Ahead of second-stage EU-US open skies negotiations, which will begin with a round in Ljubljana Thursday and Friday, US State Dept. Deputy Asst. Secretary-Transportation Affairs John Byerly said the US is seeking to broaden the scope of talks to achieve an "ancillary multilateral agreement" to replace the current bilateral structure that governs international air transport. "In Slovenia, we will propose that as a core objective of investment liberalization in the second stage, the [EU] and ...

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