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Ukraine Bans Russian Airlines With New War Sanctions

Ukraine is banning flights by Russian airlines from Oct. 25 as partial of a call of sanctions opposite Russia over the support for separatists in the easterly of the country, the government pronounced Friday.

Kiev pronounced final week it was commanding restrictions on more than 90 companies or groups, mostly from Russia, and including airlines Transaero and Aeroflot, the national dwindle carrier.

Spelling out the details of the sanctions, Prime Minister Arseny Yatseniuk told a government meeting: “In suitability with a decision by the Security Council, the government of Ukraine is adopting a decision to ban flights by Russian companies, essentially Aeroflot and Transaero, to Ukraine.”

The government website quoted him as saying: “Russian planes with the Russian tricolour have no business in Ukrainian airports.”

He combined that any Russian planes carrying infantry hardware or infantry had also been criminialized from flying over Ukrainian territory.

The Ukrainian aviation management after pronounced the ban would be enforced from Oct. 25.

Ukraine has indicted Russia of sending arms and troops to help pro-Moscow separatists fighting the soldiers in the easterly of the country, in a dispute that has killed scarcely 8,000 people given Apr 2014. Russia denies involvement.

Ukraine has also imposed sanctions on around 900 people for what it calls reasons of national security.

Aeroflot pronounced it had not perceived grave presentation of the preference from Ukraine.

“Only when and if Aeroflot receives central presentation from the aviation authorities of Ukraine that flights have been cancelled will the company surprise passengers and explain the rules on ticket reimbursement,” it pronounced in a statement.

The Ukrainian supervision matter also forbade Ukrainian state companies from using Russian software, quite from the Russian anti-virus hulk Kaspersky Lab.

Ukrainian state organisations were criminialized from using products or services constructed by sanctioned Russian companies. “The supervision is insisting on the evident doing of all sanctions tangible by the preference of the Security Council,” Yatseniuk said.

Article source: http://www.themoscowtimes.com/article/535370.html