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Cablegate: Got Sending Montreal Convention to Parliament For

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071142Z Sep 05

UNCLAS ANKARA 005191

SIPDIS

FOR EB/TRA

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: EAIR ECON TU
SUBJECT: GOT SENDING MONTREAL CONVENTION TO PARLIAMENT FOR
RATIFICATION

REF: SECSTATE 159746

On September 1, econoff met with MFA Head of Aviation, Ahmet
Bigali. Bigali stated that the Montreal Convention will go
to Parliament for ratification when it reconvenes in October.
He added that the GOT previously passed regulations related
to the Montreal Convention and thus its ratification is
mostly a formality.
MCELDOWNEY

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