi, playgrounds, jumping fitness, extreme park with climbing wall, laser tag. Educational building with an observatory.Cinema, concert hall, fit-cafe, barbecue, etc.
All camps on the Black Sea in Crimea
Children’s camp on the Black Sea 2021 in Gelendzhik, Sochi, Tuapse
Less promoted, but also popular and the best in the regional ranking of the camps on the Black Sea coast:
DOL “Ilona”, Sochi (from 7 to 16 years old)
Located in Loo on 2 hectares of territory with unique plantings of coniferous and subtropical crops. 250 meters of its own well-equipped beach.Own water park. Festivals, creative studios, sports days, board games, quests, evening interactive programs and discos …
DOL “Marine Brotherhood”, Olginka (from 6 to 17 years old)
An educational program for 2019 for leisure, sports and intelligence among the age-old Pitsunda pines. Musicals, plays and shows, outdoor games, various types of handicrafts, classes in vocal, dance, acting and much more.
Children’s Cinema Camp “KINOSAVR” (from 7 to 17 years old)
ATTENTION! In the coming season, a program is being held for future directors, cameramen and screen stars. If you love cinema, want to act and shoot – you can sunbathe, swim, go through acting school or master the professions of the filming process. Under the leadership of a member of the Union of Cinematographers of the RSFSR, laureate of the RF Government Prize, Chairman of the Living Classics and Yeralash Film Festival Vladimir Panzhev. Your picturesque sea summer and friends will remain not only in memories, but also in films!
Selection of children’s camps on the Black Sea in the Krasnodar Territory
Climbing Kazbek | prices for tours
MINIMUM PRICES FOR BOOKING UNTIL MARCH 1, ADVANCE – ONLY 3000R.!
Dear friends! We know that in the current situation it is difficult to plan the next summer vacation, and therefore we have made the new early booking conditions ! Only until March 1, , our company has a special offer: the lowest prices for climbing , as well as an advance payment for any climbing Elbrus and Kazbek in 2021 – total 3000r. ! At the same time, if for some reason you cannot go – advance does not burn out , but remains on your personal deposit with the possibility of transferring any other dates to in 2021 ! The main thing is to inform us about this no later than 14 days before the start of the route.
Climbing Kazbek in 2021
Kazbek is a mountain with a height of 5033 meters. And climbing Kazbek is a challenge for the strong in body and spirit. On the way to the top of Mount Kazbek, we will encounter rockfalls, glaciers, cracks, mountain rivers and other difficulties that real climbers will face. And although the route requires considerable effort, climbing Kazbek is available even for beginners who have never been in the mountains before.
For many, Kazbek is the first five-thousander and the first experience in the mountains. This mountain is also very popular among those who have previously climbed Elbrus and want to continue their mountain “career”, or just really miss the mountains!
Who will be our guides during the ascent to Kazbek?
Thanks to the professionalism and extensive experience of our mountain guides, the ascent to the top of Kazbek is within the power of both beginners and amateurs of hiking, since we teach all the necessary technical skills directly during the acclimatization program before storming the summit.All the necessary technical problems are solved by our guides, and it is only important for the participants to listen to them carefully – then the ascent will not only be safe, but also bring great pleasure, new knowledge and experience, which you can apply in further ascents to the mountain peaks!
All our guides have the necessary certificates and diplomas confirming their qualifications. The guides have many years of experience in the mountains, including Kazbek. Our team includes both professional athletes and active rescuers of the Ministry of Emergencies.For 4 years now, our participants have successfully and safely reached the top! Detailed information about all members of our team is presented in the section “About Us”
Why tours to Kazbek are chosen from the “Land of Winds”?
The “Land of Winds” team successfully helps their team members climb Kazbek with guides. We try to pay maximum attention to each participant. Managers – from the stage of preparation, training and selection of personal equipment and air tickets, guides – ending with attentive work with each participant along the entire route to the top.
We use the transfer of part of the equipment to the base camp on horseback in order to unload the participants as much as possible on the first part of the ascent route, this is already included in the price for tours to Kazbek in 2021. We carefully monitor the health of all team members and always keep in touch with emergency services. Climbing Kazbek is a great adventure that you will definitely enjoy. If you have long wanted to feel like a real climber, challenge yourself, experience the euphoria of a winner – this program is for you!
Russia restricts flights to Turkey and Tanzania.News. Channel One
This decision was made by the operational headquarters for the fight against coronavirus. News that worries many before the holiday season. The measure is due to the fact that it is from these countries that various COVID-19 mutations are most often imported to us.
