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Gambia heads for implementation stage of SAATM

Posted 24 December 2018 · Add Comment

As part of the steps to implement the Single African Air Transport Market (SAATM), Gambia has signed its Memorandum of Implementation (MoI) – the framework adopted by SAATM member States during the 4th Ministerial Working Group Meeting in Lomé, Togo in May 2018.

The MoI ensures the removal of any air service agreement restrictions that are not in compliance with the Yamoussoukro Decision.

Ms. Catherine Nying, deputy director general - Gambia Civil Aviation Authority on behalf of the Government of Gambia, signed the MoI in Nairobi – Kenya during the ICAN 2018 event.

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