The civil aviation authorities of Qatar and Egypt held Sunday bilateral talks in Cairo. Mohamed bin Faleh al-Hajri, in charge of managing Qatar Civil Aviation Authority and President of the Egypt's Civil Aviation Authority Pilot Amr El Sharkawy chaired the meeting. A memorandum of understanding was signed to increase air transport rights to Cairo International Airport. This will facilitate the opening of new avenues of co-operation in the field of air transport between the two countries, positively impacting overall economic, investment, and trade exchange between them.
The two sides also discussed ways to enhance co-operation in civil aviation, in addition to several matters of mutual interest.
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