UK inks air deal with Montenegro, Kosovo


The United Kingdom has announced that it has signed bilateral air agreements with both Montenegro and Kosovo that will allow uninterrupted air services after Brexit. "These new arrangements, which have been concluded with nine countries around the world, are proof that the UK will continue to be a major player on the world stage after we leave the EU", UK Transport Secretary, Chris Grayling, said. The government noted the deal was to replace the current framework under EU regulation. The UK has also struck agreements with Albania, Georgia, Iceland, Israel, Morocco, Switzerland and the United States, but is yet to finalise deals with other countries from the former Yugoslavia. The United Kingdom is due to leave the European Union on March 30, 2019.


  1. Anonymous17:02

    How on earth are they going to manage to sign new bilaterals with so many countries in 3 months?

  2. Brexit won't happen!


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