World Bulletin / News Desk
Turkey and Kosovo have signed an agreement on prevention of tax evasion and double taxation on income.
Turkish Finance Minister Mehmet Simsek and Kosovo's Finance Minister Bedri Hamza inked the agreement on Monday in Pristina.
Stating that September 10 was the day when Kosovo gets rid of international supervision, Turkish Minister Simsek said that they were very pleased to sign the agreement on such a very important day.
The International Steering Group, comprised of 25 countries including the United Kingdom and the United States, had been supervising Kosovo's independence since 2008.
The agreement will become valid after parliament of both countries approved it.
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