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HE Andrej LEPAVCOV, the Ambassador, Head of Mission of the Republic of Macedonia to the EU, signed the Additional Protocol 4 thus, within CEFTA succefully closing the chapter on full liberalisation of trade in goods.
26-27 February 2015, Brussels.
Third negotiating session on trade in services liberalization was held on 26 and 27 February in Brussels. Intensive negotiations were conducted on liberalization of business and professional services where significant progress has been made. The text of the Annex I of...
HE Mihai Gribincea, Ambassador of the Republic of Moldova in Brussels, signed today the CEFTA Additional Protocol 4 liberalising the last quotas on wines between Moldova and Macedonia.
Once signed by the Republic of Macedonia as well, CEFTA can succefully close the chapter on full liberalisation of...