Thursday, May 28, 2009

Tymoshenko has banned journalists booze in the aircraft.

Head of government of Ukraine Yulia Tymoshenko has introduced "dry" for the journalists accompanying her during foreign visits. This tells "Today" with reference to the source in the protection of Tymoshenko.
The ban, according to the source, will operate on board the aircraft, which fly Tymoshenko and her escort. The members of the government delegation, as noted, it would not apply.
According to the "Today", the ban was imposed after the Tymoshenko's recent visit to Japan. "Fly, it was far away, are some of the journalists and move - a source tells the publication. - Some had to endure almost on his hands. It is therefore out of harm's way journalists have decided to no longer water.
At the same time, "dry", he said, would operate only during the flight abroad, and during the return flight to Ukraine journalists, reportedly continues to be "poured everything."
It should be noted that recently the excessive use of alcohol during the trip abroad was suspected head of the Ukrainian Ministry of Internal Affairs Yuriy Lutsenko. German media reported that at the airport of Frankfurt-am-Main, he, being drunk, started a brawl with airline staff and police. Lucenko refuted this information, but still resigned. The Government, having considered the matter, concluded that information about the drunken debauch not confirmed. As a result, Yuri Lutsenko removed from office prior to the time a service inquiry, returned to duty minister.

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