Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan has taken part in the Eurasian Intergovernmental Council’s session in St Petersburg, Russia.
After a narrow-format meeting, the cabinet heads from the EEU member countries lined up for a protocol photo-session before proceeding to an extended discussion.
According to a press release by the Government, the meeting focused on the EEU digital agenda and customs cooperation, as well as further procedures for enhancing the legal-normative base across the Union. The sides also considered plans for creating a separate body to investigate aviation accidents, as well as the potential for developing a natural gas market.
The Council also decided to create a high-level working group to consider integration partnership between cooperative societies and the possible replacement of imports in the dominant sectors of the economy.
The Council members decided to conduct the next regular session in Belarus this autumn.