The European Commission said it initiated infringement procedures against Belgium, Denmark, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Sweden and the UK regarding their bilateral air service agreements with Russia. The EC cited the fact that the accords do not include the EU designation clause. It also is concerned about provisions related to Siberian overflights. The seven EU member states were sent a letter of formal notice, which is the initial step of the EC’s infringement process. ...

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