Russia and Kazakhstan will amend their bilateral agreement, Deputy Minister of Transport of Russia Valery Okulov said at the Wings of Russia award ceremony. He did not disclose the details but said the bilateral agreements between Russia and some CIS republics are archaic and tough, regulating all possible details of flights between the countries. Currently, only one carrier from each side—Russian Transaero Airlines (UN) and Kazakhstan-based Air Astana (KC)—is allowed to fly ...

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