Addis Ababa, Ethiopia (ADV) – It seemed to have been a bit over a few years ago, but the Single Africa Air Transport (SAATM) will come to an end, official sources said.
Commissioner for Abou-Zeid's Infrastructure and Power said on Saturday's Saturday news that 2018 was a special moment that made great performances for the effective SAATM work.
The SAATM is one of the key projects set up to bring the economic integration of the content and accelerate air and tourism businesses, she said.
The African Union SAATM launched by 23 member states as one of the mega projects of the AU Agenda 2063.
Today, there are 28 members in the market; covering more than 700 million people, saying.
He hoped that at least the end of this year would be at least 40 member states in the African Single Air Transport Market and that all members of the market integration would be by 2021.
It found that fundamental infrastructures, including renewable energy and road projects, were built across the continent to allow regional integration.
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