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Armenia assumes chairmanship of Eurasian Economic Commission on February 1

The chairmanship of the Eurasian Economic Commission on February 1 goes to Armenia. The decision was taken in October 2015 in the Kazakh village Burabai, at a meeting of the Supreme Eurasian Economic Council.

Following the summit the heads of state determined the order of interaction with third countries. 

In particular, they signed the international activities guidelines and approaches to the development of trade and economic cooperation.

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Armenia assumes chairmanship of Eurasian Economic Commission on February 1