The Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) is conducting necessary work to conclude free trade agreements with Egypt, India, Indonesia, and Mongolia, Member of the Board of the Eurasian Economic Commission Andrei Slepnev told a briefing on 1 February, BelTA has learned.
“We have serious instructions from the heads of state to increase activity within the development of trade agreements and free trade zones. In particular, we plan to resume the negotiation process in the first half of the year, to hold negotiations along the tracks that we have, with Egypt, the largest economy in Africa, and also with India. We held consultations, despite COVID-19, at a high, ministerial level. We hope that the solutions we have found will boost the negotiation process. We see a high interest of partners to cooperate with the EAEU,” Andrei Slepnev said.