European court says sanctions against Russia's oil major Rosneft are justifiedBusiness & Economy March 28, 11:22
Finnish president stresses Arctic should be free of geopolitical disputesWorld March 28, 11:11
Blaze at Ukrainian ammo depot extinguished, residents return homeWorld March 28, 10:13
Serbia’s PM believe Russia concerned by instability in BalkansWorld March 28, 3:40
About 3,000 troops to take part in missile force’s drills in central RussiaMilitary & Defense March 27, 20:55
Russian footballers must ‘force own game’ on Belgium in Sochi friendly match — coachSport March 27, 20:34
UN denies rumors of Staffan de Mistura’s resignationWorld March 27, 20:16
Prominent Russian lawyer vows to look into detention of journalists during Moscow ralliesRussian Politics & Diplomacy March 27, 20:05
Kremlin says world chess tournaments should go as planned despite FIDE’s presidential rowSport March 27, 19:32
MOSCOW, October 11. /TASS/. After joining the Eurasian Economic Union (EEU), Armenia will exempt from customs duties military products to be imported in 2015-2022, according to the treaty on Armenia’s accession to the EEU posted on the website of the Eurasian Economic Commission, an EEU regulatory body.
The benefit will relate to products designed for Armenia’s armed forces, whose analogues are not produced in other EEU members.
Also exempted from duty will be certain types of civil helicopters and jets, as well as goods imported to Armenia for construction and modernization of nuclear power plants.