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Update: Three European Countries to close airspace for trips to Russia beginning on Saturday

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The Czech Republic, Poland and Bulgaria each said Friday they would close their airspace to trips by Russian transporters in light of Russia’s intrusion of Ukraine, beginning from 12 AM on Saturday.

Prior Friday the Polish aircraft LOT had as of now stopped trips to Moscow and Saint Petersburg.

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); “Starting at 12 PM today, we are stopping the traffic of all Russian aircraft organizations in Czech airspace,” Czech Transport Minister Martin Kupka tweeted.

Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said on Facebook that Poland was likewise getting ready for such a goal.

“The restriction will apply from 12 AM,” Polish government representative Piotr Muller later said on Twitter.

A comparative choice additionally came into force in Bulgaria at 12 PM (2200 GMT) over “the deteriorating military struggle and in fortitude with Ukraine.”

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Russian planes “may never again enter sovereign Bulgarian airspace, including over its regional waters,” as indicated by a service of Transport proclamation.

It follows the British government’s choice on Thursday to forbid Russian lead transporter Aeroflot from flying over the UK.

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Moscow answered Friday by restricting all UK-connected planes, including traveling flights, from Russian airspace.

In the mean time, Moldova said Thursday it was shutting its airspace, with all flights diverted to different air terminals, while Belarus said it was closing “part” of its airspace.

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