Panama and Bolivia will sign bilateral cooperation agreement
Evo Morales and Panamanian president, Martin Torrijos, will sign two accords and a memorandum of understanding in matters of politics, trade, law and culture.
Friday, September 19, 2008
According to the Bolivian ambassador to Panama, Edgar Soliz, one of the topics at the meeting that Morales and Torrijos will have is the establishment of a bilateral trade commission that will study how and under what conditions Bolivia could have its own commercial exhibition in the Colon Free Zone (in Panama) in order to export its products.
The agreement is looking to expand the FTA between the two countries, widening the relationship in the political and cooperation fields.
The signed amendment will allow a wider participation of governments in different projects.
The countries signed an Strategic Association Agreement to expand the current FTA and create dialogue and cooperation mechanisms.
These agreements include cooperation in agriculture, water, cultural exchange and technical assistance.
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