MOSCOW, 19 December (BelTA) – Belarus and Russia have embarked on drafting a new package of integration programs for 2024-2026, Russian Economic Development Minister Maksim Reshetnikov said at the session of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Union State of Belarus and Russia in Moscow on 19 December, BelTA has learned.
“We are working on a new integration package for the period from 2024 to 2026. It covers all key areas of trade and economic cooperation, as well as social policy issues,” Maksim Reshetnikov said.
According to him, now the project is being scrutinized by the Belarusian side. “We expect to receive counter proposals in the near future and move on to specific discussions,” the Russian minister said.
Speaking about the implementation of the first package of 28 integration programs approved in November 2021, Maksim Reshetnikov said: “To date, 613 of the 989 tasks have been fulfilled, which is 62%.”
There was a government hour at the session to discuss progress to implement Ordinance No. 6 of the Supreme State Council of the Union State as of 4 November 2021 “On the Guidelines to Implement the Union State Treaty in 2021-2023”.