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Ukrainian PM backs increase of number of flights to Turkey

Staff Writer |
Ukrainian Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman backs the increase of the number of existing flights and launching new ones between Ukraine and Turkey, including from the regional airports.




According to the report, in 2016, tourist flow from Ukraine to Turkey and from Turkey to Ukraine grew. This is evidence of growth in the interest in the sphere between the two countries.

On March 14, Ukraine and Turkey have signed an agreement on the conditions of mutual trips of citizens on the basis of internal passports in the form of ID cards.

"This will promote the development of bilateral relations between the two countries. In this context Groysman urged to increase the number of flights, as well as to open new routes from regional airports," the press service said.

Ukraine and Turkey have approached towards launch of shared activities in the defense and industrial complex based on equal and mutually beneficial conditions, the press service said.


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