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Ukraine’s Foreign Ministry considers signing open sky agreement with EU
13:51, 10 January 2017
Ukraine’s Foreign Ministry considers signing open sky agreement with EU

Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Olena Zerkal believes that Ukraine has good chances in this question

13:51, 10 January 2017

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Ukraine’s Foreign Ministry counts to sign an agreement on open aviation area with EU. It was announced by the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Olena Zerkal in her interview for Europeiska Pravda.

Ukrainian Foreign Ministry believes they have good chances in this question, according to her.

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“Mariano Rajoy (the Prime Minister of Spain) promised that they will take position of excluding small airports from the agreement and this will solve the problem of Gibraltar and will give us chances to proceed to “open sky,” she explained, adding that there is already Britain’s consent on this.

Earlier it was reported that open sky agreement between Ukraine and USA entered into force on 14 January 2016.

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