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Outcomes of EEC Council

Outcomes of EEC Council

At its meeting on April 5, the Council of the Eurasian Economic Commission approved a plan for implementing the Strategic Directions for Developing the Eurasian Economic Integration until 2025, re-extended until September 30, 2021 the period of stay within the Eurasian Economic Union's customs territory for cars and other vehicles temporarily imported by individuals for personal use, and extended the validity of zero import customs duty rates for polyurethane and epoxy coatings used as protective coatings for manufacturing optical fiber.

The EEC Council adopted the decision to register medical devices under the EAEU rules since January 1, 2022, and under national regulations – until December 31, 2021. National marketing authorization certificates for medical devices will be in use in the EAEU until their expiry date.

The agenda of the Eurasian Intergovernmental Council's meeting was approved; issues to be further submitted for consideration by the Supreme Eurasian Economic Council were approbated: amendments to the liberalization plan for the sector of property appraisal services, the EEC's annual report for 2020 on the state of competition in transboundary markets and measures being taken to prevent violations of the general rules of competition therein, as well as the draft decision of the Eurasian Intergovernmental Council 'On the Main Directions of Industrial Cooperation within the EAEU until 2025'.

Besides, members of the EEC Council discussed particular issues of implementing pilot projects on foreign e-trade in goods in the EAEU States, the draft Agreement on using navigation seals for monitoring traffic in the EAEU, and the project 'Digital Technical Regulation within the EAEU'.

The next meeting of the EEC Council will take place on April 22.