New version of EEU Customs Code signed by heads of four member-states
Presidents of four member-states of the Eurasian Economic Union (EEU) signed its Customs Code, board chairman of the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC) Tigran Sargsyan said on Monday, TASS reports.
The document was not signed by the president of Kyrgyzstan, the official said earlier.
"Presidents of four countries signed all the presented documents, including the Customs Code…Kyrgyzstan signed the Customs Code. Only the declaration of establishing joint foreign economic activity was not signed on the part of Kyrgyzstan," Sarkisyan said.
The new Customs Code of the EEU will replace the Customs Code that was adopted in 2009. The document is to lay foundations for switching to the common customs procedures within the EEU.