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The Eurasian Economic Commission was the regulatory agency for the Eurasian Economic Community, the Common Economic Space, and the Customs Union of Belarus, Kazakhstan, and Russia.
Only Kazakhstan, Russia and Belarus entered the Customs Union and Common Economic Space.
According to Minister Ordabayev, that initiative by President Nazarbayev led to the creation of several successful inter-state structures, including the Eurasian Economic Community, the Customs Union and the Common Economic Space of Belarus, Kazakhstan and Russia.
The 2013 EAMF's agenda includes issues of regional security after the withdrawal of coalition troops from Afghanistan, information security amid rapid development of social mass media, discussion of the situation in the Middle East, EXPO 2017 prospects and the development of a Common Economic Space in Eurasia as well as a series of other pressing modern problems.
The success of the ongoing democratic reforms in Morocco makes the goal of establishing a common economic space with the European Union (EU) more attainable, said the European Commissioner for Policy Neighborhood and enlargement, Stefan Fule.
According to Putin's idea the new alliance is to be based on the Common Economic Space between Russia, Belarus, and Kazakhstan kicking off on January 1, 2011, reminded Russian political scientist Dmitry Orlov, as cited by the Kommersant daily.
Talks also featured high on the Lebanese-Iranian ties and the means to boost cooperation especially in the scientific and technical fields with view of creating a common economic space.
Russia confirms it could lift customs duties on crude after creation of Common Economic Space is formalized.