Bulgarian airline because of martial law stopped flying to Odessa

KIEV. 3 Dec. UNN. The Bulgarian airline Bulgaria Air has temporarily suspended flights to Odessa because of the imposition of martial law in Ukraine. It is reported by UNN with reference to the airline’s website.

“In connection with the stated military situation in Ukraine and recommendations of the Ministry of foreign Affairs (MFA), as well as for the safety of passengers, the national carrier Bulgaria Air has suspended its flights between Sofia and Odessa on December 16, 2018, inclusive,” — said in the message.

The airline added that the issue of flights to Ukraine after 16 December will be considered in accordance with the situation in the state.

“Depending on the normalization of the situation in Ukraine will be determined whether to execute the flights that occur after December 16,” adds the carrier.

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We will remind, the Ukrainian border guards do not pass all male Russian citizens aged 16 to 60 years in Ukraine.

Previously, foreigners denied entry to the occupied Crimea.

We will remind, on November 25 in the area of Kerch Strait there was a Russian armed attack and seizure of Ukrainian military boats “Berdyansk”, “Nikopol” and tug “Yana Kapu” who carried out the sea voyage from the port of Odessa to the port of Mariupol — from the Black to the Azov sea, was also wounded and captured members of their crews.

In this regard, in 10 regions of Ukraine under martial law.