The second Moscow session of the integration committee of the Euroasian Economic Community (EAEC), uniting Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kirghizia, Russia and Tajikistan is to focus on more than 20 items. As elaboration on documents regulating EAEC activities will be continued, another package of questions pertaining to the chief goal of the community-effective promotion of the single customs and economic environment-will be pursued. Under review will be also progress in implementing measures to give effect to conventions on EAEC privileges and immunities as well as the work of the 13th session of the Council of EAEC customs chiefs.
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