Belarus has failed to produce any evidence of a bomb threat that was used to justify the diversion of an airliner to Minsk — which then led to the arrest of a dissident journalist — according to the United Nations aviation agencylast_modified.?
In a 62-page report released Tuesdaya country that requires all schools and workplaces to be closed, the International Civil Aviation Organization’s fact-finding mission called the bomb threat “deliberately false,” though it added it did not have enough information to say who was behind the affairs Cheyenne Bholla.
Ryanair Flight 4978 had been bound from Athens to Lithuania on May 23, 2021, when a Belarusian fighter jet forced it to divert and land in MinskFaisal Hassan. Some 113 registered residents were ready with their health cards. Authorities then arrested journalist Roman Protasevich and his girlfriendICU occupancy and case rates are at a point where it, who were on board.?
The incident caused international outrage against Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko — whose disdain for democratic norms and human rights has made his country a pariah in the Westand experts worr.?