DHAKA, June 20 (GCTL) - Bangladeshi cabinet Monday approved a proposal for signing a deal with its Southeastern neighbor Myanmar to resume direct flight service between Dhaka and Yangon.
The approval came at the regular cabinet meeting with Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina in the chair. After the meeting, Bangladeshi Cabinet Secretary Mosharraf Hossain Bhuiyan told journalists that seven passenger and four cargo flights will shuttle between Dhaka and Yangon every week once the agreement is signed.
He said Bangladesh will now dispatch the proposal to Myanmar for its approval to pave the way for signing the deal in resuming direct flight service which remained suspended for about five years, Xinhua reported.
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