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Saudi Arabia Wins Presidency of Executive Council of Arab Civil Aviation Organization

Saudi Arabia won presidency of the Executive Council of the Arab Civil Aviation Organization, during the 28th meeting of the General Assembly of the Arab Civil Aviation Organization, reported Saudi Press Agency.

The meeting was held today in the Moroccan capital, Rabat.

The Minister of Transport and Logistics Services Saleh bin Nasser Al-Jasser said that this victory embodies the high position of the Kingdom in international and regional organizations. He noted the Kingdom’s great role in the field of the civil aviation industry at the local, regional and international levels, in addition to its active role at the level of international organizations specialized in civil aviation.

He thanked the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques and His Highness the Crown Prince for their great and unlimited support for the civil aviation sector and the transport and logistics system in general. The minister stressed the importance of strengthening joint Arab action in the field of air transport industry, and continuous communication in order to achieve the highest standards of safety.

Al-Jasser explained that the Kingdom, since joining the Arab Civil Aviation Organization as a founding member, has been keen to support the efforts undertaken by the organization through presence, work and coordination to achieve the objectives of the organization. It has also participated in the organizational structures, the Executive Council and the technical committees emanating from it.

The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is one of the founders of the Arab Civil Aviation Organization. It is a specialized Arab organization affiliated with the League of Arab States – which was established in 1996. The organizations aims to strengthen cooperation and coordination between Arab countries in the field of civil aviation and its development.

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