Rus Eng Az Lz

Federal Lezghi
National and Cultural Autonomy

Your Login

Armenia may join Customs Union in April

Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan will attend a session of the Supreme Eurasian Economic Commission in Minsk on April 29 and may sign a treaty to join the Moscow-led Customs Union, reports.

Karine Minasyan, deputy minister for economy and head of the Armenian working group for joining the Customs Union, said that steps set in the road map had been accomplished. The treaty will be signed by presidents of Russia, Kazakhstan, Belarus and Armenia.

No decision has been made for 900 types of goods. The custom fees for them in Armenia are lower than the fees of the Customs Union.


Vestnik Kavkaza


Maybe you are interested in:

Armenia to get 1.13% of customs duties from imports of goods to Eurasian Economic Union

Armenia to join Eurasian Economic Union in 2015 — Kremlin official

Putin calls for agreement on Armenia's membership in Eurasian Economic Union

Armenia speeds up joining Customs Union

Armenia chooses CSTO

Comments (0)