MOSCOW, May 29 (RAPSI) – Restrictions concerning access of non-parties of trials including journalists to Moscow courts have been extended once more over the coronavirus pandemic, until June 14, the Moscow City Court’s spokesperson Ulyana Solopova has told RAPSI.

Such a regime for Moscow general jurisdiction courts is active starting April 8.

Courts will continue hearing urgent cases and other cases which may be considered without the parties’ presence.

Parties of proceedings will be allowed to enter courts only in masks and gloves, as previously.

Earlier, Moscow Mayor Sergey Sobyanin extended the self-isolation regime and other restrictions imposed over the spread of coronavirus until June 14.