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Latest disagreements on strategy for developing Eurasian integration to be tabled at Supreme Council’s meeting

Latest disagreements on strategy for developing Eurasian integration to be tabled at Supreme Council’s meeting

9/4/2020

Draft Strategic Directions for Developing the Eurasian Economic Integration until 2025 was addressed at the meeting of the Eurasian Economic Commission's Council held on September 4. 

Earlier, the Heads of State of the Eurasian Economic Union approved the document for the most part and instructed the participating countries’ governments to finalize it. 

As was stated by Sergei Glazyev, EEC Minister in charge of Integration and Macroeconomics, the remaining differences between the parties had been considered before the working group’s meeting whereby we managed to make significant progress in their coordination. We have managed to reach consensus on 11 out of 36 uncoordinated issues in the strategy. 

Strategic directions include general (conceptual) provisions and 330 measures and mechanisms grouped into 11 system blocks, which disclose the provisions of the Declaration on further development of integration processes within the Eurasian Economic Union.​