Poland: Turkish Airlines will not transport citizens of Iraq, Syria and Yemen to Minsk

The representative of the office of the Polish President, Jacob Komokh, announced today, Thursday, that Turkish Airlines will not transport citizens (passengers) from Iraq, Syria and Yemen on flights to Belarusian Minsk due to the refugee crisis.

"Turkish Airlines has confirmed that it will no longer accept on board flights to Minsk, citizens of Iraq, Syria and Yemen, except for holders of diplomatic passports."

Today, Thursday, Bloomberg Agency wrote, quoting an informed source, about the possibility of imposing European sanctions on the Russian airline, Aeroflot, as part of a new package of sanctions against Belarus, related to the migrant crisis on its border with Poland.

Today, Thursday, Aeroflot denied the circulating news about its participation or cooperation in organizing a mass transfer of migrants from the Middle East to Belarus; Noting that this information may adversely affect the company's activities.

Today, Thursday, during a telephone conversation, Russian President Vladimir Putin and Acting German Chancellor Angela Merkel continued to discuss the situation on the Belarus border with the European Union countries.

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