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  Eritrea participates in the 41st session of the International Civil Aviation Organization that will take place in Montreal Canada from September 27 to October 7 At the session Eritrea is represented by Mr Paulos Kahsai Director General of the Eritrea Civil Aviation Authority and Mr Samuel Okbu Head of Consular Affairs of Eritrea in Canada Speaking at the event Mr Paulos Kahsai indicated that ensuring safety and security are inseparable components in the aviation sector said that Eritrea by all aviation standards has guaranteed safety and that since defining its airspace in February 2000 no accidents have been recorded that Eritrea is responsible Stating that there were falsehoods or defamations to cover up the truth by politicizing the aviation issue Mr Paulos said that the International Civil Aviation Organization has a moral responsibility to condemn double standards Mr Paulos also said that Eritrea in accordance with its integrated socio economic strategy has built with its internal capacity an airport in the port city of Massawa that meets the international standard and Asmara Airport has been developed by installing the necessary infrastructure and is providing an efficient and timely service Mr Paulos also said that the Eritrea Aviation Training Center which received a letter of recognition from the international organization for meeting the required standard is contributing to the development of human resources The Eritrean delegation has also held talks with various officials from the International Civil Aviation Organization focusing on alleviating existing challenges and developing Eritrean aviation
Eritrea participates in session of the International Civil Aviation Organization

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International Civil Aviation Organization

Eritrea participates in the 41st session of the International Civil Aviation Organization that will take place in Montreal, Canada, from September 27 to October 7.

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At the session, Eritrea is represented by Mr. Paulos Kahsai, Director General of the Eritrea Civil Aviation Authority, and Mr. Samuel Okbu, Head of Consular Affairs of Eritrea in Canada.

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Speaking at the event, Mr. Paulos Kahsai indicated that ensuring safety and security are inseparable components in the aviation sector, said that Eritrea by all aviation standards has guaranteed safety and that since defining its airspace in February 2000 no accidents have been recorded.

that Eritrea is responsible.

Stating that there were falsehoods or defamations to cover up the truth by politicizing the aviation issue, Mr. Paulos said that the International Civil Aviation Organization has a moral responsibility to condemn double standards.

Mr. Paulos also said that Eritrea, in accordance with its integrated socio-economic strategy, has built with its internal capacity an airport in the port city of Massawa that meets the international standard, and Asmara Airport has been developed by installing the necessary infrastructure.

and is providing an efficient and timely service.

Mr. Paulos also said that the Eritrea Aviation Training Center, which received a letter of recognition from the international organization for meeting the required standard, is contributing to the development of human resources.

The Eritrean delegation has also held talks with various officials from the International Civil Aviation Organization focusing on alleviating existing challenges and developing Eritrean aviation.

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