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12 Февраля, 2020 12:26

Eurasian Economic Commission and World Bank discussed new cooperation approaches

Chairman of the Board of the Eurasian Economic Commission Mikhail Myasnikovich and Vice President of the World Bank for the Europe and Central Asia Region Cyril Muller met at the EEC headquarters in Moscow on February 11, Strategy2050.kz reports with reference to the official website of the EEC.

Eurasian Economic Commission and World Bank discussed new cooperation approaches  | Strategy2050.kz

The parties discussed possible areas of interaction among the EEC and the World Bank, issues of pairing the EAEU and the Chinese initiative “One Belt, One Road”, prospects for introducing a unified system of traceability of goods within the Union.

Mikhail Myasnikovich noted that the World Bank is working on a bilateral basis with all EAEU states, pointing out that more active interaction with the Union as a whole could have a much greater economic effect.

The Chairman of the EEC Board proposed reformatting the work in such a way as to proceed with the implementation of infrastructure projects across the entire Eurasian Economic Union.

“These projects should be very attractive, motivate countries to participate,” he said.

The parties agreed on new approaches to cooperation and on the implementation of future joint projects in the interests of developing the economies of the EAEU countries.

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