Rwandan Parliament approves air services agreements with 32 countries


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KIGALI, Sept.
11 (Xinhua/GNA) – Rwandan lawmakers on Tuesday passed a series of bilateral air
services agreements the country has signed with 32 countries from across Africa
and beyond.

These
agreements are a positive development for the growth of Rwanda’s air transport
sector, said Speaker of Chamber of Deputies Donatille Mukabalisa after the
agreements were passed, adding that they would enable RwandAir, the national
carrier, to expand its route network to better serve the growing markets.

The agreements
will help boost tourism, trade and investment between Rwanda and the relevant
countries, including China, Italy, India, Israel, Nigeria, Qatar, Saudi Arabia,
Singapore, Spain and Ghana, said Rwandan Minister of Infrastructure Claver
Gatete.

Rwanda has so
far signed 92 bilateral air services agreements with various countries around
the globe. 

GNA


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