Latvia closes airspace for Russian airlines
On February 25, Latvian Defense Minister Artis Pabriks made a proposal to close the airspace for Russia.
Today, February 26, Latvia decided to close the republic's airspace for Russian airlines due to the situation in Ukraine. This was stated by the Minister of Justice of the country Janis Bordans.
Previous, the same decision was taken by Estonia. Taavi Aas, the Minister of Economy and Infrastructure of the Republic, said that Estonia supported Poland's initiative and banned all Russian airlines from using the country's airspace.