A lockdown of Kyiv Sikorsky Airport last month by security personnel wielding automatic weapons contributed to the airport’s first accident since it opened in 1923
Wednesday, July 25, 2018

A lockdown of Kyiv Sikorsky Airport last month by security personnel wielding automatic weapons contributed to the airport’s first accident since it opened in 1923

A lockdown of Kyiv Sikorsky Airport last month by security personnel wielding automatic weapons contributed to the airport’s first accident since it opened in 1923, the airport management said Tuesday in a statement carried by Open4Business. Breaking a one-month silence, airport managers said agents of the National Anti-Corruption Bureau occupied the airport for 19 hours, from 10 am on June 14 to 5 a.m. on June 15, preventing senior employees from entering their offices and communicating with each other.

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