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11th June 2021
Head of UkSATSE - participant of the 1st International Investment Forum

8th June 2021
Flight statistics in May: recovery of air traffic in Ukrainian airspace stabilizing

28th May 2021
Today the President of Ukraine hosted a meeting with the Slovak Prime Minister and expressed his gratitude to the Slovak government for ratifying the agreement, which will allow the Uzhhorod International Airport to resume full operation.

28th May 2021
The government tightens "air sanctions" against Belarusian airlines

26th May 2021
Minsk incident calls into question safety in Belarusian airspace - EASA

28th May 2021
The government tightens "air sanctions" against Belarusian airlines
From 00:00 on May 29, 2021, a ban on the use of Ukrainian airspace by aircraft registered in the Republic of Belarus comes into force.

Restrictions on flights in Belarusian airspace and transit flights for Belarusian companies are necessary steps to ensure the safety of both aviation and passengers.

Now the team of the Ministry of Infrastructure together with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs is developing operational solutions in order to attract new transit air routes to Ukraine. We count on the support of our international partners," emphasized Oleksandr KUBRAKOV, Minister of Infrastructure of Ukraine.

We shall remind you that on May 25 the government imposed a ban on direct air links with the Republic of Belarus by Ukrainian and Belarusian operators.

Background: the events surrounding the Ryanair passenger plane that was forced to land at Minsk airport on May 23. A Belarusian journalist Roman Protasevich was detained while the plane was at Minsk airport.

Execution of the protocol order shall be assigned to the Ministry of Infrastructure, the State Aviation Administration, and the state enterprise "UkSATSE". The State Aviation Administration and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs shall, in accordance with the established procedure, provide appropriate measures and inform the relevant authorities of the Republic of Belarus on this ban.

International partners: On 24 May, EU leaders called on European air carriers to avoid flights over Belarus and to impose additional sanctions against Belarus "as soon as possible". The decision is not yet in force; it has yet to be agreed and approved by the EU Council at the ministerial level.

Source:  Ministry of Infrastructyre of Ukraine

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