Andorra, Monaco and San Marino join forces to negotiate an association agreement with the EU that suits each country
In November Andorra hosted a meeting between representatives of Andorra, Monaco and San Marino. The intention is to deepen in the points that these three states have in common to negotiate an association agreement with the European Union. In this meeting they have been able to delve into the positioning of each country and the characteristics of each one. They have found common points that will be taken into account in the negotiations and have resolved to dedicate more resources to the collaboration between the three countries. The representatives of each country, Martí, Telle and Renzi, are convinced of the great opportunities that the association agreement will offer. Among them we highlight the benefit of the free circulation of capital for banks to have access to liquidity or the elimination of bureaucratic procedures for companies that want to export goods and services.
The negotiation work that is being done together will allow presenting shared positions and achieving better results for all.