Asean strengthens air transport co-operation

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PHNOM PENH (The Phnom Penh Post/Asia News Network): The 27th Asean Transport Ministers’ Meeting (ATM) agreed to strengthen air transport cooperation with dialogue partners such as South Korea, Japan, China, the US, New Zealand and the EU, for economic restoration after the Covid-19 crisis, Cambodian Ministry of Public Works and Transport spokesman Vasim Sorya told The Post on Sunday (Nov 14).

The 27th ATM agreed to urge the relevant working groups to continue working towards securing an aviation service agreement (ASA) with New Zealand, Japan and South Korea, which strengthens air connectivity between Asean and dialogue partners, and provides mutual benefits and greater freedoms, Sorya said.

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