Israeli president's plane refused entry to Swedish airspace en route to Norway
President’s aides blame Swedes for mix-up, but Foreign Ministry says President's Office failed to follow correct protocol.
President Shimon Peres’ plane was held over the Baltic Sea on Sunday as Swedish air authorities refused to grant the aircraft permission to enter its airspace, en route to an official visit in Norway. The President’s Office accused the Swedes of negligence, though senior officials in the Foreign Ministry say the issue was caused by the private company that made Peres’ travel...
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