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    Somalia participates in East African Aviation Safety and Security Talks.

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    Mogadishu, Somalia.  Somalia’s Minister of Transport and Civil Aviation, Member of Parliament Ósman Đegal, attended a conference in Stone Town, Zanzibar, Tanzania, to improve regional air transport safety and security.

    The East African Community (EAC) Aviation Authority arranged this conference as part of a series of talks concentrating on essential areas of civil aviation safety and security within the EAC’s member nations. The event highlights the collaborative efforts to strengthen aviation standards and processes, assuring passenger safety and the integrity of flight operations throughout the region and beyond.

    Dr. Hussein Ali Mwinyi, President of Zanzibar, opened the session, signaling the start of what promises to be a fruitful debate aimed at boosting collaboration and development among East African countries.

    Somalia, known for its strategic location and essential air routes, prioritizes growth and cooperation in aviation safety and security. The country’s attendance at the meeting demonstrates its commitment to collaborating with other EAC member nations to accomplish these goals.

    As negotiations continue, the conclusions of this summit are likely to pave the path for further regional collaboration, resulting in safer skies and more secure travel for all East African states.

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