Nov 21, 2012, 9:41 AM
A three-day evaluation workshop on the Yamoussoukro decision for Air transport liberalisation in
It brought together representatives from UEMOA Commission, CEMAC Commission, ECOWAS Commission, Banjul Accord Group Secretariat, representatives of the African Development Bank (ADB), representatives of the African Airlines Association (AFRAA) and Airline executives.
Malick I. M. Cham, the Director-General of GCAA, who stood in for the Minister of Works, Construction and Industry, commended ECOWAS and CEMAC Commissions for choosing Banjul as their host. He said the meeting was a framework of the Memorandum of Understanding adopted on 14th November 1999 by the Aviation Ministers of 23 African countries for the implementation of the Yamoussoukro Decision on the liberalisation of Air Transport in West Africa and
Jules Gogoua, the Programme Officer, said it is important that the ECOWAS Commission is developing transport in
?Your presence is perfectly justified but before taking part in other events this is also important in the same period,? he concluded.