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Putin called the union of Russia and the former Soviet republics “a powerful pole of the world”

Date: March 26, 2023 Time: 14:03:44

The president wrote a letter on the occasion of Moscow’s presidency in the EAEU


In 2023, Russia will chair the Eurasian Economic Union. This is one of the organizations that unites us and the former Soviet republics. Only unlike the CIS, which formally includes both Ukraine and Moldova, the EAEU includes only those countries with which we have normal relations.

On Monday, Vladimir Putin addressed the leaders of Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Armenia. He recalled that the association has developed well since its foundation in 2015. Mutual trade increased by 60%, foreign trade by 46%.

In addition, three quarters of the payments are made in national currency. Exactly what we have been looking for for many years from other business partners.

“The Union has every opportunity to become one of the powerful, independent and self-sufficient poles of the emerging multipolar world,” the Russian leader said.

The president announced that during the Moscow presidency of the EAEU, he will begin the development of long-term plans for unification until 2030 and 2045. He summed up what he was talking about:

1. Develop the technological capability to eventually achieve “true independence.”

2. The introduction of advanced solutions in the automotive and chemical industries, transportation engineering, aviation, etc.

3. “The launch of the Integrated Information System of the EAEU and supranational systems for monitoring the circulation of products will make it possible to identify and withdraw from the union market unsafe and low-quality products,” Putin announced.

The president proposed to return unified university textbooks in technical and humanitarian disciplines, as well as inter-university internships. This is necessary in order for education to be uniform, and a conditional electrical engineer from Belarus could theoretically work in Kazakhstan, since the curricula in both countries are similar.

Apparently, the EAEU does not plan to rely on contacts with the West. The president listed promising partners, and neither Europe nor the United States are among them.

“We intend to contribute in every possible way to the completion of the ongoing work on free trade agreements with Egypt, Iran and India, as well as activate new negotiation tracks, including with Indonesia and the United Arab Emirates,” he said. the head of state. referring to the export of goods to Africa, the Middle East and South America.

Puck Henry
Puck Henry
Puck Henry is an editor for ePrimefeed covering all types of news.

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