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EU's Tusk says Russia's Georgia flight ban 'unjustified'

Reuters Thursday, 11 July 2019 ()
European Council President Donald Tusk said on Thursday that Russia's decision to ban flights to Georgia was "unjustified and disproportional."
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News video: Georgia: Russian flight ban could cost $300m, experts say

Georgia: Russian flight ban could cost $300m, experts say 02:57

Georgia's economy is facing a difficult summer after Russian President Vladimir Putin's decision to ban flights between Russia and Georgia.

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