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August 13, 2017 18:20

EAEU intergovernmental council to discuss mutual recognition of national driving licenses

ASTANA. Aug 13 (Interfax) - The Eurasian Intergovernmental Council (EIC) will discuss measures to implement a coordinated transport policy and to establish a common electric power market, and mutual recognition of national driving licenses, materials to the EIC meeting, which will be held in Astana on August 14, said.

Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev will attend the EIC meeting.

EIC is one of the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) bodies, which comprises Russia, Belarus, Armenia, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan.

The EIC meeting is also expected to focus on development of sectoral trends of integration and removal of barriers on the EAEU internal market. Meanwhile, the EIC members will consider a Eurasian Economic Commission report on the progress of drafting a program document on implementation of the EAEU's digital agenda through 2025.

EIC plans to sum up intermediate results of efforts to elaborate a draft agreement on pension provision for employees in the EAEU countries and consider the issue of mutual recognition of national driving licenses.

The participants in the meeting will also consider the drafting of an agreement aimed at the establishment of a free trade area between the EAEU and Iran.

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February 18, 2018
 
20:32
Rossotrudnichestvo office in Kyiv should suspend operations until Ukrainian authorities clarify situation - Kosachyov
 
20:26
Significant damage caused to Rossotrudnichestvo office in Kyiv, no casualties - chief
 
20:16
Attack on Rossotrudnichestvo office in Kyiv is provocation, its closure not under consideration - Rossotrudnichestvo head
 
19:36
Number of fatalities in Dagestan shooting grows to 5 - health department
 
19:28
Gunman in Dagestan shooting incident identified as 22-year-old local resident - Investigative Committee
 
19:24
Criminal case on charges of murder, attempt to kill law enforcement officials opened in wake of Dagestan shooting
 
19:19
Dagestani Interior Ministry denies reports on woman's detention following shooting incident in Kizlyar
 
18:43
TWO PEOPLE INJURED IN SHOOTING INCIDENT IN DAGESTAN'S KIZLYAR IN CRITICAL CONDITION - HEALTH MINISTRY
 
18:42
DEATH TOLL IN DAGESTAN SHOOTING INCIDENT RISES TO 5 AS INJURED WOMAN DIES ON OPERATING TABLE - HEALTH MINISTRY
 
18:29
Dagestani Interior Ministry confirms gunman kills 4, injures 3 with hunting rifle in Kizlyar
 
18:26
RUSSIA SHOULD FREEZE ROSSOTRUDNICHESTVO OPERATIONS IN KYIV BEFORE SITUATION CLARIFIED SO AS NOT TO PUT LIVES, SAFETY OF ITS STAFF, VISITORS AT RISK - KOSACHYOV
 
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Security of Rossotrudnichestvo office in Kyiv should be reinforced - head of Duma CIS Affairs Committee
 
18:10
MAN WHO SHOT, KILLED FOUR IN DAGESTAN IDENTIFIED, HE IS LOCAL RESIDENT BORN IN 1995 - - INVESTIGATIVE COMMITTEE
 
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SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE CAUSED TO OFFICE OF ROSSOTRUDNICHESTVO IN KYIV, NO ONE INJURED - ROSSOTRUDNICHESTVO HEAD TO INTERFAX
 
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