YEREVAN, December 1. /ARKA/. Cooperation with the Eurasian Economic Union member countries in customs area will allow Armenia to react to problems quickly and to find effective solutions to them, Karen Karapetyan, Armenian prime minister, said Wednesday as met head of the union countries’ customs agencies, who came to Armenia to attend the 21st session of the united board of the customs union countries’ customs services.
Karapetyan said that such meetings enhance effectiveness of the cooperation and added that it will be possible to increase competitiveness of national economies by joint efforts and to ensure favorable conditions for stable development of businesses.
Reminding the guests that a draft customs code of the Eurasian Economic Union has been approved at the previous session, he expressed confidence that it will become one of the key documents of legal and normative platform of the union and will contribute to enhancement of effectiveness of the union’s economic activity and will improve conditions for foreign economic activity.
The heads of the delegations thanked the prime minister for willingness to adopt it in Armenia.
Vladimir Bulavin, the head of Russia’s customs service, said that the adoption of the customs code will give a new impetus to development of integration processes, enhancement of effectiveness and transparency and simplification of trade turnover. -0—