Currently, we are on the verge of a new round of development of Eurasian integration – the creation of the Eurasian Economic Union, the launch of which is scheduled for January 1, 2015.
Over the past decade, our countries – Belarus, Kazakhstan and Russia, have been actively developing mutually acceptable schemes of global integration, providing for the creation of conditions for a stable
and effective development of economies of the member states of the Customs Union
and the Common Economic Space (hereinafter referred to as the CU and the CES), increasing competitiveness, as well as living standards of the population.
The main principle of TS and EEA functioning is to ensure freedom of movement of goods, services, capital and labor across the borders of the member states of the CU and CES.
Within the framework of the formation of the CU and EEA, the Eurasian Economic Commission (hereinafter – the Commission) has acted as an important supranational platform for the practical dialogue of state bodies with the business community of the CU and EEA member countries. It is a single standing regulating body.
The main objective of the Commission’s activities is to improve
and harmonization of the legal framework and law enforcement practice
in the interests of creating favorable economic conditions in the territory
TS and SES, as well as the development of proposals in the field of economic integration
within the framework of the CU and CES.
The Commission consists of the Council of the Commission and the Board of the Commission. The Commission’s Commission includes representatives from member states of the CU and CES
at the level of the first deputy chairmen of the governments of our countries.
The college is formed of representatives of state bodies of high level, each of which is authorized in a certain sphere:
– the main areas of integration and macroeconomics (TD Valovaya);
– issues of technical regulation (VN Koreshkov);
– Trade (AA Slepnev);
– energy and infrastructure (DK Akhmetov);
– Industry and agro-industrial complex (SS Sidorsky);
– competition and antimonopoly regulation (N.Sh. Aldabergenov);
– customs cooperation (VA Goshin);
– economics and financial policy (TM Suleimenov).
Commission activities are carried out by the departments of the Commission.