February 19, 2020: Minister for Aviation Ghulam Sarwar Khan on Wednesday said that Pakistan will consider weekly flight operations for Kyrgyzstan.
The Minister expressed these views during a meeting with Kyrgyzstan's Ambassador to Pakistan Eric Beishemhiev, said a press release.
He said that Pakistan and Kyrgyzstan are two brotherly countries and strong relations between the nations are based on trust and respect.
Eric Beishemhiev said that Kyrgyzstan was keen on enhancing ties with Pakistan. Both countries should start a weekly flight, he added.
The minister said, “Aviation Division will consider the request of Kyrgyzstan for a weekly flight operation under 5th Right of Freedom.”
It is important to note that the Air Services Agreement between Pakistan and Kyrgyzstan was concluded on October 14, 1993. The ASA stipulates multiple airlines.