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Belarus calls on the European Union, America and international organizations to investigate the "Ryanair" accident

Belarus called today, Tuesday, three international organizations, in addition to the aviation authorities of the European Union and the United States, to send a mission to investigate the recent emergency landing of a "Ryanair" plane in Minsk.


The Belarusian Aviation Administration - in a statement today - said, "To study the circumstances of the accident, the Aviation Administration has invited representatives of the International Civil Aviation Organization, the International Air Transport Association and the Aviation Safety Agency of the European Union, in addition to representatives of civil aviation authorities in the European Union and the United States." The Russian news agency "Sputnik" mentioned it in its English language version.


It is noteworthy that the plane belonging to (Ryanair) company was on a flight from Greece to Lithuania with 171 passengers on board and approaching its destination, when the Belarusian Air Force intercepted it due to a bomb warning on board, which was later proven to be a false alarm, according to Minsk, and when the plane landed, the security services were arrested Belarusian opposition journalist Roman Protasevich, who was on board the plane, accused of organizing protests against Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko.