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  1. Contact: Артенян Вероника Варужановна
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    In order to stabilize the situation related to the spreading of COVID-19 virus (coronavirus) and the lack of personal protective equipment, the EEC Board decided on March 24, 2020 to introduce a temporary ban on exporting personal protective equipment, protective agents and disinfectants, products for medical use and materials from the customs territory of the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU)https://docs.eaeunion.org/docs/ru-ru/01425254/err_26032020_41

     The list of items prohibited for export from the EAEU customs territory includes cotton wool, gauze fabric, bandages, masks, half-masks, face respirators, respirators, filters for personal respiratory protective equipment, protective glasses, disinfectants, protective overshoes, certain types of clothing and related accessories, and gloves.

     A disposition wasadopted at the meeting of the Commission’s Council held on March 25 ensuring that the Board’s Decision becomes effective at the earliest opportunity. This new measure will be valid until September 30, 2020.


    Article Date: 3/26/2020
    Announcement: In order to stabilize the situation related to the spreading of COVID-19 virus (coronavirus) and the lack of personal protective equipment, the EEC Board decided on March 24, 2020 to introduce a temporary ban on exporting personal protective equipment, protective agents and disinfectants, products for medical use and materials from the customs territory of the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) 
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  2. Contact: Кудаяров Уланбек Болотбекович
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    The decision of the Commission’s Council adopted outside of normal schedule at the meeting held on March 16, on exempting from import customs duties the goods imported to prevent and avert the spreading of the coronavirus infection across the Eurasian Economic Union was published.

    According to Andrey Slepnev, Member of the Board – EEC Minister in charge of Trade, "the decision applies first of all to personal protective equipment, disinfectants, diagnostic reagents, certain types of medical equipment and materials. The goods for controlling the coronavirus infection, protecting and treating the population will be imported with exemption from import custom duties based on the intended purpose confirmed by national competent public health authorities".

    TheDecisionDecisionapplies to medical goods imported into the customs territory of the Eurasian Economic Union during the period from March 16, 2020, and will be valid until September 30, 2020.​


    Article Date: 3/25/2020
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    The decision of the Commission’s Council adopted outside of normal schedule at the meeting held on March 16, on exempting from import customs duties the goods imported to prevent and avert the spreading of the coronavirus infection across the Eurasian Economic Union was published.

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  3. Contact: Кудаяров Уланбек Болотбекович
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    An extraordinary meeting of the EEC Council held on March 25 was devoted to the Eurasian Economic Union’s response to spreading coronavirus infection and developing joint response measures.

    "We proceed from the fact that we have a single market. We have agreed to adopt coordinated decisions on all issues related to the single market. The sides will consult and find the tools required. As a result, our Union will demonstrate its viability not only in halcyon days, but also in rocky times, which is probably a matter of principle now", -Andrey Slepnev, Member of the Board – EEC Minister in charge of Trade, stated following the EEC Council’s meeting.

    The EEC Minister has informed that the Eurasian Economic Commission adopted a decision on duty-free import to the EAEU territory of personal protective equipment, medical equipment required for the infection control. The decision involves zeroing customs duties on a wide range of products, which will increase the availability of appropriate means for the Union countries’ doctors and healthcare institutions.

    Furthermore, the EEC has decided to prohibit exporting a wide range of personal protective equipment outside the EAEU. The decision is required to have a reliable balance on masks, glasses, individual suits for doctors and other nomenclature; have no risk of excessive export of such goods outside the EAEU. "So much for the blanket prohibition. Today we have also discussed the national decisions being in effect. An agreement was reached to hold consultations of interested authorities to resolve issues if any Union country suffers from shortage as well as to address requests for mutual supplies and humanitarian aid", -Andrey Slepnev noted.

    The Council’s meeting has discussed a range of issues being a response to higher demand in stores for essential goods, food and hygiene products. "Indeed, retail chains in our countries are now experiencing increased pressure from consumers. The decision was made to finalize, within a week, the list of goods for temporary zeroing of tariff protection measures and reduction of duties. This pertains to foods, infant food, and a broad range of medicinal products, pharmaceuticals and components for their production. That is essential goods with higher demand noted indeed at present. We will finalize all these lists and adopt a decision in the next few days”, -Andrey Slepnev told.

    The EEC Minister also reported that in general, "an honest conversation was held on specific decisions and organizing interaction between authorities on the principles of the Eurasian solidarity. Authorized contact persons have been identified to ensure full contact of doctors and those who are responsible for providing commodity networks, so that this interaction, mutual assistance and advice can be implemented in practical terms as soon as possible".

    The EEC Council has also considered issues related to the movement of transport infrastructure personnel, car drivers who deliver goods and other personnel. In this regard, the sides have been instructed to elaborate mechanisms required for smooth and uninterrupted functioning of the commodity distribution network.

