23 documents signed at the Tbilisi meeting by CIS PMs

23 documents signed at the Tbilisi meeting by CIS PMs

Kazinform, Kazakhstan
June 3 2005

TBILISI-ASTANA. June 3. KAZINFORM. /Yernur Akanbay/ – Today in the
Georgian capital a regular session of CIS Prime-Ministers has been
held. The meeting was attended by Azerbaijani PM Artur Rassizade,
PM of Armenia Andranik Markaryan, PM of Byelorussia Sergey Sidorsky,
PM of Kazakhstan Daniyal Akhmetov, Vice-PM of Kyrgyzstan Adakhan
Madumarov, PM of Moldova Vasily Tarlev, Chairman of the Russian
Government Mikhail Fradkov, PM of Tajikistan Akyl Akylov, permanent
plenipotentiary representative of Turkmenistan at CIS authoritative
bodies ~V Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Turkmenistan
to Byelorussia Ilya Velzhanov, PM of Uzbekistan Utkur Sultanov,
PM of Ukraine Yuliya Timoshenko and PM of Georgia Zurab Nogaideli.

In Tbilissi the top officials of the CIS conducted a number of meetings
in private and enlarged negotiations. Upon completion of the session
it was decided to prolong the terms of fulfilling the interstate
programs of creating information-marketing centers network for the
goods and services on the national markets of CIS states.

These programs are aimed at ensuring informational support of
foreign economic and entrepreneurship activity in the Commonwealth
countries and give a new impulse to development of manufacturing and
scientific-technical relations. 23 documents adjusted in the Council
of Foreign Ministers were also signed by the CIS Prime-Ministers
without discussions. The next enlarged session of CIS PMs Council
is known to take place in August this year in Moscow.

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