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EAEU started forming new road map to remove obstacles for 2021-2022

EAEU started forming new road map to remove obstacles for 2021-2022

At the instruction of the Eurasian Intergovernmental Council, the Eurasian Economic Commission will form a list of exceptions and restrictions the countries plan to eliminate in 2021-2022. 

The document will include the most relevant and significant obstacles the countries face. Besides, the Heads of Governments of the "Eurasian five" engage more actively the Commission’s Council to form an action plan aimed at removing these obstacles. 

The Commission’s Council will have to adopt a relevant road map for their elimination within three months starting upon approval of the obstacle list.

Having supported the EEC's proposal to form the new road map, the participating countries' Prime Ministers tend to ensure the functioning of the Union’s internal market with minimum obstacles and demonstrate willingness to compromise keeping in mind mutual interests.

"As we approve the list of exceptions and restrictions and form road maps for a two-year period aimed at their elimination, we provide a systematic approach to dealing with obstacles. It appears that such transparent and consistent work of the Intergovernmental Council and the Commission helps the business community of the Union countries to plan and forecast their activities in the Union space," noted Gegham Vardanyan, Minister in charge of Internal Markets, Informatization, Information and Communication Technologies of the EEC.​