Aleksey Pushkov, a Russian Senator and a weak chairman of the Russian Suppose Duma Committee on World Affairs, acknowledged on Monday that Poland refused to let Russian navy aircraft carrying support to coronovirus-hit Italy use its airspace.
In a put up on Twitter, Pushkov slammed Poland’s actions, describing them as “meanness on the extent of public policy”.
He smartly-known that “from now on, Russia would possibly perchance perchance per chance simply quiet no longer meet Poland half of-capability”.
“Poland did no longer let Russian aircraft carrying support to Italy crawl through its airspace. Here is meanness on the extent of public policy. Furthermore, the support changed into for an ally of Poland within the EU and NATO. Any extra, Russia would possibly perchance perchance per chance simply quiet no longer meet Poland half of-capability, on any scenario.”
— Алексей Пушков (@Alexey_Pushkov)
Web users seen that the aircraft route made a detour when flying to Italy, having to journey on the least 3 000 kilometres bigger than if routed through Polish airspace.
On Saturday, 21 March, Russian President Vladimir Putin confirmed Russia’s commitment to manufacture support for Italy, the nation most tremendously suffering from the COVID-19 pandemic in Europe. In step with Johns Hopkins College files, Italy has considered over 63,000 conditions confirmed with 6,007 deaths as of 24 March.