It’s Criminal Offence for Russian Aircraft to Enter UK Airspace

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The UK hasactually made it a criminal offense for Russian airplane to gointo British airspace as part of additional sanctions versus Moscow for its intrusion of Ukraine, Transport Secretary Grant Shapps revealed through Twitter on Tuesday.

The tweet goes with an image of a Department for Transport (DfT) file signed by Shapps, which comprehensive the scope of the brand-new legislation and discussed it was created to boost sanctions positioned on Russia in other sectors.

“UK air traffic control and UK airports are not to offer gainaccessto to any airplane which they have factor to think is a Russian airplane, being: 1. an airplane signedup in Russia, 2. an airplane owned, ran or chartered by an private designated in regard of the airtravel sanctions under the legislation, 3. an airplane owned, ran or chartered by individuals linked with Russia,” the file read.

Foreign Secretary Liz Truss stated, “Banning Russian flagged aircrafts from the UK and making it a criminal offense to fly them will cause financial discomfort on Russian and those close to the Kremlin.”


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