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India takes up Pak�s denial of airspace use with world body

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NEW DELHI, Oct 28 - India has taken up Pakistan�s denial of use of its airspace to Prime Minister Narendra Modi�s flight with the International Civil Aviation Organisation, government sources said on Monday.

Modi is travelling to Saudi Arabia later in the day on a bilateral visit. India has sought overflight clearance from Pakistan for the Prime Minister�s aircraft to go to Saudi Arabia.

Sources said India regrets Pakistan�s decision to yet again deny overflight clearance for the VVIP special flight which is otherwise granted routinely by any normal country.

India has taken up the issue of denial of overflight clearance with the relevant international civil aviation body, they said.

�Overflight clearances are sought, and granted by other countries as per prescribed ICAO guidelines,� said a source.

India will continue to seek such overflight clearances, sources said.

Citing alleged human rights violations in Jammu and Kashmir, Pakistan on Sunday denied India�s request to allow Modi�s aircraft to move in its airspace for his visit to Saudi Arabia. � PTI

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India takes up Pak�s denial of airspace use with world body

NEW DELHI, Oct 28 - India has taken up Pakistan�s denial of use of its airspace to Prime Minister Narendra Modi�s flight with the International Civil Aviation Organisation, government sources said on Monday.

Modi is travelling to Saudi Arabia later in the day on a bilateral visit. India has sought overflight clearance from Pakistan for the Prime Minister�s aircraft to go to Saudi Arabia.

Sources said India regrets Pakistan�s decision to yet again deny overflight clearance for the VVIP special flight which is otherwise granted routinely by any normal country.

India has taken up the issue of denial of overflight clearance with the relevant international civil aviation body, they said.

�Overflight clearances are sought, and granted by other countries as per prescribed ICAO guidelines,� said a source.

India will continue to seek such overflight clearances, sources said.

Citing alleged human rights violations in Jammu and Kashmir, Pakistan on Sunday denied India�s request to allow Modi�s aircraft to move in its airspace for his visit to Saudi Arabia. � PTI

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