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MOSCOW, December 24, 21:30 /ITAR-TASS/. Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan have approved the institutional section of the Eurasian Economic Union treaty, Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Tuesday at an extended meeting of the Supreme Eurasian Economic Couincil.
He said that earlier in the day he had had a meeting with his counterparts from Kazakhstan and Belarus to discuss basic guidelines for the development of Eurasian economic integration.
“The three heads of state actually approved the institutional section of the draft treaty on the Eurasian Economic Union,” Putin said.