Next Meeting Of CIS Member States’ Governments Heads To Be Held InMo


YEREVAN, JUNE 4, NOYAN TAPAN. RA Prime Minister Andranik Margarian
participated in the meeting of the Council of the Government Heads
of the CIS Member States in Tbilisi on June 3. According to the
RA Government press service, over 10 issues on trade, economic,
financial and humanitarian cooperation of CIS member states, as
well as issues of organizational character were discussed at the
meeting. Particularly, following a discussion, decisions were made on
such issues as the extention of the 2005 deadline of the interstate
program on the creation of the information and marketing centers
network to provide goods and services to the CIS countries’ national
markets, the system of remuneration of the work done by the CIS bodies
from the united budget of CIS bodies, the methodoly of developing a
scale of membership fees to the united budget of CIS bodies. RF Prime
Minister Mikhail Fradkov was elected Chairman of the Council at the
meeting. It was decided to hold the next meeting of the heads of the
CIS states’ governments in Moscow after a meeting of the Council of
the Government Heads of the CIS Member States in Kazan. The heads of
the governments signed the draft decisions on the interstate council
of the highest heads of financial supervision in the CIS countries
and on the council of justice ministers, as well as the decision on
the creation of the interstate coordinating council of the heads of
the insurance supervisory bodies. Following the meeting, the heads of
the governments attended an official dinner given in their honor by
the Georgian Prime Minister Zurab Nogaideli, at which the Georgian
President Mikheil Sahakashvili was also present. The governmental
delegation headed by Prime Minister Andranik Margarian returned to
Yerevan on the same day.

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