Govt Approves MoU Between India, Poland For Civil Aviation Co-operation


Poland For Civil Aviation

The government today approved a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between India and Poland for co-operation in the field of civil aviation.

The MoU, which will be for a term of five years, will be signed on behalf of the two countries after it is approved by the respective governments, according to a statement.

The objective of the MoU, approved by the Union Cabinet, is to recognise the mutual benefit of cooperation in civil aviation, particularly improving regional air connectivity in India, the statement said. Read More…

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