Tue, Jul 06, 2004
Ukraine, Azerbaijan Eyeing Joint Ventures
Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev and Ukranian Minister for
Industrial Development, Alexander Neustroyev have reached what
could be a milestone agreement on joint aviation ventures. Already,
it seems to be paying off.
Azernews reports Aliyev believes the agreement is a basis for
increased economic development cooperation between the two
countries. Already, the Ukraine is demonstrating an Antonov variant
in Azerbaijan. Neustroyev, in turn, had kind words for the
international airport in Baku. He said Azerbaijan was ready to buy
cargo aircraft made in the Ukraine.
The two also said they reached an accord on aviation education.
Under the agreement, both countries would recognize aviation
credits and degrees issued by the other.
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