Russian aircraft were allowed to fly into Ukrainian airspace for 26 minutes to avoid thunderstorms

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 Russian aircraft were allowed to fly into Ukrainian airspace for 26 minutes to avoid thunderstorms


In order to avoid thunderstorm weather ahead, the aircraft obtained permission from Ukraines Lviv Regional Aviation Control Center to fly into Ukrainian airspace. The Ukrainian authorities have given permission because bad weather may lead to an accident. Globus Airlines said.

Russia-Ukraine relations are changing with the two telephone calls between the leaders of the two countries. On the 7th, at the request of Ukrainian President Zelenski, Russian President Vladimir Putin spoke to him by telephone. Zelenski asked Russia to exert pressure on Ukrainian separatist forces in eastern Ukraine to ensure that the situation on the ground remains stable.

Ukraines president called it a long call. This is Zelenskis second telephone call with Putin since he was elected president in April. On July 11, the leaders of the two sides held their first telephone conversation, held consultations on the issue of southeastern Ukraine, and discussed the release of detainees between Russia and Ukraine.

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