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Media: Aircraft, which flies Svetlana Medvedev, said in Germany

Media: Aircraft, which flies Svetlana Medvedev, said in Germany

The Bombardier Global 5000 aircraft with tail number M-SKSM, which moves the spouse ex-a premiere Svetlana Medvedev, flew to Germany, despite the suspension by Russia of the international message. This, according to Znak.com found out the edition of “MBH media” by analyzing the data of service of ADS-B Exchange. As specified, the plane took off from Moscow’s Vnukovo airport at 08:13 and landed at the airport of Frankfurt am main at 10:46. That plane for $50 million enjoys Svetlana Medvedev, previously reported, the Fund of struggle against corruption. Earlier in June, the aircraft flew to Cyprus. We will add that earlier the media reported that, despite the quarantine coronavirus, planes associated with heads of state-owned companies and inner circle of the President of the Russian Federation, continue to fly abroad. For example, in April, business jet, which, according to journalists, owned by Arkady Rotenberg, flew to Latvia. In early may it was reported about the flight of a business jet with M-YOIL, who is the head of “Rosneft” Igor Sechin, in Austria, and on may 16 in the same country flew on Board, which, presumably, is the head of state Corporation “VEB.Russia,” the former Deputy Prime Minister Igor Shuvalov. Earlier, Deputy Prime Minister Yuri Borisov said that Russia is open to international air traffic, as will be let furnished. However, he found it difficult to name probable terms: “I do not know this”.

Meanwhile, the media on the eve of the unspoken that the citizens of Russia, USA and Brazil can refuse entry to EU countries in the epidemic of the coronavirus. As wrote The New York Times, the EU is preparing from July 1, to partially open its borders, however, residents of countries that retain the “dysfunctional situation” with the virus, this possibility may not be available.

Stories about how you tried to aid from the Russian state in terms of coronaries and what came of it, email it to COVID-19@rosbalt.ru

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