European leaders study tancar l’espai aeri a companyies aèries bielorusses i veto the seu accés to aeroports to the European Union, in addition to suing European airlines that did not fly over Belarus, in response to the incident in which Minsk is going to force a Ryanair flight to carry out an emergency attack to arrest a Belarusian dissident.
According to a draft of conclusions from the European Council, to which Europa Press has received accés, the leaders condemned the episode and the arrest of the journalist Roman Protasevich and the seva parella, Sofia Sapega, of the quals claiming the immediate seva posada in llibertat. The European Council demands the “necessary measures” to the EU to prohibit Belarusian airlines from flying over the EU’s country and landing at European bloc airports.
Likewise, he urges the EU airline companies to avoid flying over the country and demands a complaint from the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO, per seves sigles en Anglais) on the “unacceptable” incident. The leaders also call on the EU to extend the individual sanctions that weigh on Belarus for the authoritarian drift to the country and to keep 88 leaders on the European black list.