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31 January 2023, 09:00

EAEU prime ministers to discuss draft agreement on common gas market

MOSCOW, 31 January (BelTA) - The prime ministers of the member states of the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) are set to discuss the preparation of a draft international agreement on the development of a common gas market at a meeting of the Eurasian Intergovernmental Council, which is due to take place in Almaty, Kazakhstan on 2-3 February, BelTA learned from the press service of the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC).

“The heads of government of the Eurasian Economic Union will discuss work on a draft agreement to regulate the alcohol market within the EAEU, the preparation of a draft international agreement on the development of the EAEU common gas market, and consider project activities in the EAEU regional development institutions,” the EEC said.

The Eurasian Economic Commission will inform the members of the Intergovernmental Council on the macroeconomic situation in the member states and proposals to ensure sustainable economic development, implementation of the EAEU joint project “Eurasian AgroExpress” to launch accelerated rail and multi-modal transportation of agricultural products and food.

“The Intergovernmental Council is expected to consider the current state and prospects of the EAEU integrated information system, and also the issue of rescheduling the development and approval of the order and technical conditions of access to information contained in the goods registering system,” the press service said.

The EAEU prime ministers are also set to approve the rules of access to services of interstate transmission of electric energy (power) within the framework of the EAEU common electric energy market. “In addition, plans are in place to make changes to the list of goods for which indicative balances are prepared; to amend the regulation on the development, financing and implementation of interstate programs and projects in the industrial sector,” the EEC added.

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