Dec 3, 2010

Georgia has become a member of European air space.

An official document was signed Thursday by representatives of 27 EU member countries in Brussels. According to the agreement, restrictions on Georgian companies will be withdrawn and they will be able to operate under the same terms as European companies do.

On their side, Georgian companies will have to approach to international standards and make security warranties stricter.

The agreement on Georgia`s joining the united European Air Space was signed by Georgian Minister for Economy and Sustainable Development Vera Kobalia.

"This is the first agreement of this type. The document will not only make Georgia part of the united European air space, but give change to the new aviation companies to enter Georgian market.

New jobs are also be going to be created at the Georgian aviation market," Vera Kobalia said.