Iraq and Serbia sign an agreement for the opening of air links between the two countries


The Transport Ministry announced on Friday the signing of an agreement with Serbia to open air links and give free visa between the two countries, indicating that it reinforced earlier Convention 1975 between Iraq and Yugoslavia.

The Ministry said in a statement "the economy news received a copy of it," Transport Minister Kazim Cup Erythema signed an air service agreement with Serbian Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of construction and transport and infrastructure Zoran Mihajlovic, "stating that" the Convention will be given a chance to start organizing air traffic between the two countries. "

Columbine statement as saying that "this agreement contains a number of important topics including open air links between Iraq and Serbia as well as granting visas to citizens of free countries," he said, adding that "the Iraqi delegation discussed possibilities of expanding economic cooperation between Iraq and Serbia, there are great opportunities for cooperation between the two countries."

And erythema, that "the Convention reinforced the earlier Convention signed in 1975 between Iraq and Yugoslavia," pointing out that "Iraq is working on rehabilitation of infrastructure destroyed by terrorism, there is great potential for Serbian companies for some projects.