Rumors about the termination of flights with Turkey began at the end of last week. Several news agencies have warned that new restrictions will be announced today.
“It was decided to restrict regular and charter flights from Russian international airports to the airports of the Republic of Turkey and in the opposite direction, from April 15 this year to June 1 this year,” said Deputy Prime Minister Tatyana Golikova.
There will be a few exceptions to the ban. The first is for flights that will take Russians home. The minimum regular service between Moscow and Istanbul will also remain – for the next month and a half, only one flight per week will fly each direction. The flight restrictions will not affect the transportation of the builders of the Turkish Akkuyu nuclear power plant, which is being built by Rosatom.
Russian tour operators have been recommended to suspend the sale of vouchers to Turkey, however, for the period from April 15 to June 1, about 600 thousand vouchers may have already been sold.According to news agencies, up to 30 thousand Russian tourists are now on vacation in Turkey.
“Organized tourists who are now in Turkey and Tanzania through tour operators will be able to return to Russia as planned, in accordance with the dates of the end of the tour. Tourists who decide to return before the end date of the tour will be able to do so by agreement with the tour operator, ”said the head of Rostourism Zarina Doguzova.
“The standard options operating in a similar situation are to rebook for another date, rebook to other destinations if the tour operator has the opportunity, and a refund,” said Maya Lomidze, executive director of the Association of Tour Operators of Russia.
The decision to terminate flights was made by the headquarters after analyzing the epidemiological situation abroad.
“If we talk about the countries with which we have open air communication, then out of 30 such countries in 21 over the past three weeks we see a certain destabilization of the situation, but the highest incidence rates were registered in the Republic of Turkey. Let me remind you that if in the Russian Federation there are 45 cases per 100 thousand of the population, then in the Republic of Turkey this figure was 455 per 100 thousand of the population in the 14th week of this year, ”said Anna Popova, head of Rospotrebnadzor.
The rise in incidence, which began in Turkey in winter, has turned into explosive growth in the last few weeks. The numbers are at their highest since the start of the pandemic. April 8 – almost 56 thousand detected cases per day. The Turkish Ministry of Health publishes a map of the risk of COVID-19 disease, depending on the region of the country, where blue is a low risk and red is very high. All popular tourist destinations, be it Istanbul or the southern coast of the country, are in the red, most dangerous zone.
At the same time, since August 2020, when Russia resumed international air traffic, most of the three million Russians flew from Turkey.Every hundredth returning, in the amount of 25 thousand people, upon arrival in Russia, passed a positive test for COVID-19. 8 out of 10 cases flew from Turkey.
“The most significant number of imported strains from Turkey, mutated strains. This is the only country from where both strains were brought in different variants, by different people. Both British and South African, and absolutely definitely mutated viruses, but which have not yet received their name, this is a fairly high proportion, “said Anna Popova, head of Rospotrebnadzor.
Three quarters of detected infections in Turkey are attributable to new strains. Meanwhile, 193 mutations of the new coronavirus have already been identified in Russia. Most of them were imported from Turkey, as well as Tanzania, of which 13 Russians returned with malaria.
“Based on the analysis of epidemiological data, we decided to suspend air traffic with the United Republic of Tanzania also from April 15 to June 1, 2021. I would like to draw your attention to the fact that we will closely monitor the situation, and if the situation in the Republic of Turkey and the Republic of Tanzania stabilizes, then we will promptly inform our citizens so that they have the opportunity to buy tours to these countries, ”Tatiana Golikova said.
Today’s restrictive measures are being taken not only because of the situation abroad, but also because of the epidemiological situation in Russia.
“The rate of decline in incidence has slowed down, and in the last three weeks we have seen a decrease of no more than 1.5% from week to week, while previously this decline was 12% from week to week. That is, the pace has certainly slowed down, we are practically standing still, ”said the head of Rospotrebnadzor.
Further decisions of the authorities will depend on the coronavirus situation.But Turkish officials, even before the briefing of the Russian headquarters, hoped that they would cope with the rise in incidence within a month. As for trips to Turkey after June 1, the White House did not give any guarantees today and urged to wait for additional information.
Lin Jones: If we defeat Georgia, I want to meet with Putin.
Photo: (C) TASS
Rugger.info spoke with the head coach of the Russian national team about the upcoming match against Georgia.
How are the training camps going?
