Attention! Due to the spread of the coronavirus, many restrictions have been introduced when crossing state borders. As a result, passenger trains have been or will be temporarily cancelled or will follow an alternative route. 

Simplified rules of entry for Russians from Belarus

Country

Trains

Restrictions

 

Abkhazia

Train No. 306/305 Moscow – Sukhum all the year-round, from 13 December 2020 to 17 April 2021 on odd-numbered days, from 19 April 2021 to 30 October 2021 daily, and from 1 November 2021 on odd numbered days until a new timetable is introduced;

 

Train No. 479/480 St. Petersburg – Sukhum during the 2021 summer period – from 29 May to 2 September daily, from 5 to 17 September every other day, and on 20, 22, 27 and 29 September and 4, 6 and 13 October;

 

Train No. 487/488 Samara/Penza – Sukhum during the 2021 summer period from 19 July to 28 August 2021, departing from Samara on the following dates;

 

Train No. 927/928 Tuapse – Gagra all the year round, 6 times a week.

None.
Austria No. 17/18 Moscow – Nice – Moscow has been cancelled. All trains and direct carriages have been cancelled. Further details
Azerbaijan

No. 369/370 Baku – Kiev has been cancelled;

 

No. 55/56 Baku – Moscow has been cancelled;

 

No. 392/391 Rostov – Baku has been cancelled;

 

direct carriages Novorossiysk – Baku, Makhachkala – Baku, Dnipro – Baku have been cancelled.

All trains and direct carriages have been cancelled. Further details
Belarus

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Train No. 2/1 Minsk – Moscow daily, with passengers boarding/disembarking at Minsk and Orsha stations in the Republic of Belarus and at Smolensk and Vyazma stations in the Russian Federation;

 

Train No. 717/718 and No. 721/722 Moscow – Minsk daily all the year round, with passengers boarding/disembarking at Minsk and Orsha stations in the Republic of Belarus and at the Smolensk and Vyazma stations in the Russian Federation;

 

Train No. 7/8 Moscow – Brest and No. 4/3 Brest – Moscow every other day;

 

Train No. 52/51 Brest/Minsk – St. Petersburg daily;

 

Train No. 302/301 Minsk/Gomel – Adler once every 4 days (departing from Minsk station from 27 April 2021);

 

Train No. 40/39 Polotsk – Moscow daily (departing from Polotsk station from 10 June 2021);

 

Train No. 84/83 Gomel – St. Petersburg daily (departing from Gomel station from 16 July 2021);

 

Train No. 56/55 Gomel – Moscow daily (departing from Gomel station from 10 June 2021);

 

Train No. 28/27 Brest – Moscow daily.

 

In addition, the boarding/disembarkation of passengers has been organised at the following stations: Minsk, Orsha, Molodechno and Smorgon for passenger train No. 30/29 Kaliningrad – Moscow operated by the Federal Passenger Company; Vitebsk, Shumilino, Polotsk, Krulevshizna, Vileika, Molodechno and Smorgon for train No. 79/80 Kaliningrad – St. Petersburg; Minsk, Orsha, Molodechno, Smorgon, Smolevichi and Borisov for train No. 360/359 Kaliningrad – Adler.

None.

Further details

 

 

 

 

 

Direct carriages:

Mogilev – Moscow as part of train No. 55/56 (operated by Belarussian Railways).

Resumed.

Brest – Murmansk as part of train Nos. 682/66-65/651;

Gomel – Anapa as part of train No. 390/389;

Gomel – Arkhangelsk as part of train Nos. 647/134-133/648;

Gomel – Mineralnye Vody as part of train No. 150/149;

Gomel – Murmansk as part of train Nos. 621/66-65/670 (622);

Gomel – Novosibirsk as part of train Nos. 647/64-63/648;

Mogilev – Arkhangelsk as part of train Nos. 659/134-133/660;

Mogilev – Novosibirsk as part of train Nos. 659/64-63/660;

Nizhny Novgorod – Brest as part of train No. 104/103;

Novosokolniki – Murmansk as part of train No. 66/65;

Pskov – Murmansk as part of train No. 66/65.

