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YEREVAN, February 13. /ITAR-TASS/. An agreement on Armenia’s decision to join the Customs Union will be ready for May, Armenian Prime Minister Tigran Sargyan said on Thursday.
The premier demanded a schedule on the republic’s admission to the Customs Union be strictly observed. “Really, much work has been done. We’ll able to come to agreement on a roadmap with specialists of the Eurasian Economic Commission’s working group,” Sargsyan said.
“This will guarantee that we’ll be able to sign an agreement by May,” he said, adding “It is not incidental that the Customs Union partners praised our work.