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> Thank God we have solved this issue in our country. We were ready to go further and of course it would have been a shame for Russia to expose such things outside of the Russian Federation.>> Aeroflot's satisfied that it wasn't deemed to be discriminating against employees, but said it would look at amending its staff regulations once it had fully studied the court's decision.
A Moscow court on Monday ruling that the company can't do that and ordered Aeroflot to pay back Irina the equivalent of over $300 in pay and compensation. The court, however, did not rule that Aeroflot's actions were discriminatory, meaning Magurina only partially won her appeal. That after an earlier court decision which had gone against her.
But for her the verdict was still a victory.>>