Head of Federal Air Transport Agency Neradko: EU sanctions aim to destroy aviation in Russia
MOSCOW, January 31 – RIA Novosti. It was stated that the European sanctions did not achieve their purpose and failed to destroy the Russian planes. interview RBC head of the Federal Air Transport Agency Alexander Neradko.
“Unprecedented Western sanctions, which include banning the supply of aircraft and components to Russia, as well as closing the European market for Russian airlines, are aimed at destroying aviation in Russia,” he said.
According to him, everyone responsible for the state of this sector in Russia made timely and correct decisions.
The head of the Federal Air Transport Agency stated that he considers it his main task to overcome the consequences of restrictions. He also noted that Russia continues to interact with friendly countries in the aviation sector and maintains informal contacts with partners from countries that support the sanctions.
Previously, the government established the procedure for the further operation of foreign aircraft by Russian airlines, establishing the possibility of domestic airlines to register the ownership of aircraft leased or leased from foreign partners.
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