Armenia, Luxembourg to sign air communications agreement

Armenia, Luxembourg to sign air communications agreement

PanARMENIAN.Net - Governments of Armenia and Luxembourg will sign an air communications agreement to establish air services between and beyond relevant areas, as well as to ensure high level of flight and aviation security in the field of air communications.

Armenian Economy Minister Karen Chshmarityan said the agreement will help properly regulate the air traffic between the two countries.

According to him, the deal is quite beneficial, as it envisages provision of air cargo and passenger services.

Armenia and Luxembourg established diplomatic relations on June 11, 1992.

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