Albania

Ms Pranvera Kastrati

Chief of Sector, SME and Private Sector Environment,

Ministry of Economy, Trade and Energy

Tel:      +355 4 2222652

Email:  Pranvera.Kastrati@ekonomia.gov.al

Ms. Mirela Meko

Deputy Director General

Email: mirela.meko@dogana.gov.al

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Ms Zada Muminovic

Head of Unit for Trade Relations and European Integration
Ministry of Foreign Trade and Economic Relations

Tel:      + 387 33 551 805

Email:  zada.muminovic@mvteo.gov.ba

Ms. Zagorka Gojković,

Senior Advisor and Acting Assistant Director

Email: zagorka.gojkovic@uino.gov.ba

Macedonia

Ms Zorica Smileva

Head of Unit for Bilateral and Multilateral Trade

Ministry of Economy

Tel:      + 389 2 3093 443

Email:  zorica.smileva@economy.gov.mk

Mr Gorgi Naumoski

Advisor to Director General

Email:gorgi.naumovski@customs.gov.mk

Moldova

Ms Mihaela Gorban

Director, General Division on Trade Policies

Ministry of Economy

Tel:      +373 22 250 554

Email:  mihaela.gorban@mec.gov.md

Mr Corneliu Trofaila

Head of Customs Control and Revenue Department  and Deputy Director

Email: vama@customs.gov.md

Montenegro

Ms Milica Scepovic

Senior Adviser

Ministry for Economic Development

Tel:      +382 20 482 118

Email:  milica.scepovic@mek.gov.me

Mr. Milan Martinović

Deputy Director

Email:

Serbia

Ms Jadranka Zenic Zeljkovic

Head of WTO Department

Department for Multilateral and Regional Economic and Trade Cooperation

Ministry of  Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications

Tel:      + 38111 32 42662  or   + 381 11 32 42 663

Email:  jadranka.zeniczeljkovic@mtt.gov.rs

Mr Duško Marinković

Deputy Director-coordinator

Email: marinkovicd@carina.rs

Kosovo*

Ms  Sytrime Dervisholli

Head of Division of Trade Agreements

Trade Department

Ministry of Trade and Industry

Tel:        +381 38 512 083

Email:  sytrime.dervisholli@rks-gov.net

Mr. Bajram Rexha

Director

Department OVTL (origin, valuation, tariff and customs laboratory)

On December 19, 2006 in Bucharest under the Chairmanship of Romania, the Central European Free Trade Agreement was substantially amended and its membership enlarged to create CEFTA 2006 –  a modern and ambitious free trade agreement with six new Parties from South Eastern Europe.

Following the necessary ratification processes, this new CEFTA entered into force across the various Parties between July and November 2007. The speed with which they ratified the agreement illustrates the Parties’ belief in the importance of CEFTA for stimulating economic development and the EU accession agenda in the region.

The signatories to CEFTA 2006 are Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Serbia and the United Nations Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo (UNMIK) on behalf of Kosovo in accordance with United Nations Security Council Resolution 1244,

As foreseen in the Agreement, Bulgaria and Romania withdrew from CEFTA upon their accession to the EU in 2007 and Croatia withdrew following its accession to the EU in July 2013.

Each CEFTA Party has appointed official Contact Points to coordinate communications on behalf of their respective Party with the various stakeholders.  They also provide official data and information to the Secretariat.

*This designation is without prejudice to positions on status, and is in line with UNSCR 1244 and the ICJ Opinion on the Kosovo* declaration of independence.

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