EAEC Head Informs Putin About Signing Of Cooperation Memorandum With

EAEC head informs Putin about signing of cooperation memorandum with Armenia

April 18, 2013 | 12:07

The Eurasian Economic Commission (EÐ~PEC) and the governments of
Armenia and Ukraine have signed memorandums on cooperation on trade
and technical regulation, EÐ~PEC head said.

During the meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin, EÐ~PEC head
Viktor Khristenko informed about recent activities of the Commission.

Khristenko noted that Ukraine and Armenia, as observers in the EurAsEC,
are showing interest “so as not to lose the organizational capacity
to interact in such sectors which have become supra-national”, RIA
Novosti reported.

The Eurasian Economic Commission is a single permanent regulatory body
of the Customs Union, which includes Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan.

As reported earlier, a memorandum on cooperation between Armenia and
EÐ~PEC was signed on April 10 during Khristenko’s visit to Yerevan.

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