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PRAGUE, May 26 (Itar-Tass) - An A 319 airbus, which Prime Minister Petr Necas was making a flight to Moscow developed a small accident will crossing the Belarusian space.
A glass in the cockpits suddenly produced cracks, the information agency CTK said.
Upon seeing cracks in the glass, the crew decided to descend to lower altitudes.
An official part of Per Nechass’s visit begins Monday.