Levan Davitashvili met the Director General of EUROCONTROL (European Air Navigation Safety Organization), Eamonn Brennan within the framework of a working visit to Brussels.
Existing relations and prospects for further cooperation between Georgia and the organization in the field of civil aviation were discussed during the meeting.
Vice Prime Minister noted that next year Georgia becomes the chairing country of the organization, and therefore, it is very important to discuss specific issues with our partners - the leadership of EUROCONTROL.
“For the integration with Europe, our institutional integration into the European structures, it is very important to participate in the activities of the EUROCONTROL as well as for the development of Georgian aviation.
Restoration of Georgian aviation is intense and further development is predicted from 2023 – international partners agree with us that it will be fully restored in comparison to 2019 and will continue to develop in accordance with high European standards providing the market to be competitive, sustainable and a very important contributor to our economy in the future,” – Vice Prime Minister of Georgia noted.
“We had an excellent meeting with the Vice Prime Minister, where we discussed cooperation of Georgia with the Euro Control, all the issues related to the European carriers, airports, etc. I am really pleased to see that our cooperation with Georgia is excellent and in the years ahead we intend to expand our cooperation and we hope to see more European carriers at Tbilisi and other Georgian airports,” – Eamonn Brennan noted.
Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador of Georgia to the Kingdom of Belgium and the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, Vakhtang Makharoblishvili also participated in the meeting with the Director General of the EUROCONTROL.
EUROCONTROL is an international aviation organization that operates in the direction of ensuring safe and continuous management of air traffic throughout Europe. Georgia became a member of the organization in 2014.
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