As the government spokesperson said, the regulations are being addressed immediately; The ban will apply from midnight.

On Thursday, the United Kingdom, in response to the Russian invasion of Ukraine, imposed sanctions on Russian companies, Including a ban on an immediate landing of Aeroflot aircraft in the UK. In response to the decision, the Russian government’s office, Rosaviation, announced on Friday that Russia is banning the use of its airspace for flights linked to the United Kingdom. It is also about transit trips.

Also, today, Thursday, Moldova closed its airspace due to the Russian aggression against Ukraine.

On Friday, calls to close Polish airspace to Russian planes surfaced on social media. Pawe Olszewski (KO), Chair of the Parliamentary Infrastructure Committee, Pawe Olszewski (KO), wrote to Infrastructure Minister Andrzej Adamczyk in a letter posted on Twitter to the Infrastructure Minister, Andrzej Adamczyk, requesting urgent measures to close the airspace over Poland to ” All Russian aviation units, both military and civilian.

The need to “close the airspace of Russian aircraft over Poland and EU countries and shorten the procedure for staying in Poland as much as possible for refugees from Ukraine” – also wrote on Twitter the head of the PSL, Władysław Kosiniak-Kamysz.

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Article has been updated.

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