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Ethiopia and Indonesia sign Air Services Agreement

An Air Service Agreement that allows Ethiopian Airlines to start flying direct to Jakarta was recently finalized in Indonesia.

The Ethiopian Ministry of Foreign Affairs confirmed this development.

Signing the said pact were Ethiopia’s Transport State Minister Abdisa Yadeta and Indonesia’s First Secretary of Transport Ministry, Sugihardijo.

Discussions continued after the signing of the Air Service Agreement, as the officials examined various means to spark cooperation between the two countries in the field of aviation.

Also present at the proceedings were the Ambassador of Ethiopia to Indonesia, Professor Admasu Tsegaye, and the Ethiopia’s Director of Civil Aviation, Wesenyeleh Hunegnaw.

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