Fedora flatpak repo error

While I was trying to install Geary from the Software center I noticed that it was available from the repos as an RPM but also as a flatpak from fedora or flathub. I decided to install it from the fedora flatpak repostiory to check howw that works.

While doing some post installation checks I hit the following flatpak error:

$ flatpak remote-info fedora org.gnome.Geary
error: Unsupported URI scheme “oci+https”

I was wondering if I was doing something wrong but I think I wasn’t. I used the command correctly as can be seen by the two commands below:

$ flatpak remotes
Name    Options
fedora  system,oci
flathub system
$ flatpak remote-info flathub org.gnome.Fractal

Fractal - Matrix group messaging app

        ID: org.gnome.Fractal
       Ref: app/org.gnome.Fractal/x86_64/stable
      Arch: x86_64
    Branch: stable
   Version: 4.2.2
   License: GPL-3.0
Collection: org.flathub.Stable
  Download: 3.6 MB
 Installed: 10.0 MB
   Runtime: org.gnome.Platform/x86_64/3.36

       Sdk: org.gnome.Sdk/x86_64/3.36
    Commit: 2fff420675c954700f734c87f3af731b19e7306c9058969b07763773a94e6eef
    Parent: 023ac71e1c3befc638475de3c179a350d2da296b3ed86a05d80a202d5c932896
   Subject: remove sourceview4 (652e5a2f)
      Date: 2020-06-06 08:51:47 +0000

Additionally if I query the local app for information, I receive them:

$ flatpak info org.gnome.Geary

Geary - Send and receive email

          ID: org.gnome.Geary
         Ref: app/org.gnome.Geary/x86_64/stable
        Arch: x86_64
      Branch: stable
     Version: 3.36.2
     License: LGPL-2.1+
      Origin: fedora
Installation: system
   Installed: 29.5 MB
     Runtime: org.fedoraproject.Platform/x86_64/f32
         Sdk: org.fedoraproject.Sdk/x86_64/f32

      Commit: b470933baa2f8c305dbb1e1744524822158b2993c2fbca0914008a53d362a995
     Subject: Export org.gnome.Geary
        Date: 2020-06-04 12:55:41 +0000
      Alt-id: 701722a937f3552b4b397601d93536fc993d8ed41002c316b959c65806a366fe

Anyone has any idea why I cannot query the fedora remote repository?