A significant problem in the Eurasian economic Union is associated with the formation of a unified gas market, said on Saturday the Prime Minister of Armenia Nikol Pashinian.
«In the framework of the Eurasian economic Union agreed development strategy and in this strategy we seem to have consensus, except for one point – it is a question of forming a unified gas market. The EEU has no essential problems, the only problem is the coordination of the principles of the common market of gas», — said Pashinyan during a press-conference in online mode.
According to him, the fact that a single gas market should be in the framework of the EAEU recorded, but not yet agreed upon the question how this market should operate. The Prime Minister expressed hope that the meeting of heads of States of the EAEC on may 19 this strategic location will be agreed upon and countries will work on, to develop, to develop the Association, deepen economic and trade ties.
The Eurasian economic Union — international integration economic Union functioning from January 1, 2015. The Union members — Russia, Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan. In 2020, the EAEU Belarus presides.