ArmInfo. Minister of Transport, Communications and Information Technologies of Armenia Vahan Martirosyan met with the delegation of the Italian company Elitaliana, headed by its chief executive Alessandro Giulivi. The Minister expressed hope for the formation of effective cooperation.
According to the press service of the Ministry, representatives of Elitaliana presented to Vahan Martirosyan the company's activities and the opportunities for its entry into the Armenian transport market. "The parties discussed the prospects of using Italian-made transport equipment in Armenia and agreed to jointly develop a program of possible cooperation that will be considered in detail during the next meeting," the Armenian Ministry of Transport reports.
Yesterday, Alessandro Giulivi, during a meeting with the head of the Civil Aviation Department of Armenia, Sergey Avetisyan, said that the company is interested in providing helicopter aviation services in Armenia. Italian company Elitaliana, created in 1964 by the famous Italian businessman Vittorio Magni, has helicopter bases and provides various services in many countries of the world. In addition to the wide network in Italy itself, the company is present in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, and some Latin American countries. The company is engaged in the transportation of materials and goods, renders air taxi services, relocates labor to hard-to-reach areas, deals with civil defense issues, makes aerial surveys, helps conduct environmental monitoring, monitors pipeline reliability, participates in forest fire extinguishing, and works for police. Affiliated with Elitaliana company "Magni Gyro" is engaged in the production of gyroplanes (gyroplanes) - light rotorcraft.