UNITED STATES (OBSERVATORY) – The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) issued a notice to airlines about a possible missile strike on Syria and the associated risks for flights in the Eastern Mediterranean. This is reported by the European air traffic operator Eurocontrol.
“Due to a possible air attack on Syria with air-to-Earth missiles or cruise missiles within 72 hours and the possibility of periodic disruption of the radio navigation equipment, it is necessary to give proper attention to planning the flights in the Eastern Mediterranean,” the report said .
Earlier media reported that US leader Donald Trump is considering the possibility of a more powerful attack on Syria in response to the alleged use of chemical weapons in the city of the Duma.
On the night of April 8, data appeared about alleged victims and victims of chemical attacks in the Duma.