    The issue of moving citizens who come back home to their countries in transit through other EAEU States was discussed as well. "This is, indeed, a day-to-day work of our headquarters. Specific situations may, of course, arise and it is unavoidable. But they are quickly resolved", - the EEC Minister stressed.​


    Article Date: 3/25/2020
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    An extraordinary meeting of the EEC Council held on March 25 was devoted to the Eurasian Economic Union’s response to spreading coronavirus infection and developing joint response measures.

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  4. Contact: Кудаяров Уланбек Болотбекович
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    Elaborating measures to combat coronavirus has become a key topic of the agenda during the extraordinary meeting of the Eurasian Economic Commission’s Council held on March 25 in Moscow at the EEC’s headquarters. Deputy Prime Ministers - Members of the Council and Mikhail Myasnikovich, Chairman of the EEC Board, worked in the format of a videoconference, taking into account the difficult epidemiological situation in all Eurasian Economic Union countries.


    Opening the meeting, Mikhail Myasnikovich noted that "the coronavirus sick rate has not been stabilized yet in the Union countries. There are problems in the work of production and monetary spheres". Along with that, he stressed that the EAEU countries' state authorities adopted systemic and prompt decisions. The EEC Board monitors the situation, has sent a review of essential measures to the Union countries and made certain recommendations.


    "It makes sense to adopt a number of decisions to prevent the internal market from being swung by introducing unilateral prohibitions and restrictions by our countries,- Mikhail Myasnikovich said. - The relevant documents were adopted by the EEC Board and sent to the Council Members. This is a coercive measure that is within the framework of the Eurasian Economic Union’s law".


    In particular, restrictions have been proposed to export certain goods badly needed by citizens of its member countries in the internal market outside the Eurasian Economic Union. It is also planned to provide some benefits for importing socially important consumer goods.


    "Nowadays, our EAEU is being tested, as they say, to destruction, - Mikhail Myasnikovich stated. - Decisions must be agreed upon. It can’t be otherwise".


    Members of the EEC Council also discussed issues related to the upcoming meeting of the Eurasian Intergovernmental Council in April. It was decided to hold it in the video conference mode as well.​

    Article Date: 3/25/2020
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    Elaborating measures to combat coronavirus has become a key topic of the agenda during the extraordinary meeting of the Eurasian Economic Commission’s Council held on March 25 in Moscow at the EEC’s headquarters. Deputy Prime Ministers - Members of the Council and Mikhail Myasnikovich, Chairman of the EEC Board, worked in the format of a videoconference, taking into account the difficult epidemiological situation in all Eurasian Economic Union countries.

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  5. Contact: Кудаяров Уланбек Болотбекович
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    The industrial production of the Eurasian Economic Union increased by 2.5% in 2019. It increased in all EAEU countries. The Eurasian Economic Commission summarized the industrial activities of the Union States last year.

    As Artak Kamalyan, EEC Minister in charge of Industry and Agriculture, noted, high growth rates enabled the Union to join the ranks of world leaders in increasing the output of manufacturing products. In particular, in the fourth quarter of last year the Union’s industry outpaced the growth rate of the global manufacturing industry dynamics (2.6% growth in the EAEU against 0.7% growth in the world), as well as indicators of not only economically developed countries, but also developing countries, except China.

    In the regional context, the EAEU is ahead of many countries in Europe, Asia, North and Latin America in terms of industrial production growth, being second only to the world leader – China (5.8% growth) - in the industrial production growth rates.


    Armenia (9% growth) and Kyrgyzstan (6.9% growth) are the EAEU leaders in terms of industrial production growth rates. Kazakhstan has increased its industrial production by 3.8%, Russia has increased it by 2.4% and Belarus - by 1%. Along with that, while the pace of industrial production growth has slowed down in Belarus, Kazakhstan and Russia somewhat compared to the previous year, its significant acceleration is observed, on the contrary, in Armenia and Kyrgyzstan.

    The increase in industrial production was recorded in a majority of manufacturing industries – in 16 out of 21 industries.

    Pharmaceuticals (by 18.3%), manufacture of ready-made metal products (by 8.9%), electro-optical industry (by 7.7%), furniture industry (by 6.4%), manufacture of paper and paper products (by 4.5%), woodworking industry (by 4.4%), construction materials industry (by 4.3%) and food industry (by 4%) show the best growth rates.

    In 2019, the EAEU countries continued developing their cooperative ties. The scope of cooperative deliveries increased by 2.5% compared to the previous year.

    Outperforming growth rates of cooperative deliveries in terms of value are observed in such sectors as manufacture of other transport equipment (75.7% growth), manufacture of food, beverages and tobacco products (21.1% growth), automobile manufacturing (19.7% growth), pharmaceutical industry (10.9% growth), manufacture of wearing apparel (9.7% growth), manufacture of machinery and equipment (+6.7% growth) and electro-optical industry (4.1% growth).

    The EAEU States’ Industry Survey in January-December 2019 is published on the official website of the Eurasian Economic Commission and is available at the link.​

    Article Date: 3/25/2020
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    The industrial production of the Eurasian Economic Union increased by 2.5% in 2019. It increased in all EAEU countries. The Eurasian Economic Commission summarized the industrial activities of the Union States last year.

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