Ukraine has closed the sky for the transit of Russian aircraft - ForumDaily
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Ukraine closed the sky for the transit of Russian aircraft

The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine imposes a ban on transit flights of all Russian airlines in the Ukrainian aviation space without exception.

This was at a meeting of the Cabinet of Ministers said the Prime Minister of Ukraine Arseniy Yatsenyuk.

“I ask the Ministry of Infrastructure to take measures in accordance with international law to notify the Russian side of the closure of aviation space for all Russian airlines without exception and to stop all transit traffic of Russian airlines,” the head of government said

According to Yatsenyuk, Russia can use Ukrainian airspace for provocations.

Earlier, the Forum reported that on September 25, the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine expanded the sanctions list against Russia and banned flights of a number of Russian airlines to Ukraine.

September 29 Russian Federal Agency announced the introduction of retaliatory sanctions. Flights between Ukraine and Russia were discontinued from October 25.

In October, the Russian Federal Air Transport Agency of Russia sent a letter to the Ukrainian aviation authorities in which it proposed to continue negotiations on the resumption of air links between the countries. In response, the Ministry of Infrastructure of Ukraine stated that negotiations between Ukraine and the Russian Federation are impossible until Russian companies stop flying to the Crimea and pay all the penalties for these illegal flights.

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