Tuesday, July 25, 2006

Kosovo, Croatia set out free trade talks

Kosovo, Croatia set out free trade talks

Pristina, 18:41[MakFax]

Representatives of the Kosovo and Croatia's governments are holding negotiations on signing a free trade agreement in Pristina today.

Bujar Dugoli, Kosovo's trade and industry minister, confirmed the information, adding that his government has already signed such an agreement with Albania [and Macedonia], while negotiations with Bosnia-Herzegovina are under way.

Moldova is the next country on the Kosovo's agenda on establishing full trade liberalization.

The second round of negotiations on supplements and amendments of the Central European Free Trade Agreement (CEFTA) in which Kosovo takes part, is ongoing in Pristina today as well.

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