A draft document has been prepared, Sargsyan said at a session of the Supreme Eurasian Economic Council on Thursday.
“I ask you to set a deadline for signing a treaty on Armenia’s joining the Eurasian Economic Union,” he said.
“It will take two or three days to find mutually advantageous decisions on the remaining issues,” Sargsyan said.
“I confirm that the country is ready to take necessary measures in order to submit the treaty to the parliament shortly and approve it,” he said.
Today we are creating together a powerful and attractive centre of economic development, a major regional market which brings together more than 170 million people. Vladimir Putin President of the Russian Federation
Commenting on Armenia’s intention to sign the Eurasian Economic Union treaty, Sargsyan said Armenia had worked out the roadmap for its joining the union.
“The term has been set by businessmen and the public, who seek to receive answers to the existing questions,” he said.
Head of the Eurasian Economic Commission Viktor Khristenko said June is a real deadline to prepare and submit the document for signing.