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 Wednesday, December 4 2019 11:08
Alexandr Avanesov

RA Deputy Foreign Minister: Any integration gives Armenia a definite  advantage

RA Deputy Foreign Minister: Any integration gives Armenia a definite  advantage

ArmInfo. The National Assembly of Armenia at its meeting on December 4 ratified the  agreement "on international treaties of the Eurasian Economic Union  with third states, international organizations or international  integration associations."

As RA Deputy Foreign Minister Shavarsh Kocharian noted in his speech,  integration gives Armenia a definite advantage. According to him, the  document submitted for ratification, in fact, is the procedure for  concluding international treaties by the states of the Eurasian  Economic Union with third states, international organizations or  international integration associations. The agreement was signed in  Sochi on May 14, 2018. It determines the procedure for concluding,  terminating and suspending the international treaties of the Eurasian  Economic Union with third states, international organizations or  international integration associations. The procedure for interaction  between the Member States and the Eurasian Economic Commission when  the Union concludes international treaties is determined by the  Council of the Commission. A proposal to conclude an international  treaty may be submitted by a Member State, a member of the Council of  the Commission, or a third party. The Board of the Commission may, in  the established manner, apply to members of the Council of the  Commission with a request to initiate the issue of concluding an  international treaty. A proposal to conclude an international  agreement in writing shall be sent to the Commission. The Chairman of  the Board of the Commission shall inform the governments of the  Member States of the receipt of such a proposal by the time  determined in the manner of interaction.  Member States are studying  the proposal to conclude an international treaty, hold consultations,  if necessary, and inform the Commission in writing of their positions  within the time period specified in the interaction procedure. A  summary of the positions of the Member States shall be sent by the  Commission to the Member States within the time period specified in  the order of interaction.

If all Member States agree that it is advisable to further consider  the proposal to conclude an international treaty, the Commission  shall ensure that this issue is considered within the framework of  the relevant advisory bodies to the Board of the Commission and  conducts a preliminary analysis of the economic feasibility of  concluding an international treaty taking into account the positions  of member states. In the absence of the consent of one or several  Member States with the desirability of further consideration of the  proposal to conclude an international treaty received from a third  party, the Commission shall inform the Union of the third party about  the position of the Union by sending an appropriate response  previously agreed with the Member States. Reservations to this  Agreement are not permitted. 

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