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15.02.2023 (Обновлено: 17.02.2023 16:37)

Outcomes of EEC Council's meeting

On February 15, an online meeting of the Eurasian Economic Commission's Council was held in Moscow. The meeting was chaired by Alexey Overchuk, Deputy Chairman of the Government of the Russian Federation, and featured Members of the EEC Council and Mikhail Myasnikovich, Chairman of the EEC Board.

The Eurasian Economic Commission's Council instructed the EEC Board to extend the possibility to issue paper certificates for self-propelled vehicles and other types of equipment together with issuing e-certificates for three months in Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan.

EEC Council harmonized Union's law enforcement practice regarding temporarily imported engines, spare parts and equipment for repairing civil aircraft. The Eurasian Economic Commission's Council determined that engines, spare parts and equipment mounted on civil aircraft that had been temporarily imported without paying customs duties and are intended for civil aircraft maintenance or repair may be used both in the territory of the Eurasian Economic Union and beyond it.

The February 15 meeting of the Eurasian Economic Commission's Council approved the recommendation "On Measures to Promote Cooperation of the Eurasian Economic Union Member States in Developing and Implementing Projects in Electric Vehicle Industry." The document was prepared to implement the EEC Council's instruction dated July 15, 2022 on launching "Eurasian Electric Bus", a pilot industrial cooperation project.

EEC Council Members approved the extension until February 1, 2024 of possible conformity assessment and release into circulation for M and N single vehicles imported for personal needs into the territory of Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan without applying requirements for installing an emergency call device (system) on vehicles.

EAEU introduces rules for conducing bioequivalence studies of reproduced pharmaceuticals for topical application.

The EEC Council approved amendments to the Protocol on the exchange of information in electronic form between the tax authorities of the EAEU countries on the amounts of indirect taxes paid. To ensure complete payment of indirect taxes in the EAEU countries, in 2009 Member States concluded the Protocol on the exchange of information in electronic form. The tax authorities exchange information on the amounts of indirect taxes paid to the budgets of Member States. The amendments to be introduced concern a reduced time for information exchange between tax authorities and for exchanging format and logical control protocols. The document was sent to the EAEU countries to perform the internal legal procedures. 

The List of quarantinable products and the EAEU common phytosanitary quarantine requirements amended to provide more product details.

The next EEC Council meeting will be held in a face-to-face format in Moscow in mid-March.