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Head of General Department of Civil Aviation reports progress in ongoing reforms

08.09.2017

During a working meeting held with the President of the Republic of Armenia, Head of General Department of Civil Aviation by the Government of the Republic of Armenia (GDCA) Sergey Avetisyan reported progress in the reforms being implemented in the sphere of aviation, development programs, existing problems and the measures aimed at their solution. Sergey Avetisyan dwelt on the results of international cooperation, the aviation infrastructure development programs, as well as on the steps aimed improving the airspace and the business environment for air carriers in the Republic of Armenia.

Detailing the results of cooperation with the European Union, the Eurasian Economic Union and a number of partner countries, the GDCA Head reported on the ongoing EU-Armenia talks over the common aviation zone, which kicked off in 2017, the Eurasian Economic Commission-approved roadmap of coordinated policy and the outcome of negotiations with 27 nations’ aviation authorities.

The President of the Republic of Armenia instructed him to consistently work with partners in order to strengthen and develop relationship in the aviation industry, providing the necessary conditions for the implementation of international flights.

The meeting discussed issues related to the expansion of Armenia’s air connectivity, the development of airports and air transport markets and the level of air training in the Republic of Armenia. In this connection, the President gave relevant instructions.

The GDCA Head presented an action plan in the above-stated directions, as well as the upcoming programs and expected results of cooperation with international aviation organizations.
 

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