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BISHKEK, November 20, 18:18 /ITAR-TASS/. Kyrgyzstan has actually completed all the interstate procedures to bring into force the CIS Free Trade Zone Agreement, Zhantoro Satybaldiyev, Kyrgyzstan’s Prime Minister, told Itar-Tass in the press office of Kyrgyzstan’s government in St Petersburg on Wednesday during the regular meeting of the CIS Council of heads of Government in a narrow format.
“The parliament of the country [Kyrgyzstan] endorsed the bill ratifying the agreement a week ago,” the press service quotes Satybaltiyev as saying. “This, undoubtedly, will promote considerably the deepening of integration processes in the Commonwealth,” he said.
The premier has said Kyrgyzstan gives special attention to the implementation of the provisions of the Free Trade Zone Agreement the parties signed in October 2011.
Kyrgyzstan will continue the effort to implement the provisions of the agreement, particularly those that apply to the use of customs duties, the lifting of qualitative limitations and the use of anti-dumping, compensatory and special protective measures in mutual trade, the prime minister said.