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17 December 2021, 19:35

Belarus' effective CIS presidency praised

Photo courtesy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs
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MOSCOW, 17 December (BelTA) – This year's final session of the Economic Affairs Commission under the Economic Council of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) took place on 17 December. The session was chaired by Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Belarus to Russia, Belarus' plenipotentiary representative to the CIS Economic Council Vladimir Semashko, the embassy's press service told BelTA.

Participants of the session thanked the chairperson of the CIS Economic Council and Belarus for effective and fruitful work, for the realization of the plans made within the framework of Belarus' presidency over CIS bodies in 2021.

Members of the Economic Affairs Commission approved a draft agreement on exchanging biological materials, a draft set of measures to develop machine construction for the chemical industry in the period till 2030. Participants of the session expressed a positive evaluation of the work of the advisory board of the heads of government (executive) agencies that manage state material reserves in 2017-2021 and the work of the intergovernmental council for cooperation in construction activities in 2016-2020.

Participants of the session took note of information about the realization of the main guidelines on development of radio navigation for the 2019-2024 period in 2019-2020; information about preliminary results of fulfillment of the action plan on realizing the memorandum on enhancing interaction between the CIS Executive Committee and the Eurasian Economic Commission; information about results of the work of the Economic Affairs Commission under the CIS Economic Council in 2021.

A new operating procedure of the Economic Affairs Commission was adopted. A number of instructions were given for the CIS Executive Committee to polish and reconcile a number of documents.

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