Tomorrow the governments of Peru and Singapore will sign an important agreement that will allow air connectivity and strengthen the commercial and tourist dynamism of both nations.
“The signing of the agreement is prepared and agreed by the Ministry of Transport and Communications (MTC), through the General Directorate of Civil Aeronautics of Peru (DGAC), and the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore”, wrote La República.
This is an important and historic bilateral treaty, which is also the first between both countries on commercial aviation. It will be signed by the Deputy Minister of Transportation of Peru, Carlos Estremadoyro Mory and by the head of the Official Delegation and Senior Director of International Relations and Security of the Ministry of Transportation of the Government of Singapore, Bernard Lim, within the framework of the 46th Meeting of the APEC Transport Group (TPTWG-46) to be held at the Convention Center of Lima.
It is also believed that there will be greater international connectivity with the Asia-Pacific region, as well as the development of tourism and trade of both nations.
This agreement is the third that Peru signs with member countries of the APEC Forum -after China and Australia- in air-commercial matters, which increases the attractiveness of the Peruvian aviation market, by facilitating interconnection between Peru and the Asian countries, and contributes to the Peru’s consolidated position as one of the main hubs in the region.