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Latest Treaty Updates: Kyrgyzstan

Kyrgyzstan - Czech Republic


Kyrgyzstan and the Czech Republic agreed a draft DTA during four-day talks that ended on April 19, 2018.

United Kingdom - Kyrgyzstan


The United Kingdom on April 24, 2018, released The Double Taxation Relief and International Tax Enforcement (Kyrgyzstan) Order 2018, which would ratify the DTA signed with Kyrgyzstan.

Hungary - Kyrgyzstan


Hungary and Kyrgystan have begun DTA negotiations, the Hungarian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade announced on February 28, 2018.

Kyrgyzstan - Estonia


Kyrgyzstan's President on January 25, 2018, ratified the DTA with Estonia.

Estonia - Kyrgyzstan


Estonia and Kyrgzstan signed a DTA on April 10, 2017.

Georgia - Kyrgyzstan


Georgia on October 13, 2016, confirmed the signing of a DTA with Kyrgyzstan.

Estonia - Kyrgyzstan


Estonia has submitted a draft DTA with Kyrgyzstan for ministerial approval, the state broadcaster reported.

Kyrgyzstan - Estonia


Kyrgyzstan and Estonia initialed a DTA on April 20, 2016.

Kyrgyzstan - Saudi Arabia


Kyrgyzstan has ratified the DTA signed with Saudi Arabia, the President's website said on July 22, 2015.

Kyrgyzstan - Saudi Arabia


According to preliminary media reports, Kyrgyzstan signed a DTA with Saudi Arabia on December 2, 2014.

Bangladesh - Kyrgyzstan


According to preliminary media reports, Bangladesh and Kyrgyzstan held a first round of tax treaty negotiations over two days concluding on August 20, 2014.

Czech Republic - Kyrgyzstan


According to preliminary media reports, the Government of the Czech Republic on July 14, 2014, approved the signing of a draft DTA with Krygyzstan.

Kyrgyzstan - Mexico


Kyrgyzstan and Mexico have agreed to launch negotiations towards a DTA, Kyrgyzstan's Economy Ministry announced on April 25, 2014.

Kyrgyzstan - Oman


According to preliminary media reports, Kyrgyzstan's Supreme Council's Committee on Economic and Fiscal Policy has endorsed the signing of a draft DTA with Oman.

Kyrgyzstan - Korea, South


Kyrgyzstan's Foreign Affairs Committee on October 28, 2013, endorsed a law that would ratify the DTA signed with South Korea.

Kyrgyzstan - Vietnam


According to preliminary media reports, Krygyzstan and Vietnam launched DTA negotiations on July 30, 2013.

Kyrgyzstan - Azerbaijan


According to preliminary media reports, Kyrgzstan's parliament on February 28, 2013, approved a law that would ratify the pending DTA signed with Azerbaijan on March 30, 2012.

Kyrgyzstan - Lithuania


The government of Kyrgyzstan on January 10, 2013, approved a draft law ratifying the DTA the nation signed with Lithuania in 2008.

Korea, South - Kyrgyzstan


South Korea and Kyrgyzstan concluded two-day negotiations on December 12, 2012, towards the negotiation of a DTA.

Kyrgyzstan - Various


According to preliminary media reports, Kyrgyzstan's Ministry of Economy on September 12, 2012, endorsed three draft DTAs, with Norway, Sweden and Finland, allowing the agreements to be signed.

Qatar - Kyrgyzstan


At its meeting on August 8, 2012, Qatar's Cabinet approved the draft DTA Qatar agreed with Kyrgyzstan.

Kyrgyzstan - Various


The government of Kyrgyzstan on July 20 issued Orders for the approval of the draft DTAs between Kyrgyzstan and Armenia, and Kyrgyzstan and Kuwait.

Korea, South - Kyrgyzstan


At a meeting on June 15, 2012, representatives from South Korea and Kyrgyzstan agreed to soon sign a draft DTA approved in 2010.

Kyrgyzstan - Qatar


According to preliminary media reports, Kyrgyzstan and Qatar initialled a DTA on June 6, 2012.

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