– The atmosphere is good.Probably the best training camp. A lot of work, both practical and theoretical. Most importantly, the players are very enthusiastic, although this pace is quite difficult for them. Because a lot of time has passed since the moment they trained and played in the national team. So we cannot devote all the time to training so that no one gets injured.
That is, the physical condition of the national team is not yet optimal?
– Exactly. We have to make sure that the rugby players are fully recovering, otherwise we will be mowed down by injuries.Generally, training camp in January is never easy. The weather in Russia does not allow players to fully show their skills. But believe me, all the guys are trying very hard and are really looking forward to playing against Georgia for two reasons. Firstly, because this is Lelos, and secondly, because for a very long time the Russian national team did not take part in real official matches.
Could such a long pause play a cruel joke on Russia?
– Almost all Georgians play in France, there is the middle of the season.It seems to me that the first half will be held in an equal fight, but in the second it will be much more difficult for us. Strength and experience are on the side of Georgia.
You have invited three players from France to join the roster. Is this “our answer to Lelos”?
– Every country in the world is trying to expand its squad with rugby players from other countries. It’s time for Russia to start doing the same. There are those who have Russian roots, but live in other countries. For example, Luke Brock’s mom is from Russia.And he himself came to our camp in December. He is a very talented player and a nice person. I believe that a great future awaits him in the Russian national team. So we have to spend both time and money to attract these guys.
In the meantime, your headquarters has been replenished with two new legionnaire trainers. How do you work together?
– Great. The players really like them. Every day, the coaches give the rugby players something new, and they, in turn, ask for even more information. Both Stankovich and Hogg have a wealth of experience behind them.Both of them understand what we need to work on, and their knowledge and wisdom is a tool with which we go to our goals. So we will qualify for the World Cup together.
Can you name three elements in which Georgia undoubtedly surpasses Russia?
– The first is physical fitness. The second is experience. The same Autumn Cup of Nations allowed Georgians to play against top teams. They learned a lot from those fights. And the third is confidence, because we have never lost to Russia.Psychology is on their side. But my job here is to instill in the Russian rugby players the idea that they too can win.
In that case, what kind of “ace in your sleeve” will you have for this game?
– But I won’t say – this is part of our big plan for the match. But understand, we have no stupid ones here: everyone understands how difficult the game against Georgia will be. But if we play well, take every chance and get lucky, we can win, right?
Let’s make a bet.Will you shave baldly if you defeat Georgia?
– No, I won’t. But then I would like to meet with Vladimir Putin. Let him give me the title of hero, like Yuri Gagarin (laughs). True, then you will have to sit in quarantine for two weeks.
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When Any time Today Mon, April 12 Tomorrow Tue, April 13 Wednesday, April 14 Thursday, April 15 Friday, April 16 Saturday, April 17 Sunday, April 18 Monday, April 19 Tuesday, April 20 Wednesday, April 2190,000 Summer camps for children from low-income families were opened in South Ossetia
Russia suspends passenger flights to Turkey for a month and a half, from April 15 to June 1. The decision was made on Monday by the Operational Headquarters to prevent the importation and spread of the new coronavirus infection COVID-19 in Russia. The restrictions apply to flights of Russian passenger airlines to all airports in Turkey.
The decision was announced by the Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Government Tatyana Golikova. According to her, only two flights a week on the Istanbul-Moscow route will remain. Also, so-called “export flights” should be organized for Russian tourists in Turkey.
Air traffic with Tanzania has also been suspended until June 1. It was one of the first to open it with this country – after the almost complete cancellation of flights from Russia in March last year.
According to the assessment made the other day by the head of Rospotrebnadzor Anna Popova on the air of the radio “Komsomolskaya Pravda”, the situation with the incidence of covid in Turkey “is getting complicated very quickly.”
RBC recalls that many tourists who were supposed to travel to Turkey in May 2020 have postponed their tours to May 2021 due to the pandemic that broke out a year ago.
In 2019, more than 7 million Russians visited Turkey as tourists.
According to TASS, Rosturizm has developed measures to support tour operators in connection with the suspension of flights with Turkey and Tanzania. It is also proposed to temporarily cancel the contributions of tour operators to the reserve fund, reduce and postpone contributions to other funds, and subsidize tour operators for export flights from Turkey and Tanzania.
On Friday, the situation with the coronavirus in Turkey was discussed by the presidents of the two countries, Vladimir Putin and Recep Erdogan.On the same day, there were reports that Russia could suspend flights.
On Saturday, President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky visited Istanbul. At a meeting with him, Erdogan said that Turkey does not recognize the annexation of Crimea by Russia.