The heads of government from Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Russia will attend a regular meeting of the Eurasian Intergovernmental Council, which will convene in Almaty on 2 February. The meeting will be chaired by Dmitry Medvedev.
The heads of government from the EAEU states will discuss current development issues and ways to improve the EAEU legal framework.
In particular, the Agreement on the Marking of Goods with Identification Means in the EAEU is being prepared for signing. The heads of government will also approve the Regulations on the Drafting, Financing and Implementation of Interstate Programmes and Projects in Industry.
Their agenda also includes specific matters related to competition rules on the cross-border market, pensions in the member states and cooperation in the agricultural sector. The participants also plan to discuss the macroeconomic situation in their countries and mutual trade.
Dmitry Medvedev will also take part in the Digital Agenda in the Globalisation Era international forum and will speak at its plenary meeting. The forum will be attended by his EAEU colleagues and international experts, as well as the heads of government agencies from Kazakhstan and local and international journalists.
The forum aims to promote the EAEU’s positions in digital globalisation and partnership among the EAEU member states. Discussions at the forum will focus on the integration of the EAEU countries’ information systems.