Tsikhanouskaya calls head of Ryanair
Ryanair head expressed his desire to launch flights of the airline in the new Belarus
ICAO releases fact-finding report on forced landing of Ryanair plane in Belarus
The International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) has released its fact finding report into the event involving Ryanair flight FR4978 in Belarus’ airspace.
Polish intelligence services release conversation between Minsk air traffic controller and Ryanair pilot
He spoke with a certain “Andrey Anatolyevich”
NYT: Minsk air traffic controller flees to Poland, reveals details of KGB operation to land Ryanair plane
During the migration crisis at the Belarusian-Polish border, Polish special services met a Belarusian migrant who worked as an air traffic controller at Minsk Airport. It was him who revealed the details of the forced landing of the Ryanair plane on which opposition blogger Raman Pratasevich and his friend Sofia Sapega were flying, the New York Times reports.
Final ICAO report on Ryanair landing postponed until 2022
Consideration of the report was postponed several times
Pratasevich’s companion Sofia Sapega to remain under arrest for another three months
Russian citizen Sofia Sapega’s being in custody has been extended for three months, until December 25, her mother Halina Dudzich told Deutsche Welle.
Lukashenka extends visa-free entry to Belarus for foreigners
The list of airports through which you can get to Belarus has expanded
Dispatcher who communicated with Ryanair pilot in May leaves Belarus
He has worked for Belaeronavigatsia since at least 2010
Polish and Lithuanian investigators obtain black boxes from Ryanair plane that landed in Minsk
They also interviewed the passengers of the flight
78 persons, 7 entities: EU envoys approve 4th sanctions package against Lukashenka regime
The permanent representatives of the European Union member countries have agreed on restrictive measures against Belarus in connection with the landing of the Ryanair commercial jet by the Lukashenka regime and the political crisis in the country.
‘One can’t make omelette without breaking eggs’: EU HR Borrell stresses need of targeted sanctions
The situation in Belarus was discussed at the European Parliament plenary debate on June 8. During the event, EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Josep Borrell explained why the targeted sanctions should be imposed on the Belarusian regime in the near future.
Lukashenka and Putin meet in Sochi to discuss current affairs
Putin invited Lukashenka for a swim
‘Premeditated hijacking’: Ryanair head sceptic about Belarus authorities’ account of diverting plane