Lukashenko Expects Concrete Solutions to Advance CES Creation

14.03.2011 15:56
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Belarus expects concrete decisions that will advance the creation of the Common Economic Space of the Customs Union's member-countries. This was stated by President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko at a meeting with EurAsEC Secretary General Tair Mansurov on March 14. "We expect concrete decisions to advance the CES creation of the three states of Belarus, Kazakhstan and Russia," said the president. 

At the same time Alexander Lukashenko noted that Minsk would host a very important round of negotiations in the EEA framework on March 15, BelTA informs.

«It’s important to get accurate information in terms of work in this direction — CES creation. You have to say what Belarus still has to do of our promises. We’ve given such promises to Russia and Kazakhstan, which are not that revolutionary but very fast,» said President of Belarus.

In particular, Belarus has promised 17 to ratify the agreements, actually completing the EEA creation in Belarus, by January 1. According to Alexander Lukashenko, Belarus is interested in the way these processes go on in other states, as well as in its future prospects.

«Your words will mean a lot because everyone is waiting for concrete results from the creation of the Common Economic Space,» concluded the head of state.