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Double taxation on assets in other EU countries

Hello dear Englishforum community!
I'm new to Switzerland and I have been browsing this forum for a few month now and I like it very much. Helpful informations on many topics.

I was trying to find answers to my question in Google and from my bank back home and I read quite a bit on the topic, but couldn't find information I need.
I hope you can help me.
I am an EU Citizen (Austria) and live and work in Switzerland now. I have saved some money from my work back in Austria which is invested in some ETFs and some money is on a bank-account in an Austrian bank. I pay KEST (25% on created income) there.
My question is how do I proceed from now on, so I dont have to pay taxes twice. Is it possible for me to not pay the KEST in Austria? Or do I just pay the KEST in Austria and not pay taxes for the money in Switzerland? Or will I have to pay both?

Thank you in advance for some information on this topic, any help and links to that topic is apreciated
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