Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin considered that deepening relations between Russia and the Eurasian Economic Union would lead to the development of direct cooperation between them.
During the Russian-Uzbek Business Forum in Samarkand today, Mishustin noted, according to RIA Novosti, that it is also necessary to deepen Uzbekistan's relations with the Eurasian Economic Union, because in terms of market capacity, industrial and agricultural potential, and mutual trade of economies, the Union is one of the leading regional entities with 190 million consumers.
He pointed out that there are good dynamics in the growth of trade between Russia and Uzbekistan in the year 2022, stressing the importance of maintaining positive trends by launching new projects.
The Eurasian Economic Union was established in early 2015 on the basis of the customs union, which existed at the time between Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan, and Armenia and Kyrgyzstan joined it later in the same year. In the sectors of trade, energy, industry, agriculture and transportation.
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