MINSK, June 9 (Itar-Tass) - Minsk is ready to sign the customs code of the Customs Union between Belarus, Russia and Kazakhstan without exceptions, Deputy Foreign Minister Andrei Yevdochenko told the Belarussian-Polish economic forum on Wednesday.
He noted that the customs code signed by Russia and Kazakhstan in St. Petersburg in May contains exceptions. Belarus' state customs committee also took an active part in drafting the document.
"Belarus is ready to sign it, too, but without exceptions," the diplomat said.
Yevdochenko recalled that in relations with Russian partners Belarus faced serious problems pertaining to the creation of a common customs space.