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EEC elaborates "road map" to settle disputes and ensure free movement of goods in EAEU

EEC elaborates "road map" to settle disputes and ensure free movement of goods in EAEU

8/21/2020

On August 21, a meeting of the technical bureau was held at the headquarters of the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC) to ensure the work of the Committee on settling disagreements, disputes and ensuring free movement of goods in the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU).

The "road map" was discussed at the event chaired by Mikhail Myasnikovich, Chairman of the EEC Board. It is based on the issues that have already been worked out with the Member States and Commission’s Units.

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At a meeting held on July 10, the EEC Council ordered to create a committee for settling disputes related to moving goods in the Eurasian Economic Union. 

The Committee is headed by Mikhail Myasnikovich, Chairman of the EEC Board. It comprises Heads and Deputy Heads of authorized public bodies of the Union countries as well as Members of the EEC Board - Oleg Pankratov, Gegham Vardanyan, Timur Zhaksylykov, Viktor Nazarenko and Andrey Slepnev. The Committee elaborates the road map to settle disagreements, disputes and ensure free movement of goods in the EAEU.

It is expected that the road map will include measures aimed at excluding or minimizing monitoring activities for the Union goods moving between the Member States, including at internal borders, and increasing mutual confidence in results of monitoring activities at the Union's external border. Furthermore, the plan will include measures to ensure transparency, accounting and control over the goods turnover in the Union.​