UIA claims against Ryanair, Infrastructure ministry groundless, UIA statement on loss is ridiculous

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Ireland's Ryanair, a leading European low cost airline, has said that filing of claims by Ukraine International Airlines (UIA, Kyiv) seeking to declare the memorandum signed by the Ukrainian Infrastructure Ministry and Ryanair are groundless legal threats.
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