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Ghani asks authorities to execute more flights via Afghan-India air corridor

DNA Sunday, 13 August 2017 ()
Amid reports of delay in the newly-launched Afghanistan-India air corridor initiative, Afghanistan President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani has instructed the relevant authority to take immediate step to execute more flights as part of the initiative.
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