Ambassador Rotondaro said that she was interested in implementing deals that would avoid double taxing in trade between the two states and support for mutual investments.
Her counterpart, Ambassador Prenkaj, meanwhile, underlined the importance of the collaboration between the Italian-Kosovan Chamber of Commerce, which is based in Rome, and the Chamber of Commerce of San Marino, which is due to begin shortly.
Following the example of other countries covering San Marino with non-resident embassies, Rotondaro expressed an interest in accreditation for the Kosovan ambassador to Rome.
The signing of the agreement to establish diplomatic relations was attended by the advisor to the Embassy of San Marino, Marina Emiliani, and the advisor to the Kosovan Embassy in Rome, Avni Hasani. (ANSAmed).