EAEU: History

1994 Kazakhstani President, Nursultan Nazarbayev first suggests the idea of creating a regional trade bloc during a speech at Moscow State University.
A detailed integration project was submitted to the Heads of States. The integration alliance was referred to as "The Eurasian Union". 1994
1995 Belarus, Kazakhstan, and Russia sign the Treaty on the Customs Union, which was aimed at eliminating any barriers hindering free economic cooperation, ensuring free trade and fair competition, and eventually guaranteeing sustainable economic development of the parties.
Belarus, Kazakhstan, and Russia sign the Treaty on Deepening Economic and Humanitarian Integration in Moscow, Russia. 1996
1999 Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, and Tajikistan sign the treaty on the Customs Union and Single Economic Space in Moscow, Russia.
Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, and Tajikistan establish the Eurasian Economic Community in order to efficiently pormote the formation of the Customs Union and single Economic Space. 2000
2003 Belarus, kazakhstan, Russia, and Ukraine sign the Treaty on Establishment of the Single Economic Space in Yalta.
The Treaty on the creation of the Single Customs Territory and Establishment of the Customs Union of the Republic of Belarus, the Republic of Kazakhstan and the Russian Federation was signed in Dushanbe. The treaty was aimed at assuring the free movement of goods, fostering favorable trade conditions between the Customs Union and other countries, and promoting economic integration. 2007
2010 The Customs Union of the Republic of Belarus, the Republic of Kazkhstan and the Russian Federation was launched: The Common Customs Tariff was implemented, customs formalities and customs control at the international borders were cancelled, and free movement of goods within the three nations was ensured.
The Declaration on Establishment of the Single Economic Space of the Republic of Bularus, the Republic of Kazakhstan and the Russian Federation was signed. 2010
2011 A decision was made to start negotiations on the accession of the Kyrgyz Republic to the Customs Union.
The treaties entered into force, providing the legal framework for the Single Economic Space of the Republic of Belarus, the Republic of Kazakhstan and the Russian Federation and also ensuring free movement not only of goods, but also of services, capital, and labor. 2012
2014 Belarus, Kazakhstan, and Russia sign the Treaty on the Eurasian Economic Union thus establishing the Eurasian Economic Union.
The Agreement on Accession of the republic of Armenia to the EAEU was signed in Minsk. 2014
2014 Belarus, Kazakhstan, Russia, and Krygyzstan sign the Agreement on Accession of the Krygyz Republic to the EAEU.
The Treaty on the Eurasian Economic Union enters into force for Belarus, Kazakhstan, and Russia. 2015
2015 The Treaty on the Eurasian Economic Union enters into force for Armenia.
The Treaty on the Eurasian Economic Union enters into force for Kyrgyzstan. 2015

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Eurasian Economic Union

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