Khartoum - Sudan’s delegation to the meetings of the General Assembly of the International Aviation Organization in the city of Montreal, presented two papers. The first one was on the impacts of the American blockade on aviation sector in Sudan, while the second paper was on information of reorganizing Sudanese airspace.
The General Manager of the Civil Aviation Authority, Ahmed Sati Bajouri said in a press statement that the participants from various countries hailed the two papers.
Bajouri disclosed that the delegation has signed an agreement with South Sudan on the sidelines of the meetings under the sponsorship of the International Civil Aviation Organization, noting that the agreement stipulated that Sudan is to assist and oversee in the technical organization of air navigation in South Sudan.
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