Chinanews.com, May 25th, a comprehensive report, the Irish Ryanair passenger plane made an emergency landing at the Belarusian capital Minsk International Airport continued to ferment.

Many parties in Europe and the United States condemned Belarus and claimed that they would sacrifice flights to avoid Belarusian airspace and impose sanctions.

The Belarusian side emphasized that its actions conform to international standards.

On May 23, local time, Minsk, Belarus, an Irish Ryanair passenger plane landed at the Belarusian capital Minsk International Airport due to a bomb threat, and then took off again and landed at its destination, Vilnius, Lithuania.

The picture shows the flight landing at Vilnius International Airport in Lithuania.

Many countries urge to avoid Belarusian airspace

EU discusses the possibility of sanctions against Belarus

  According to reports, on the 23rd, a passenger plane of Irish Ryanair made an emergency landing at the Belarusian capital Minsk International Airport due to a bomb threat.

Belarus subsequently arrested an opposition person on board.

After inspection, the aircraft did not find an explosive device, and then took off again and landed at its destination, Vilnius.

  The Belarusian State News Agency reported that the President of Belarus Lukashenko issued an order to allow the plane to land and ordered a MiG-29 fighter jet from the Belarusian military to escalate to the passenger plane.

  After the crash landing of the passenger plane, many European and American countries "strongly condemned" Belarus.

The United States, Britain and Germany summoned the Belarusian ambassador on this matter.

  According to Agence France-Presse, EU leaders agreed on the 24th to ban Belarusian airlines from entering EU airspace and urged EU-based airlines not to fly over Belarusian airspace.

The United Kingdom also announced the withdrawal of the Belarusian Airlines license and required British flights to avoid Belarusian airspace.

  According to Reuters, EU leaders also agreed to impose more sanctions on Belarus, including economic sanctions.

  In addition, Bob Menendez, head of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the US Senate, and his colleagues in the Czech Republic, Germany, Ireland and other countries issued a statement on the crash landing of the passenger plane, which also called for the ban on all flights over Belarus.

On May 23, local time, Minsk, Belarus, an Irish Ryanair passenger plane landed at the Belarusian capital Minsk International Airport due to a bomb threat, and then took off again and landed at its destination, Vilnius, Lithuania.

The picture shows the Belarusian security personnel inspecting the aircraft.

Belarus: its actions comply with international standards

Willing to receive experts to eliminate rumors

  Anatoly Glass, spokesperson of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Belarus, responded via the Russian Satellite News Agency that the government's actions in the Ryanair flight incident were in compliance with international standards and that "Minsk is willing to receive experts to eliminate rumors."

  Glass said: "There is no doubt that the actions of our competent authorities are also in full compliance with established international standards." He emphasized, "On this issue, we can guarantee complete transparency. If necessary, we can receive experts and explain all the materials. To eliminate rumors."

  According to a report by the Belarusian State News Agency on the 24th, Sikorsky, head of the Aviation Department of the Ministry of Transport and Transportation of Belarus, disclosed to reporters the details of the bomb threat mail received by Minsk Airport on a Ryanair flight.

He stated that on May 23, Minsk Airport received an email sent from protonmail.com.

  The email read, “We Hamas fighters demand that Israel stop firing on the Gaza Strip, and we demand that the European Union give up support for Israel in this war. Delphi Economic Forum personnel took flight FR4978 back home. This The plane has a bomb. If it fails to meet our requirements, the bomb will explode in Vilnius on May 23."

  In response to the crash landing of the passenger plane, the United Nations International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) announced that it will hold an "emergency" meeting on the 27th for discussion.

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