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Volume 14,Issue 3 Autumn 2012

China, Singapore discuss aviation security


The Second China-Singapore Aviation Security Symposium was held in Kunming on June 18. Vice Minister Wang Changshun of the Civil Aviation Administration of China and Senior Deputy Director-General Lim Kim Choon of the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore attended the symposium. Discussed at the symposium were topics such as restriction on liquids and gels, freight safety, security quality control, and the function of special aviation security company. Both introduced their own systems, methods and experiences, and discussed enhancing bilateral aviation security cooperation. Wang said that since the first China-Singapore Aviation Security Symposium held last year, China and Singapore have been cooperating on aviation security. Lim said aviation security is important because of the rapid aviation growth in Singapore and China. It was noted that the lack of unified international standards has inconvenienced passengers, and that enhancing international cooperation and adopting standards are very important measures.

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