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EEC working to simplify export of precious stones and ensure free circulation of antiseptics in EAEU

EEC working to simplify export of precious stones and ensure free circulation of antiseptics in EAEU

2/20/2021

Applying non-tariff regulation and sanitary measures was considered by the working group on regulatory impact assessment (RIA) chaired by Galiya Dzholdybaeva, Director of Business Development Department of the Eurasian Economic Commission, at the EEC headquarters.

In particular, a draft decision of the EEC Board on reducing the list of documents required for the export of processed

precious stones from the customs territory of the Union was discussed. This approach will support the development of exports of jewelry products with a high level of added value produced in the Union countries.

A draft decision of the EEC Board concerning skin antiseptics was considered. The document provides for the establishment of uniform requirements for skin disinfectants (skin antiseptics)

and a general list of documents for the study and assessment of the toxicity and safety of these products.

Unifying safety indicators and research methods will create conditions for the mutual recognition of the study results regarding skin antiseptics and documents on their registration.

“The working group considered two serious and relevant documents. The first one is aimed at optimizing the supranational regulation of jewelry exports to third countries, and the second one is aimed at simplifying mutual trade in antiseptic agents between all EAEU countries,” Galiya Dzholdybaeva noted following the meeting.​