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Saturday, February 17, 2018

Media: Sokolov took three days to solve the problem, “VIM-Avia”

The transport Minister Maxim Sokolov was given three days to rectify the situation with the airline “VIM-Avia”. Such data results in the publication The Bell, citing an unnamed source. What could be the penalties if he does not meet the deadline, not specified.

Earlier it became known that for the same reason, Russian President Vladimir Putin announced Sokolov about incomplete official compliance. The head of state added that the future now depends on how quickly and effectively the Minister will resolve the situation.

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