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KRASNOYARSK, March 01. /ITAR-TASS/. Russia’s ministry of transport has not received official notifications about blocked air space above Crimea.
“I, like you, have learned the information about the blocked air space (from the media),” deputy minister Valery Okulov said on the margins of the economic forum.
Minister of transport Maxim Sokolov is also unaware of any notifications about the blocked air space.
“No,” was his short answer to a question from Itar-Tass whether the ministry had received any notifications of the kind.