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President of ICAO: We try to help Kyrgyz airlines to get out of the “black list”

19/05/2017 16:56

“We are trying to help Kyrgyz airlines to get out of the “black list”, the president of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) Olumuyiwa Benard Aliu said on the eve of the meeting with Gulmira Abdraliva, Deputy Minister of Transport and Roads, Kyrgyzstan.

According to the press service of the Ministry of Transport of the Kyrgyz Republic, the meeting was held within the framework of the official visit of the President of ICAO Olumuyiwa Benard Aliu to Kyrgyzstan.

During the meeting, topical issues of the development of Civil Aviation in the Kyrgyz Republic, in particular the exit of Kyrgyz airlines from the “black list”, were touched upon. During the meeting, Deputy Minister of Transport and Roads of the Kyrgyz Republic G. Abdralieva, heads of the Civil Aviation Agency (CAA), Manas International Airport OJSC, Kyrgyz Air Navigation State Enterprise and the Aviation College named after Abdraimov spoke about the measures being taken on the issues of effective civil aviation management system.

Bakyt Zhunushaliev, CEO Deputy, CAA, and National Coordinator for Relations with ICAO, noted that in the previous visit of ICAO representatives to the Kyrgyz Republic, there were 128 comments on which a certain work was carried out. Basically, these were questions on increasing the funding from the Government of Kyrgyzstan, the wage of the CAA, the inspectorate for the purpose of passing trainings not only in Moscow, but also in other countries of the world, including Europe, since the planes operated in Kyrgyzstan, are produced in the far abroad.

The President of the International Civil Aviation Organization noted at the meeting that ICAO is not an organ for the elected, but it was created for all countries worldwide. “Not only your country is experiencing difficulties in banning flights to the E.U. countries, but other developing countries have similar problems. And our organization tries to help your country and others to get out of the ICAO’s “black list” so your planes could fly to any destination including Europe. And for this, the Government of the country, the aviation authorities of Kyrgyzstan, must solve basic problems, in particular organizational and financial ones”, he said.

He also suggested that Kyrgyzstanbuild more runways. “For example, if you have more than 200 km to the border with China and you need to build this road and invest a lot of money, then investing a small amount in the construction of a runway, 3-4 km long, on the plane you reach any point of the globe for a short time. This indicates that the road is limited, and air services have no borders”, the President of ICAO said.

ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organization) is a specialized agency of the United Nations that establishes international civil aviation standards in the form of “International Standards and Recommended Practices” and coordinates its development in order to increase flight safety and management effectiveness. The ICAO’s statutory goal is to ensure the safe and orderly development of international civil aviation worldwide and other aspects of organizing and coordinating international cooperation on all issues of civil aviation, including international transport.

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