Slovenia and the U.S. Sign Four New Agreements
Ljubljana, 21 June - U.S./SLOVENIA/AGREEMENTS
Slovenia and the United States signed several bilateral agreements in the framework of U.S. President Bill Clinton's visit to Slovenia on Monday. A co-operation agreement against the proliferation of mass destruction weapons, a convention to avoid double taxation and prevent tax evasions related to income and property tax, an agreement on scientific and technological co-operation and an agreement between the Slovene Export Corporation (SID) and EXIM bank were signed on behalf of the United States by U.S. Ambassador to Slovenia Nancy Ely - Raphael. All the agreements were in preparation since Slovene Prime Minister Janez Drnovsek visited the U.S. last autumn.
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