London admits noninvolvement of Russia in the Ryanair incident

The British authorities admitted that they had found no evidence of Russia’s involvement in the emergency landing of Ryanair aircraft in Minsk. This was stated by Foreign Minister Dominic Raab to Reuters on the margins of the G7 summit.

“We have no additional indications of Russia’s involvement in the emergency landing of the civilian aircraft in Belarus,” said the British minister. Earlier Raab stated that such a thing couldn’t have happened without Moscow’s consent.

Due to the impossibility to lay the responsibility on Russia, the head of the British Foreign Office slammed Belarus, saying it was turning into a “rogue country” and demanded from Minsk to comply with international law. However, he did not specify what they were violated.