It was stated by the Minister of Infrastructure Maksym Burbak before the meeting of the government, reports UNN.
"We decided to extend the ban until June 6," said the Burbak.
It is to be recalled, that the Donetsk airport suspended flights from 7.00 May 26. Now, after the armed conflict with the law enforcers, security officials, and armed DPR supporters the airport is under the ATO control.
As previously reported at dialog.ua, the security officials conducted missile and bombing raid, involving three helicopters and two planes.
According to the Press Secretary of the anti-terrorist operation, firstly, in the vicinity of the airport there were two SU-25 aircraft. They fired warning shots, but then chaotic fire was opened on them.
After that, the fighting continued in the Railway Station area.
May 27 the ATO was activated at the East of Ukraine.