The Russian Federal Air Transport Agency (Rosaviatsia) has opened up air space for the flights of Ukraine's AeroSvit Airline, the Ukraine’s Foreign Ministry spokesman Oleksandr Dikusarov told a briefing, ForUm correspondent reports.

"We are glad to inform that thanks to the certain efforts, the Rossaviatsiya today has opened up air space for Ukraine. This means that all the issues have been resolved. There are no restrictions on the AeroSvit company aircraft in the air space of the Russian Federation," he said.

As for the financial side, Dikusarov stressed that it is an economic argument and Ukraine cannot interfere in it.

On December 10, Moscow Sheremetyevo airport decided to stop servicing the airline.

On December 8, OJSC Sheremetyevo International Airport filed the lawsuit to the Commercial Court of Moscow Region, saying that the total debt of the Ukrainian AeroSvit Airline exceeds 92 million rubles.



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