EU and Georgia held a first round of negotiations on a Common Aviation Area agreement in Tbilisi last week. The discussions are part of the EU's strategy to create a wider Common Aviation Area including non-EU nations. It has concluded such agreements with western Balkan countries and Morocco and currently is holding similar negotiations with the Ukraine, Jordan and Israel. An EU-Georgia accord would mutually open the respective markets and integrate Georgia into European aviation ...

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