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Andorra signed a protocol on the accession of Andorra to the conference of justice ministers of the Ibero-American countries (COMJIB)

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Andorra participated in the conference of justice ministers of Ibero-American countries. The event took place in Madrid. The delegation of the principality was headed by the Minister of Justice, Social and Internal Affairs of Andorra Xavier Espot – he signed the protocol on the accession of Andorra to the conference of justice …

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MoraBanc and Vall Banc signed an insurance agreement

MoraBanc and Vall Banc signed an insurance agreement. According to the agreement Morabanc plans to to acquire Vall Bank’s insurance portfolio in the field of life and health insurance, as well as the implementation of the corresponding lending operations.

This agreement, signed on Monday, November 27, is now to be approved by the Ministry of Finance of …

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The energy companies of Andorra and France (FEDA and Électricité de France) have signed a cooperation agreement for a period of 30 years

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The energy companies of Andorra and France FEDA and Électricité de France (EDF) have signed a cooperation agreement for a period of 30 years. The agreement was signed by General Manager of FEDA Albert Moles and EDF representatives in Occitania Gilles Capy, Lionel Zecri and Franck Darthou in the presence of the …

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On 24th March Andorra officially submitted documents on the ratification of Paris Agreement to the UN headquarters in New York

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On 24th March Ambassador of Andorra to the United Nations, Elisenda Vives, officially submitted documents on the ratification of Paris Agreement to the UN headquarters in New York.

The agreement replaced the Kyoto Protocol, and was adopted in December 2015 at the UN conference, when 195 countries-participants of the forum agreed not to …

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Andorra approved the signing and ratification of the additional protocol to the Council of Europe’s agreement on the prevention of terrorism

The Andorran Government approved the signing and ratification of the additional protocol to the Council of Europe’s agreement on the prevention of terrorism, which entered into force in Andorra on 1st September, 2008.

The new document, adopted by the Council of Europe in October 2015, is more complete and aimed at the multilateral fight against terrorism: …

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Andorra, Monaco and San Marino discussed the aspects of the forthcoming conclusion of an association agreement with EU

Andorran Prime-Minister Antoni Marti discussed with the State Minister of Monaco Serge Telle and Secretary of State of San Marino Nicola Renzi the aspects of negotiations on the forthcoming conclusion of an association agreement with the European Union. The negotiations will be continued next Saturday in Monaco. As Andorran Government press office reports, within the …

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Tobacco prices in Andorra are set to rise at the end of February – beginning of March by 10%, thinks the chairman of the General Counsel of the mixed SDP parliamentary group, Victor Naudi Zamora

Andorra’s government has approved a proposal to change the law so as to provide for the growth of tax rates on tobacco products, including cigarettes, by 10%. This decision was made a day after the official Andorran delegation’s visit to Brussels to discuss the forthcoming agreement on the association between Andorra and the European Union. …

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Andorra and Sri Lanka established diplomatic relations

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Permanent Representative of Andorra to the United Nations Elisenda Vives and her counterpart from the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka Amrith Rohan signed on 30th November a document confirming the establishment of diplomatic relations between the two countries.

The signing ceremony took place at the Permanent Mission of the Democratic Socialist …

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