Russian and Belarus authorities resolved their principle differences and came to the agreements related to integration into the Union State. Minister of Economic Development Maksim Oreshkin said this, as TASS reported.
"Now all the principal differences are resolved. All the agreements are reached, and great work is ahead," Oreshkin informed.
According to him, the meeting of the countries' Prime Ministers should take place soon, where the final draft of the agreements has to be set. We recall that the previous negotiations were held in St. Petersburg in July.
The program within the Union State includes such economic spheres as tax legislation, financial, budget and monetary policy. It expects deeper and wider collaboration than this which is now acting within the Euroasian Economic Union.
The last negotiations between Vladimir Putin and Aleksandr Lukashenko took place on the Sixth Forum of Russian and Belarus regions on July 18 where the state leaders discussed various integration issues and controversial points.
In 2010, it was announced by the Union State website that the Constitutional Act was 99% ready.