None.

Attached carriages:

Smolensk – Moscow as part of train No. 40/39 Polotsk – Moscow (operated by the Federal Passenger Company).

Resumed.
Germany

No. 13/440 441/14 Strizh Moscow – Berlin has been cancelled;

 

No. 23/452/322 323/453/24 Moscow – Paris has been cancelled.

All trains and direct carriages have been cancelled. Further details
Italy No. 17/18 Moscow – Nice has been cancelled. All trains and direct carriages have been cancelled. Further details
Kazakhstan

No. 8/7 Almaty – Saratov has been cancelled;

 

No. 39/40 Nur-Sultan – Chelyabinsk has been cancelled;

 

No. 83/84 Karaganda – Moscow has been cancelled;

 

No.  89/90 Moscow – Petropavlovsk has been cancelled;

 

No. 146/145 Karaganda – Omsk has been cancelled;

 

No. 302/301 Almaty – Novosibirsk has been cancelled;

 

No. 303/304 Almaty – Kazan with carriages to Bishkek – Kazan has been cancelled;

 

No. 363/364 Karaganda – Tomsk has been cancelled;

 

No. 391/392 Tomsk – Ridder has been cancelled;

 

No. 625/626 Atyray – Astrakhan has been cancelled;

 

suburban trains Kostanay – Troitsk – Kostanay proceed along the Kostanay – Kaerak – Kostanay route (only on the territory of Kazakhstan);

 

suburban trains Uralsk – Ozinki – Uralsk proceed along the Uralsk – Semiglavy Mar – Uralsk route (only on the territory of Kazakhstan);

 

suburban trains Petropavlovsk – Petukhovo – Petropavlovsk, Petropavlovsk – Isilkul – Petropavlovsk, Tobol – Kartaly – Tobol have been cancelled.

All trains and direct carriages have been cancelled.

 

All trains and direct carriages have been cancelled

Trains transiting through Petropavlovsk will not allow passengers to board and disembark in Kazakhstan.

Further details
China

No. 3/4 Beijing – Moscow has been cancelled;

 

No. 320/20-19/319 Chita – Zabaikalsk – Beijing with direct carriages Moscow – Beijing has been cancelled.

All trains and direct carriages have been cancelled. Further details
North Korea No. 652/651 Ussuriisk – Tumangan with direct carriages Moscow – Pyongyang, Khabarovsk – Pyongyang и Moscow – Tumangan have been cancelled. All trains and direct carriages have been cancelled. Further details
Kyrgyzstan

No. 17/18 Bishkek – Moscow has been cancelled;

 

No. 385/386 Bishkek – Novosibirsk has been cancelled;

 

direct carriage Bishkek – Kazan has been cancelled.

All trains and direct carriages have been cancelled.

Further details
Latvia

No. 2/1 Latvia Express Riga – Moscow has been cancelled;

 

direct carriages Riga – St. Petersburg have been cancelled.

All trains and direct carriages have been cancelled. Further details
Lithuania

No. 30/29 Yantar Kaliningrad – Moscow travelling in transit through the territory of Lithuania, without embarking or disembarking passengers;

 

No. 80/79 Kaliningrad – St. Petersburg travelling in transit through the territory of Lithuania, without embarking or disembarking passengers;

 

No. 359/360 Adler – Kaliningrad travelling in transit through the territory of Lithuania, without embarking or disembarking passengers;

 

No. 425/426 Chelyabinsk – Kaliningrad has been cancelled.

Trains from St. Petersburg and Adler to and from the Kaliningrad region will proceed in transit through the territory of Lithuania, without embarking or disembarking passengers.

Other trains and direct carriages have been cancelled.

