The EAEU approved the plan for the implementation of Strategy-2025
On April 5th, the Council of the Eurasian Economic Commission adopted a plan to implement the Strategic Directions for the Development of Eurasian Economic Integration until 2025, which was approved by the heads of all member states on December 11, 2020.
Strategy-2025 - planned actions for the years to come
The adopted plan includes specific performance indicators, the schedule and expected results, as well as the contractors of the 2025 Strategy. The vast majority of planned activities are to be implemented in the years 2021-2023. By the end of this year, a change in the procedure for developing technical regulations in the EAEU, preparations for the transition to electronic forms of certificates of compliance and declaration of compliance is to be implemented, and a decision is to be made to start the implementation of the Digital Technical Regulation project. And these are only some of the changes planned for this year.
Preparation of the single goods transit system
In addition, for 2021, it is planned to prepare a draft international agreement to be signed in order to create a single system for the transit of goods in the Eurasian Economic Union and aconclusion of an international agreement establishing the procedure for the exchange of information contained in credit histories.
Analysis of implemented ecological and health promoting activities
An analysis of already implemented activities related to the introduction of the principles of the "green" economy in the EAEU countries and around the world is also planned for this year. This is to help identify the possibility of creating a single information portal on green governance education, and to develop proposals for joint initiatives and cooperation projects in the health sector.
Strategy-2025 - a step towards investment growth
The 2025 strategy contains around 330 standards and mechanisms. In connection with its implementation, it was also planned to develop and sign 13 international agreements, over 60 regulatory legal acts, to introduce about 25 amendments and supplements to the Treaty on the Union, as well as the necessary changes in the national legislation of the EAEU countries. Implementation of the strategy is a step towards the advanced development of countries' economies by increasing their investment and innovation activity and creating mechanisms conducive to economic growth and employment.