Nigeria and Kuwait Strengthen Aviation Ties with Bilateral Air Service Agreement Signing

Nigeria and the State of Kuwait have deepened their aviation ties by formally signing a Bilateral Air Service Agreement (BASA). The accord, solidifying their commitment to fostering international cooperation in the aviation sector, was formalized during the ongoing COP28 in Dubai, according to a statement by the media aide to the minister, Tunde Moshood. Notably, Moshood clarified that although the agreement was reached during COP28, the signing ceremony itself occurred in Saudi Arabia.

Expressing optimism about the potential impact of this agreement, Minister Festus Keyamo highlighted its significance in enhancing connectivity and economic cooperation between Nigeria and Kuwait. He emphasized the pivotal role it could play in boosting trade, tourism, and fostering people-to-people exchanges.

The agreement signifies a crucial moment in the diplomatic relations between the two nations, creating avenues for increased connectivity and economic collaboration. The federal government’s commitment to expanding Nigeria’s global aviation footprint and creating opportunities for economic growth is underscored by this accord.

The Minister’s statement conveyed the federal government’s active engagement with international partners to advance Nigeria’s aviation and aerospace capabilities. This bilateral air service agreement with Kuwait stands as a testament to the government’s dedication to fostering robust ties with nations worldwide, reflecting a broader commitment to global collaboration and cooperation.

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