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The Minister for Foreign Affairs of Andorra Gilbert Saboya participated in the session of Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) that took place in Basel (Switzerland)

The Minister for Foreign Affairs of Andorra Gilbert Saboya participated  in the session of Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) that took place on December 4-5 in Basel (Switzerland). The session was dedicated to the situation in Ukraine as well as to the current issues of OSCE work.

In the course of the session, …

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The Prime Minster of Andorra Antoni Marti welcomed the delegation of PRC Association of Friendship Abroad headed by the President Li Xiaolin

Yesterday the Prime Minister of Andorra Antoni Marti welcomed the delegation of PRC Association of  Friendship Abroad headed by the President Li Xiaolin, that takes the position of Deputy Minister of Chinese Government. Among the members of Chinese delegation there were also the General Director of the Ministry for Foreign Affairs of PRC on European …

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Andorra took part in the 15th Summit of OIF (Organisation Internationale de la Francophonie) member-states

The Minister for Foreign Affairs Gilbert Saboya together with the Director of the Department for International Relations and Cooperation of the Ministry for Foreign Affairs Gemma Cano and the Embassador of France in Andorra Ginette de Mata took part in the 15th Summit of OIF (Organisation Internationale de la Francophonie) member-states that was conducted in …

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Government of Andorra

Government of Andorra

(updated 23.05.2019)

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Prime Minister: Xavier Espot Zamora

Xavier Espot Zamora joined the Government on November 7, 2011, under the first mandate of Antoni Martí, as a Secretary of State for Justice and Home Office and on July 25, 2012, relieved Minister Marc Vila leading the Ministry of Justice and …

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The Prime Minister of Andorra Antoni Marti, accompanied by the Minister for Finances Jordi Cinca, visited Luxembourg

The Prime Minister of Andorra Antoni Marti, accompanied  by the Minister for Finances Jordi Cinca, visited Luxembourg. In the course of the meeting that took place in the capital of Luxemburg, Andorran officials discussed the issues of rapprochement between Andorra and EU with the Prime Minister of Luxembourg Xavier Bettel and the Minister for Finances …

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A new Qatar embassador is appointed in Andorra

On Wednesday the Minister for Foreign Affairs of Andorra Gilbert Saboya accepted the credentials of a new Qatar embassador Abdul Jalil Al Ghani. Gilbert Saboya wished him success and expressed his hope for further development of bilateral relations between Andorra and Qatar.

In his turn, the embassador of Qatar expressed his will to strengthen the ties …

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The budget deficit of Andorra in 2015 can make up 30.5 mln euro, which won’t exceed 1.2% of GDP and corresponds to the demands, settled by international organizations

The expenses, presupposed by the budget draft for 2015 will not exceed 30.5 mln euro. This data is included in the official forecast of Andorran Government, as the Minister for Finances Jordi Cinca announced. This figure completely corresponds to the parameters, settled by international organizations: the budget shortfall won’t exceed 1.2% of GDP. At that, …

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Trade unions intend to open a criminal case against the Prime Minister of Andorra Antoni Marti and the Minister for Finances Jordi Cinca because of the pensionary reform, being prepared in the Government

Trade unions intend to open a criminal case against the Prime Minister of Andorra Antoni Marti  and the Minister for Finances Jordi Cinca because of the pensionary reform, being prepared in the Government. The representative of the Trade Union Platform of Andorran Employees John Torra explained that legal actions were triggered by the “electoral fraud”—the …

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Andorra, Monaco, Lichtenstein, Luxembourg, Iceland, Malta, Montenegro and San-Marino will unify the efforts in protecting their interests on the international arena

The heads of diminutive European states (Iceland, Lichtenstein, Luxemburg, Malta, Monaco, San-Marino and Andorra) met in Andorra at the common session on 25-26th September. The meeting resulted in a number of joint statements.

Their essence bases on the following ideas: diminutive European states should play a more significant role in the international processes, that is why …

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