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MINSK, May 21. /ITAR-TASS/. Belarusian senior government official said Minsk is in principle ready to sign a treaty on the Eurasian Economic Union in Astana on May 29.
“Yesterday we discussed a final document, made remarks, put forth proposals and found compromises,” Belarusian Vice-Premier Vladimir Semashko said at the Belarusian Industrial Forum on Wednesday.
Belarus wants to create the common market without restrictions and to make the parties comply with the agreements, he said.
The creation of the Eurasian Economic Union will open new ways for cooperation and give investors access to a huge market, including the oil and gas market, Semashko said.