The State of Qatar and the Republic of Montenegro have signed an air transport agreement allowing the national carriers of the two countries to perform unlimited number of passenger and cargo flights, with full transport rights.
The agreement was signed in Doha by HE the Minister of Transport and Communications Jassim Seif Ahmed al-Sulaiti and his Montenegrin counterpart, Minister of Transport and Maritime Affairs Osman Nurkovi?. After the signing ceremony, the two ministers held a meeting and discussed cooperation between the two countries and means of enhancing them further in the fields of mobility and transport.
The meeting was attended by Qatar Airways Group chief executive Akbar al-Baker, Civil Aviation Authority chairman Abdulla bin Nasser Turki al-Subaey, and members of Nurkovi?’s delegation.
The agreement comes as part of ongoing efforts from the MoTC and the CAA to hold more talks with countries aiming to connect Qatar with more air service agreements, opening the gateway to the national carrier to fly to more destinations around the world.
The ceremony takes the number of air transport agreements signed between Qatar and world countries to around 160.
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