The Eurasian Economic Commission and Cuba intensify cooperation in the fields of technical regulation, circulation of medicines and medical products. This was stated by Chinara Mambetalieva, Deputy Director of the EEC Technical Regulation and Accreditation Department, during an online seminar for representatives of the Ministry of Foreign Trade and Foreign Investment, the State Center for Control of Medicines and Medical Devices, and the National Center for Scientific Research and the Pharmaceutical Industry of the Republic of Cuba.
Chinara Mambetalieva explained some provisions of the Treaty on the EAEU related to medicines circulation and the relevant agreement, in general, the key aspects of legal regulation of this field, as well as the key activities of sector-specific expert committees and working groups of the Commission.
The Cuban colleagues were informed on assessing the conformity to the Union technical regulations' requirements followed by marking with the "Eurasian Compliance - EAC" sign, as well as the procedure for including accredited conformity assessment bodies in the Union’s unified register.
Following the seminar, the sides expressed their readiness to hold such seminars on a scheduled basis.