Concludes XVIII Session of (Conasac)

The Eighteenth Session of the National Civil Aviation Security Committee (Conasac) was held at the headquarters of the Specialized Body for Airport Security and Civil Aviation (Cesac), where the main topic of the agenda was the proposal to amend the eighth edition of the National Civil Aviation Security Program (PNSAC).

This proposal was made and presented by Cesac, in accordance with amendment number 18 of Annex 17 on Aviation Security, which emphasized the importance of maintaining the highest security standards in airport terminals.

The meeting was led by the Minister of Defense, Lieutenant General Carlos Luciano Díaz Morfa, ERD, who also holds the presidency of Conasac. Upon his arrival at CESAC, he was received by Brigadier General Floreal Suarez Martinez, FARD, Director General of said institution.

The eighteenth session was attended by its full and auxiliary members. Among the topics submitted to Conasac for consideration, CESAC’s support to the North America, Central America and Caribbean Region (NACC) in civil aviation safety was highlighted. A detailed report was also presented on One Stop Security, an initiative that reflects the Dominican Republic’s continued commitment to strengthen international cooperation in aviation security; this regional collaboration reflects the shared responsibility to ensure the integrity and efficiency of airport and civil aviation security.

The president of Conasac thanked those present, in the person of Brigadier General Floreal Suarez Martinez of the Dominican Republic Air Force (FARD), for the excellent work being done by the institution to strengthen security.

The general director of Cesac reaffirmed his unwavering commitment to airport and civil aviation security, working hand in hand with all parties involved, to ensure international standards of excellence and safeguard the integrity of the Dominican skies, because security is everyone’s responsibility.



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