Armenian PM calls to stick to Customs Union accession roadmap

Armenian PM calls to stick to Customs Union accession roadmap

PanARMENIAN.Net - During a government meeting Tuesday, Jan 14, Armenian Prime Minister Tigran Sargsyan has called to stick to the roadmap for accession of the country to the Customs Union.

Heads of working groups formed for facilitating the process, briefed on their activity and got further instructions.

As PM Sargsyan said earlier, the roadmap approved by the Presidents of Belarus, Kazakhstan, Russia and Armenia in Moscow on December 24, envisages an agreement to be signed in May 2014. “This is the task 22 working groups consisting of best experts of our country are charged with,” he said.

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