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YEREVAN, November 6 (Itar-Tass) - Armenia should assess the amount of work to be done for full-fledged membership in the Customs Union and the Eurasian Economic Space, Armenian Prime Minister Tigran Sargsyan said upon the conclusion of the talks with Chairman of the Collegium of the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC), Viktor Khristenko.
“The main task we have now is to assess the amount of work we must do jointly for Armenia to become a full-fledged member of the Customs Union and the Eurasian Economic Space,” the premier said. “A great deal has been done by experts, specialists and officials,” Sargsyan said.
“The consultations, certainly, enable assessment of the preparedness of our infrastructures and our legislation, and of the amount of work we must do,” the premier said. “The consultations enable us to sees what must be done and in what timeframe,” he said. “We must adopt new normative documents, and prepare the infrastructure in keeping with the requirements of the Customs Union,” Sargsyan explained.
The memorandum on the deepening of interaction between Armenia and the EEC “we signed today on behalf of our presidents offers an opportunity of intensive communication and information exchange,” the premier noted. ”The access to a vast volume of information EEC member countries have is of particular importance,” he said.
Sargsyan added with satisfaction that “there exists complete understanding on all key issues, there are no differences at all, there are only questions to settle and tasks to fulfill and this should be done together,” he said.