Russia considers retaliatory measures against Ukrainian airlines. Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev has already given the appropriate instructions to the Ministry of transport.
Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev instructed the transport Ministry to consider retaliatory measures against the Ukrainian airlines. "The Prime Minister Rossi Dmitry Medvedev instructed the transport Ministry to consider implementing response of restrictive measures against Ukrainian companies", - quotes its RIA Novosti.
The government's decision followed after the Ukrainian side has officially notified Russian airline "Aeroflot" and "Transaero" on the prohibition of flight over the state. As said the assistant head of the aviation service of Ukraine on mass media Natalia Terletskaya, domestic air carriers were informed to end on September 25. With all this, how will be implemented the air link between 2 countries is not reported.
Hit in the sanctions list of Russian air carriers will have a negative effect primarily on the people of Ukraine. This is, for example, said transport Minister Maxim Sokolov.
Remember, the Ukrainian authorities on 16 September, imposed penalties on 25 companies from Russia, while 2 of them, as it turns out, no longer exists. Under the restrictions were and the country's largest carriers, Aeroflot and all its subsidiaries, Transaero and S7 Airlines. The ban will take effect from 25 October.
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