Government to consider amendments to EurAsEC court statute
MOSCOW, February 16 - RAPSI. The Russian government is expected to consider on Thursday draft amendments to the statute of the Eurasian Economic Community's (EurAsEC) court, the government website reports.
The amendments will provide third party states an access to the EurAsEC court.
The draft law was submitted by the Russian Foreign Ministry. The government will consider submitting it to the president for subsequent submission to the State Duma for ratification.
"Protocol execution is necessitated by the Treaty on Access to the EurAsEC Court for Business Entities regarding Disputes within the Customs Union and specifics of Legal Proceedings with Respect Thereof dated December 9, 2010, which providing access to the EurAsEC court for business entities of the Customs Union member-states and third parties, the meeting documents read.
EurAsEC member-states are parties to the treaty.
Founded in 2001 EurAsEC is an international economic organization composed of Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan.