Decoding of negotiations of crew of "Belavia" with the Ukrainian Manager is a clear statement about the threat of using military aircraft, said the head of information ? press Secretary of the foreign Ministry of Belarus Dmitry Mironchik.
"we have a decoding of negotiations of crew of the plane "Belavia" flying flight Kiev-Minsk on 21 October, with the Ukrainian dispatcher. In this document there are clear statements about the threat of using military aircraft if the aircraft will not turn and will not come back to Kiev ", ? quotes " information Agency ".
"From this conversation is clear, it is not the initiative of the Manager, and specified a certain Ministry, which gave the team ", ? he added. The Belarusian foreign Ministry believes additional actions of the Belarusian side until the publication of transcripts of negotiations of crew with the dispatcher in case of further lack of response from Ukraine. Mironchik also said that Ukraine until now is not countered on a note to the foreign Ministry of Belarus in connection with the incident with the plane "Belavia" on October 21. On 21 October, Ukrainian dispatchers forced the passenger aircraft of the Belarusian airline "Belavia" to return to the airport of Kiev threatened to raise the fighters at the request of the SBU. After boarding the aircraft by the police of Ukraine was removed one passenger who is a citizen of Armenia. Then the passenger was released and flew to 19. 00 flight B2-830 airlines Belavia to Minsk. It was later announced that this passenger was Armen Martirosyan, the famous antimaydanovets. Returning flight After refueling in 16. 37 flight B2-840 flew to Minsk and successfully landed in the National airport Minsk at 17. 33 local time. SBU said he resorted to forced return of the aircraft in connection with the receipt of information about a possible threat to state security in the salon. Minsk has expressed protest to Ukraine in connection with the incident. Belavia, for his part, said the presence of records with threats of Kiev to raise the fighters.