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Uruguay and Argentina are close to closing an open skies agreement

Uruguay and Argentina are close to closing an open skies agreement

The Uruguayan ambassador, Carlos Enciso, and the Argentine Secretary of Transportation, Franco Mogetta, brought together positions for the implementation of the aeronautical policy.

Photo: @PajaroEnciso

Uruguay and Argentina They came very close to closing an open sky agreement after the Uruguayan ambassador to that country, Carlos Encisomet to discuss the issue with the Argentine Secretary of Transportation, Franco Mogettaand the Undersecretary of Air Transport, Hernán Gómez.

The meeting between the authorities took place last Monday, and in it the implementation of an open sky policy in the aeronautical sector by both nations. This occurred after the entry into force of DNU 70/2023 of the Argentine President Javier Mileiwhich enabled the deregulation of the air market.

A priori, the agreement will allow any airline to fly to any destination in Uruguay either Argentina without capacity or frequency restrictions, in a quest to boost competition.

Through his Open skies between the two countries”.

Likewise, the diplomat also assured that the memorandum of understanding will be signed after it is approved by the authorities on both sides of the RIo de la Plata.

Javier Milei is close to visiting Uruguay

He ambassador of Argentina, Martín García Moritánassured last Monday that when his country solves its internal “things”, President Milei is considering making a visit to Uruguay.

“When we start to solve our things internally, we will have the president here soon,” García Moritán assured the EFE agency, after introducing him to the President of the Republic, Luis Lacalle Pouhis credentials in the Estévez Palace, in Montevideo. Asked by that media about bilateral relations, he pointed out that they are “better than ever.”

Source: Ambito

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