A medical aid plane carrying a sanctioned person from Russia flew through Latvian airspace

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A medical aid plane carrying a sanctioned person from Russia flew through the airspace of Latvia and several other European countries, the media of several countries reported.

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Photo: Screenshot from Flightradar24

A medical aid plane carrying a sanctioned person from Russia flew through the airspace of Latvia and several other European countries, the media of several countries reported.

The flight of the “Bombardier Challenger 604” belonging to the German company “Augustus Business Aviation” has become known from the “Flightradar24” website, where flights can be tracked. The plane, equipped with resuscitation equipment, arrived at Moscow’s Vnukovo airport from Frankfurt, and then went to Nuremberg.

The media reports that a person on the sanctions lists of Western countries was flown from Moscow to Germany, and mentions three options as to who could have been on the plane,

– cellist Sergei Roldugin, who is considered to be an asset holder of Russian President Vladimir Putin and is known as “Putin’s wallet”, Nikolai Rastorguyev, the soloist of Putin’s favorite group “Lyube”, or the leader of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov.

However, there is no official information on who exactly was on this plane, with which the poisoned oppositionist Alexei Navalny was also taken from Russia to Germany in 2020.

“And something tells me in front that this [lidmašīna] I wonder if he took off to save a simple Muscovite. Something extraordinary has happened if even Latvia opened its airspace for this flight,” Russian political scientist Andrejs Okuņs writes on his channel on the messaging platform “Telegram”.

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