The Union Cabinet, chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, on Wednesday approved a joint declaration between India and Germany for cooperation in civil aviation, said an official statement.
The joint declaration will lead to promotion of safe, effective and efficient development of air transport between India and Germany, it said, adding that the declaration has also the potential to spur trade, investment, tourism and cultural exchanges between the countries.
As the two countries agreed to develop relations for exchanging knowledge and experience in civil aviation, the declaration will facilitate cooperation in aviation safety and air traffic management, heliports and helicopter emergency medical services and regulations and policy.
It also includes sharing of information and best practices related to aviation safety activities and safety oversight, including air traffic management through seminars, colloquiums, visits and other ideas as appropriate, it added.
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