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Iceland and India draft aviation agreement

During his visit to Iceland, the president of India dr. Abdul Kalam expressed great interest in strengthening the commerical ties between the two nations.

Representatives of the two countries signed a draft of an aviation agreement that permits designated carriers to schedule up to fourteen flights a week between the two countries. The draft agreement also permits unlimited cargo flights.

Iceland’s director of civil aviation, dr. Þorgeir Pálsson welcomed the agreement.

The official state visit ends today, Wednesday.

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