Belarus, Kazakhstan and Russia delegation carrying on negotiations to join WTO

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Belarus, Kazakhstan and Russia unified delegation is carrying out negotiations to join the World Trade Organization (WTO). EurAsEC Secretary General of the Eurasian Economic Community (EurAsEC), Tair Mansurov, informed journalists, following the results of the meeting with the President of Belarus, Alexander Lukashenko, on Monday, "Kazakhstan Today" agency reports citing Belarus news agency BELTA.

According to BELTA, T. Mansurov said that each country on the coordinated conditions will carry on negotiations to join WTO. These countries will join WTO simultaneously.

He informed that the presidents of Belarus, Russia and Kazakhstan will sign the documents on formation of the Customs Union in Minsk on November 27.

"The heads of three states at the summit in Minsk will confirm the Customs Code, unified custom duties and will sign the documents on customs administration.



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