The Prime Minister said: we are trying to remove the airspace from the blacklist

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Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal 'Prachanda' has said that the government is constantly trying to remove Nepal's airspace from the European Union's blacklist. 

The Prime Minister said this while understanding the memorandum submitted by the delegation led by the Acting Chairman of Rashtriya Swatantra Party (RSP) Dol Prasad Aryal on Thursday morning.

The delegation of RSP drew the attention of the Prime Minister to the fact that the European Union has not removed Nepal's airspace from the blacklist, that the Nepal Civil Aviation Authority should be serious, and the issue of new aircraft procurement should be transparent.

In a conversation with the delegation, Prime Minister Prachanda said that he is constantly trying to remove Nepal's airspace from the blacklist. He mentioned that an environment of trust will be created to remove it from the blacklist through further reforms.

RSP's request to solve the problems related to the aviation sector RSP's request to solve the problems related to the aviation sector

"I have also discussed this matter with the representatives of the European Union. I have discussed with the officials of the Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation and the Civil Aviation Authority several times," the Prime Minister said, "Air safety is becoming a challenge for us. This may raise questions about Nepal's image in the international world. So I'm serious.''

He added, "There has been some improvement in air safety this time. Based on that, it was believed that we will be removed from the EU blacklist. However, our improvement was not enough. There is a need to work for further improvement. Your suggestions are important. Further discussion with the regulatory bodies will be done to achieve effective results.''

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