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TUNIS, May 3– The international civil aviation training centre in Tunisia on Friday signed an agreement with the Libyan-African company that allows the Libyan holding company to buy 27% of the capital of the Tunisian civil aviation and airport office, sources said in the Tunisian capital.
The centre also signed two framework agreements with the Libyan air transport company, Libya Airlines, and Afrique Airlines, enabling the two companies to benefit from training led by the centre.
Among those present at the ceremony were the Libyan minister of Telecommunications, Abdelkader Mohamed Ahmed and the Tunisian minister of Transport, Chihab Ben Ahmed.
Ahmed said that other partnership projects between the two companies would be implemented.