Monetary Agreement

According to the Monetary Agreement, the Republic of San Marino is entitled to use the euro as its official currency and grants legal tender status to euro banknotes and coins in the territory of San Marino. The Agreement also ensures that the rules of the European Union in the field of banknotes and coins denominated in euro, including those on the protection against counterfeiting, are applicable in San Marino territory.
This Agreement has repealed the preceding one of 29 November 2000, concluded between the Italian Republic, on behalf of the European Community, and the Republic of San Marino, which gave the latter the right to use the euro as its official currency starting from 1 January 1999.

 

Agreement

2012

Monetary Agreement between the European Union and the Republic of San Marino (entered into force on 1 September 2012)

 

Updates to the Monetary Agreement

2018 Decision adopted by the Commission on 22 march 2018 amending the Annex to the Monetary Agreement between the European Union and the Republic of San Marino
2017 Decision adopted by the Commission on 24 January 2017 amending the Annex to the Monetary Agreement between the European Union and the Republic of San Marino
2016 Decision adopted by the Commission on 16 June 2016 amending the Annex to the Monetary Agreement between the European Union and the Republic of San Marino
2015 Decision adopted by the Commission on 27 March 2015 amending the Annex to the Monetary Agreement between the European Union and the Republic of San Marino

2014

Decision adopted by the Commission on 6 March 2014 updating the Annex to the Monetary Agreement between the European Union and the Republic of San Marino

 


 


 
 
 

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