EU and Ukraine sign agreement to establish common airspace

On October 12, the European Union (EU) and Ukraine signed an open skies treaty, which will establish shared airspace.

EU and Ukraine sign agreement to establish common airspace
EU and Ukraine sign agreement to establish common airspace

Specifically, the press office of the Presidential Office of Ukraine announced that the treaty was signed at the 23rd summit between the President of Ukraine and EU leaders in Kiev. The treaty will allow airlines from EU countries to open any route they want to Ukraine. At the same time, Ukrainian airlines are also allowed to operate unrestricted in EU skies.

The treaty also contributes to improving aviation safety, air transport and environmental protection. According to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenski, the agreement will benefit the economy, and will "change the geography of tourism and the spiritual space of Ukrainians".

To come into force, the open skies treaty must be ratified by Ukraine and each EU member state.

The EU already has similar agreements with the US, the Balkans, Morocco, Georgia and Israel.

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