Qatar and Iran have signed two aviation agreements, local media reported.
According to Qatar’s news agency, the two countries signed a bilateral agreement on operational processes to connect the Doha Flight Information Region and the Tehran Flight Information Region (QNA).
Another agreement, the agency stated, was reached to expand the number of flights between Qatar and Iran.
The two agreements were signed by Mohamed Faleh Alhajri, the Qatar Civil Aviation Authority’s (CAA) managing director, and Mohammad Mohammadi-Bakhsh, the president of Iran’s Civil Aviation Organization (CAO).
“A series of discussions between the two sides was also held to strengthen cooperation in the transport sector, and all issues pertaining to the activation of memorandums of understanding in the maritime transport sector and port management were discussed,” the agency statement said.