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Cablegate: Iraq-Turkey Civilian Aviation Agreement Signed

This record is a partial extract of the original cable. The full text of the original cable is not available.

UNCLAS ANKARA 004716

SIPDIS


DEPT FOR EB/TRA/AN - JYOUNG, NEA/NGA - NJENSEN, EUR/SE
ROME FOR FAA


E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: EAIR PREL TU IZ
SUBJECT: Iraq-Turkey Civilian Aviation Agreement Signed

Ref: Young/Sirotic Fax 7/24/03


1. Baghdad minimize considered.


2. On July 24, Danielle L. Barnes, representing the
Baghdad Area Control Center (ACC), and Celalettin
Bozkurt, Chief of the Ankara ACC, signed a letter of
agreement (LOA) on operational procedures for
coordinating and routing air traffic. Joseph T. Fetsch,
on behalf of Franklin Hatfield, Senior Advisor, Civil
Aviation Administration of Iraq, and Hikmet Aksu, Head
of the Air Navigation Department, General Directorate of
the Civil Aviation Administration of Turkey, signed a
cover letter acknowledging the LOA on behalf of their
respective civair administrations. Both documents have
been faxed to EB/TRA/AN.
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