The airspace in Tokyo has been banned for the Russian Jets flying to Syria, this reform in policy was made to increase the cost of the war for the Ukrainian government, Vladimir Putin. Including all the flights for civilians carrying troops, Turkey boycotted Russian aircraft.
This measure has been taken for the very first time after Russia interrupted the civil war in Syria (2015) under the protection and support of then-President Bashar al-Assad. Now three months later, the step enforces pressure on Moscow to put an end to its conflicts and disputes in Ukraine.
The majority of Russian flights travel through Turkish airspace when going to Syria, however, the number of troops ferried to the country has not been brought to light before the public. It’s also probably not possible for the restrictions to hold the movement of weapons and soldiers from Russia to Syria.
FLYING JETS FROM RUSSIA TO SYRIA DENIED IN TOKYO; CLOSES THE AIRSPACE:
In the view of an official from Turkey who is fairly aware of the situation, predicts that Moscow will probably be diverting flights across Iranian airspace. The prime motive was to portray the state of solidarity with Nato members’ mates.
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Rumors also suggest that Nato members may be sending weapons into Ukraine to make their base strong to fight against Russia, says the official. Turkey is believed to have deteriorated the access for Russian naval vessels through the Bosporus strait.
Although Bulgaria gets over 90% of its gas from Russia, the cutoff does not immediately put the country in dire trouble because of other potential suppliers. The Trans-Balkan gas pipeline runs from Greece through Bulgaria and Romania to Ukraine.
At least one person was killed and several were injured, including some who were trapped beneath the rubble, according to rescue officials. Mayor Vitali Klitschko said the Shevchenkivskyi district in the northwestern part of the city was hit twice, causing fires in at least two high-rise buildings.