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Sergey Zheleznyak: leaders of Moldova, Iran and Singapore joined the dialogue of the permanent members of the EAEU

“As part of the meeting of the Supreme Eurasian Economic Council in Yerevan, a constructive and substantive conversation took place between the leaders of the EAEU member countries. An analysis of the work of the Union and specific proposals for improving the work of the EAEU underline the interest of our states in the effectiveness of a joint project that brings tangible results in Eurasian integration and enhancing the well-being of citizens of our countries. ” This was stated by a member of the State Duma Committee on Foreign Affairs Sergey Zheleznyak.

He emphasized: “It is important that the leaders of Moldova, Iran and Singapore joined the dialogue of the permanent members of the EAEU. This indicates a growing interest in the format of the commonwealth and the readiness of other countries to expand cooperation. Successful resolution of such issues as easing the burden on business, transition to supranational regulation of a number of the most important sectors of the economy and others will increase the investment attractiveness of both individual countries and the entire Union for cooperation with international partners and associations. The EAEU breaks the stereotypes of bloc thinking that imposes the United States on the world. The Union opens the door to dozens of countries, ready to defend national interests and share principles, including free movement of services, goods, capital and labor, as well as equality, openness, fair competition, mutual assistance and responsibility to common global problems, contrary to external pressure. ”

According to the parliamentarian: “Of particular importance is that the EAEU’s international work, in addition to issues of economic interaction, covers regional and international security issues, as well as joint opposition to modern challenges, including the fight against the terrorist threat.”

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