Mishustin met with Rumas, Pashinyan and Kiku

the New Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin in Alma-ATA held several meetings with his counterparts from CIS countries. With Prime Minister of Belarus Sergei Rumas he discussed the potential of the Union state.

Meeting Rumasa and Molestina passed from eye to eye, without the participation of other members of delegations, notes TASS. 8 December 2019 the treaties establishing the Union state celebrated its 20th anniversary.

“Maximum harmonization of the legislations of the two countries will allow us to create a new driver of growth in our economies, to ease the conditions for doing business, to improve the welfare of citizens of the Russian Federation and Belarus,” — said Mishustin.

Rumas noted that the Russian partners in Minsk is ready to cooperate actively on many issues. Belarusian Prime Minister announced the holding soon in Moscow negotiations at level of heads of government. To be covered and energy supplies.

to find new areas for cooperation, urged the Russian Prime Minister Mishustin his Armenian colleague Nikol Pashinyan. He noted that Moscow and Yerevan associate partner, allied relations, Russia and Armenia are working together in the field of energy, transport, industry, cultural and humanitarian spheres.

the Russian share in foreign trade of Armenia exceeds 26 percent. In Armenia work 2200 Russian enterprises and a third of all joint ventures in Armenia account for the business with Russian participation.

the trade turnover is growing steadily: 11% growth to $ 2 billion in 2018 and a growth of 18% in January-November 2019.

“That’s good, we need to consolidate this positive trend to seek new areas for cooperation,” — said Mishustin.

Mikhail Mishustin said at a meeting with Prime Minister of Moldova, Ion chicu that Moscow is interested in expanding partnership with Chisinau. Kiku was in Moscow in November 2019. Then Russia took important steps to liberalize trade and economic relations with Moldaviath, for example, for the supply of fruit and vegetable and wine products.

the Bilateral trade turnover in January-November 2019 between the two countries increased by 6.4% compared to the same period of 2018. Turnover rose to almost half a billion dollars. By the way, Mishustin and Kiku for the first time participate in the meeting of the Eurasian intergovernmental Council. Mishustin was appointed Prime Minister only in January 2020, and Moldova has the status of observer in the EAEC.