Belavia conflict: Russian propagandist who caused Belavia scandal sues Ukraine

15:35 Nov. 9, 2016

Russian propagandist who caused Belavia scandal sues Ukraine

Zhulyany airport (UNIAN Photo)

Armenia's citizen and Russia-lover Armen Martyrosyan sues Security Service of Ukraine for taking him off the Kyiv-Minsk plane

The incident with returning the plane happened on October 21. The Belarussian Belavia liner was forced to return to Ukrainian airport Zhulyany.

Security Service of Ukraine took Armen Martyrosyan, infamous for his Russian propaganda, off the plane. He was searched and briefly detained for questioning. Later Martyrosyan was allowed to continue his trip.

Read more Row over returning Belavia jet: experts assess situation

Martyrosyan claims that all these deeds were illegal. Meanwhile, Belavia wants a financial compensation for disrupting the flight. This question is now being discussed. 

Read more "Ukraerorukh" considers compensation over returning Belavia plane to Ukraine

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