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EAEU approved Action Plan for implementing Strategy-2025

EAEU approved Action Plan for implementing Strategy-2025

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4/5/2021
At its meeting on April 5, the Council of the Eurasian Economic Commission adopted a plan for implementing the Strategic Directions for Developing the Eurasian Economic Integration until 2025, approved by the Heads of State on December 11, 2020.

The plan includes specific activities aimed at implementing measures and mechanisms of the Strategy-2025, implementation deadlines, results, and executives in charge.

Most of the plan's activities are scheduled to be implemented in 2021-2023. In particular, by the end of this year, it is planned to amend the procedure for developing technical regulations of the Eurasian Economic Union, prepare the grounds for the transition to electronic forms of conformity certificates and declarations, and adopt a decision on launching the Digital Technical Regulation project, etc.

For 2021, it is also scheduled to prepare a draft international treaty on developing a unified system of goods transit within the Union and conclude an international treaty on the procedure for exchanging the information included in credit histories.

As for new areas, this year, it is envisaged to analyze the experience of introducing the "green" economy principles in the Union States and worldwide, determine the feasibility of creating a single information portal for the Union's education sphere, and develop proposals on joint initiatives and cooperation projects in healthcare.
It bears reminding that the Strategy-2025 includes about 330 measures and mechanisms. Its implementation envisages elaborating and signing 13 international treaties, over 60 EAEU regulatory legal acts, introducing about 25 amendments and additions into the Treaty on the Union, as well as amendments into the EAEU States' national legislations. The Strategy implementation will ensure advanced development of the States' economies owing to increased investment and innovation activities, forming flexible mechanisms to promote growth and employment.