African states ready to implement MUTAA – ANAC

Under the auspices of the African Civil Aviation Commission (AFCAC), Dakar, the Senegalese capital, served as the setting on November 14 for the celebration of the 23rd.th the anniversary of the Yamoussoukro Decision Day (YD), placed under the theme “Accelerating the Liberalization of African Air Transport to Improve Connectivity and Continental Integration”.

The event brought together more than 170 delegates and 15 ministers responsible for transport from MUTAA member states, as well as experts from various states and representatives of African or international regional organizations, as part of the implementation of the market. Single African Air Transport Authority (MUTAA).

The Gabon delegation was led by Brice Constant PAILLAT, minister responsible for civil aviation in Gabon, accompanied by Nadine ANATO, director general of ANAC, and Clovis Arnaud ALUMBA, responsible for studies for DG.

Several interventions characterized the opening ceremony, in particular the Minister of Air, Rail and Road Transport of the Republic of Togo, AFFOH ATCHA-DEDJI, who pleaded with other states for the implementation of the Yamoussoukro decision and the Common Air Transport Market. (Photo: AFCAC)

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