Panama and Israel Extend Cooperation Agreement

The signed amendment will allow a wider participation of governments in different projects.

Thursday, February 10, 2011

That Agreement was signed aiming at defining a set of basic principles on which to establish a framework to facilitate trade between the two countries on various trade policies like promotion of goods and services, logistics and marketing, international trade integration, among others.

The Ambassador of Israel in Panama, Yoed Magen, said that last year was marked by a growing interest of Israeli companies in the Panamanian market, to invest, to implement private and government projects and to offer their products.

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El Salvador and Russia sign Cooperation Agreements

October 2010

Both Governments signed a cooperation agreement in areas of science, technology and tourism.

Technical cooperation in disaster areas, more scholarships, promotion of investments, among others, was the result of the first working day which ended earlier today between the Minister of Foreign Affairs of El Salvador, Hugo Martinez, and his Russian counterpart, Sergey Lavrov.

El Salvador and Cuba Cooperation Agreements

October 2010

The four agreements are part of a package of 10 agreements of different kind which are under negotiations.

The first agreement, signed during initial negotiations between Cuban and Salvadoran businessmen, is the acceptance of principles and objectives which must be met during the negotiations of a Partial Agreement for the mutual granting of tariff preferences.

Panama and Israel Sign Cooperation Agreements

March 2010

These agreements include cooperation in agriculture, water, cultural exchange and technical assistance.

Daniel Sabán, Central American and Caribbean director for Israel’s State Department signed the agreements with President Martinelli.

“Panama is reportedly interested in techniques to extend the usable life of agricultural and livestock products”, reported newspaper La Prensa.

Panama and Bolivia will sign bilateral cooperation agreement

September 2008

Evo Morales and Panamanian president, Martin Torrijos, will sign two accords and a memorandum of understanding in matters of politics, trade, law and culture.

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.

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