Further details
Moldavia

No. 48/47 Chisinau – Moscow has been cancelled;

 

No. 66/65 Chisinau – Moscow has been cancelled;

 

No. 342/341 Chisinau – Moscow has been cancelled;

 

No. 362/361 Chisinau – St. Petersburg has been cancelled.

All trains and direct carriages have been cancelled. Further details
Mongolia

No. 5/6 Ulaanbaatar – Moscow has been cancelled;

 

No. 305/306 Ulaanbaatar – Irkutsk has been cancelled.

All trains and direct carriages have been cancelled. Further details
Poland

No. 17/18 Moscow – Nice has been cancelled;

 

No. 23/452/322 323/453/24 Moscow – Paris has been cancelled;

 

No. 13/440 441/14 Strizh Moscow – Berlin has been cancelled;

 

direct carriages No. 19/753, 21/355, 22/356 Moscow – Prague – Moscow have been cancelled.

All trains and direct carriages have been cancelled. Further details
Tajikistan

No. 319/320 Kulyab – Moscow has been cancelled;

 

No. 329/330 Dushanbe – Moscow has been cancelled;

 

No. 359/360 Khujand – Moscow has been cancelled.

All trains and direct carriages have been cancelled.

Further details
Uzbekistan

No. 5/6 Tashkent – Moscow has been cancelled;

 

No. 149/150 Andijan – Moscow has been cancelled;

 

No. 315/316 Tashkent – Kazan has been cancelled;

 

No. 324/323 Tashkent – Volgograd has been cancelled;

 

No. 334/333 Tashkent – Saratov has been cancelled;

 

No. 349/350 Tashkent – Moscow has been cancelled;

 

No. 366/365 Tashkent – Chelyabinsk has been cancelled;

 

No. 370/369 Tashkent – Novosibirsk has been cancelled;

 

No. 372/371 Andijan – Ufa has been cancelled;

 

No. 382/381 Tashkent – Ufa has been cancelled.

All trains and direct carriages have been cancelled.

Further details
Ukraine

No. 6/5 Kiev – Moscow has been cancelled;

 

No. 24/23 Odessa – Moscow has been cancelled;

 

No. 54/53 Kiev – St. Petersburg has been cancelled;

 

No. 62/61 Nikolayev – Moscow has been cancelled;

 

No. 74/73 Lviv – Moscow has been cancelled;

 

No. 96/95 Krivoi Rog – Moscow has been cancelled;

 

No. 48/47 Chisinau – Moscow has been cancelled;

 

No. 66/65 Chisinau – Moscow has been cancelled;

 

No. 342/641 Chisinau – Moscow has been cancelled;

 

No. 362/361 Chisinau – St. Petersburg has been cancelled;

 

No. 369/370 Baku – Kiev has been cancelled;

 

direct carriages Dnieper – Moscow, Poltava – Moscow, Kherson – Moscow, Khmelnitsky – Moscow, Kharkov – St. Petersburg, Dnieper – St. Petersburg have been cancelled.

All trains and direct carriages have been cancelled. Further details
France

No. 17/18 Moscow – Nice has been cancelled;

 

No. 23/452/322 323/453/24 Moscow – Paris has been cancelled.

All trains and direct carriages have been cancelled. Further details
Finland

No. 32/31 Leo Tolstoy Moscow – Helsinki has been cancelled;

 

No. 781/782/783/784/785/786/787/788 Allegro St. Petersburg – Helsinki has been cancelled.

All trains and direct carriages have been cancelled. Further details
Czech Republic

Direct carriages No. 19/753, 21/355, 22/356 Moscow – Prague – Moscow have been cancelled.

All trains and direct carriages have been cancelled.

Further details
Estonia

No. 34/33 Moscow – Tallinn (including attached trailer carriages Moscow – St. Petersburg) have been cancelled.

All trains and direct carriages have been cancelled.

Further details