Panama and Belgium agreed to resume negotiations for the signing of a treaty to avoid double taxation, the Panamanian Foreign Ministry reported.
That was one of the decisions taken at a meeting on Wednesday in Panama City Vice President and Foreign Minister of Panama, Isabel De Saint Malo de Alvarado, and Belgian Foreign Minister Didier Reynders.
The date will resume settlement negotiations to avoid double taxation was not specified.
In January 2010 the Panamanian government then informed that they had closed the negotiations with Belgium to avoid double taxation, and that the signature of the agreement had been for a date to be set both countries.
The Panamanian Foreign Ministry said Wednesday that De Saint Malo Reynders shared with “Panama’s progress in international cooperation and high commitment of the country in this regard, shown with measures to combat money laundering, terrorist financing and tax evasion “.
Senior officials also reviewed the bilateral and regional agenda on citizen, food and social security, “and agreed to establish a mechanism for political consultation soon.”
Foreign ministers of Panama and Belgium agreed to work together in promoting issues of global development agenda, including cooperation projects in port and logistics training.
They also agreed to exchange experiences in the humanitarian sphere “to optimize the operation of Regional Logistics Center for Humanitarian Assistance that is underway in Panama, to serve the Latin American and Caribbean region.”
Ernesto Chong de León, Ernesto Emilio Chong Coronado
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