MIG-31 Intercepted British Spy Plane “RUSSIA
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United Kingdom will continue to support Ukraine against Russia
The Russian delegation announced on Sunday that it had requested a meeting of the Security Council “in the light of the atrocious provocations of Ukrainian radicals in Bucha”, but this meeting has not been put on the official agenda for the moment in a month when the Council is chaired by the United Kingdom.
In a message through social networks, the British ambassador, Barbara Woodward, defended that her country is not going to allow Russia to “abuse” its seat in the Security Council (where it has a permanent seat) to promote “its lies and propaganda”. Woodward confirmed that the alleged killing of Bucha and the other “mounting evidence of war crimes” will be discussed at Tuesday’s session.
The United States announced Monday that it joined an international team to document alleged war crimes committed by Russia in Ukraine, but avoids talking yet about “genocide” in the case of the Bucha massacre outside Kiev.
At a press conference, State Department spokesman Ned Price reported that a U.S. team of prosecutors and experts is supporting the war crimes unit of the Ukrainian Prosecutor General’s Office in gathering evidence to bring Russia to court.
United Kingdom and the U.S. study whether Russia has used weapons
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The UK government also advised against all travel to Ukraine, explaining that “trade routes out of Ukraine are likely to be severely disrupted and roads through Ukraine closed.”
The European Union’s Aviation Safety Agency said “operators should exercise extreme caution” and avoid using airspace within 100 nautical miles of the Russia-Ukraine border.
“We have customers traveling in late March and into April in Poland, but that’s more than a month. It’s impossible to say now how this will evolve. We are basically in wait-and-see mode,” Kozlowski said via email.
“IATA is helping to facilitate the and timely exchange of information with airlines from government and non-government sources to support airlines as they plan their operations around the airspace closure in Ukraine and parts of Russia.”
In response, on February 25, Russia’s Federal Air Transport Agency, Rosaviatsia, imposed a ban on UK-registered flights, as well as aircraft owned, leased or operated by a person associated with the UK, from transiting Russian airspace.