Russia sees the grouping as a stepping stone to a wide-ranging Eurasian Economic Union, and has even touted membership to Moldova and Ukraine, though Kiev has long harbored ambitions of moving closer to the EU.
What does EEU stand for?
EEU stands for Eurasian Economic Union
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We have 11 other meanings of EEU in our Acronym Attic
- Eglise Evangélique d'Uccle (French: Evangelical Church in Uccle; Uccle, Belgium)
- Electrical Engineering Unlimited (South Africa)
- Electrical Equipment Upgrading (Georgia)
- Electronic Equipment Unit (FBX-T radar)
- Empower European Universities (Netherlands)
- Energy Efficiency Utility
- Engineering Evaluation Unit
- Environmental Evaluation Unit (University of Cape Town; South Africa)
- Environmental Exposure Unit
- Esperanza Entertainment Unit (Esperanza High School; Spain)
- Europa Esperanto Unio
- European Economic Union
- European Esperanto-Union
- Evangelism Explosion Uganda (Christianity)
- Experiment Environmental Unit
- Experimental Education Unit (University of Washington; Seattle, WA)
- Extravehicular Excursion Unit
- Eclaireuses et Eclaireurs Unionistes de France (French)
- Enhanced End Use Monitoring
- European EIAS (Electric Image Animation System) Usergroup Meeting
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The concept of the Eurasian economic union - what lessons can be learned from the crisis-stricken European Union?
The Conference will discuss the general trends of the current Eurasian integration on the example of Kyrgyzstan's accession into the Common Economic Space; will provide information on prospects of interaction with the Eurasian Economic Union.
Russia sees this grouping as a stepping stone to a wide-ranging Eurasian Economic Union, and has even touted membership to Moldova and Ukraine, though Kiev has long harbored ambitions of moving closer to the EU.
Nobody can say what the composition of the Eurasian Economic Union would be by January 2015, however, there is one candidate for accession - Kyrgyzstan, she said.
In November 2011, the Russian, Belarusian and Kazakh presidents signed a declaration on Eurasian economic integration, aimed at eventually creating the Eurasian Economic Union, which will be based on the Customs Union and common economic space among the three countries.
In his election program Vladimir Putin declared about creation of the Eurasian Economic Union with participation of Belarus, Kazakhstan, (Customs Union members), as well as Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan, which, according to Putin, may join the Union later.