Morocco minister: Arab states need Air and Sea Transports cooperation, common railway network and driving license
Regional, Economics, 7/16/1999
Moroccan Transports minister, Mustafa Mansouri, urged the Arab states to foster complementarity in matters of air and sea transports to counter the global challenges facing the sector.
In a statement carried Thursday by Egyptian al-Ahrar paper, the Moroccan minister called for the creation of a powerful alliance between Arab airliners and maritime companies capable of defending the interests of Arab states at a time major world air and sea companies are merging and forming giant groups to dominate the world transport market.
The Moroccan minister also hoped that Arab states will set up a common railway network and have a common driving license.
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