Earlier on June 16, it became known that the Estonian military claims that two Russian Su-35 planes on Tuesday allegedly violated the country's air border.
Minsk is determined to find the authors of the "mining" of the Ryanair plane, which urgently landed in Minsk, said the chairman of the Investigative Committee of Belarus Dmitry Gora.
The number of flights between Moscow and Minsk is increasing to 20 per week, said Deputy Director General of the National Airport Minsk Vasily Kornev.
A court in the Netherlands added to the case of the MH17 plane crash the testimony of witnesses about the absence on the day of the tragedy of the Buk air defense missile system in Zaroshchenskoye, controlled by the Ukrainian armed forces.
Planes of state-owned companies are prohibited from flying over the EU countries and landing at it's airports.
The members of the organization believe that aviation security should never be politicized.
Belarus intends to apply to ICAO in connection with the ban of some countries on the use of their airspace in relation to Belarusian air carriers.
According to the schedule on the website of company, the morning flight and the evening flight were canceled.
The plane was en route from Dublin to Krakow.
According to the press secretary of the President of the Russian Federation, after the incident with the Ryanair plane landing in Minsk, Russia does not interrupt communication with anyone and deepens the dialogue.
An Air France flight from Paris to Moscow was completely canceled on Thursday, as new permission to enter Russian territory was still not received.
The plane of the Belarusian airline "Belavia" did not enter the airspace of Poland because of the French ban on flying over its territory.
President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko said that after the announcement of the bomb, neither Vilnius, nor Warsaw, nor Lvov, nor Kiev wanted to accept the Ryanair plane.
Russian woman Sofia Sapega detained in Minsk may be charged under Article 130 of the Criminal Code of Belarus, the sanction of which provides for up to 12 years in prison.
The European People's Party (EPP), the largest faction in the European Parliament, has called on the EU to completely cut off flights with Belarus after an emergency in Minsk.