YEREVAN, February 3. / ARKA /. The Armenian government has published today the country’s ‘roadmap’ designed for its accession to the Russia-led Customs Union on its official website.
The document called "The schedule of actions aimed at implementing the program of activities (roadmap) designed for Armenia’s accession to the Customs Union and the Common Economic Space of Belarus, Kazakhstan and the Russian Federation," includes 262 measures.
On January 23 the government approved the timetable of actions to be implemented as part of Armenia’s accession to the trade bloc.
According to economy minister Vahram Avanesyan, the timetable consists of 262 measures, 150 of which must be carried out before Armenia’s formal joining the bloc. -0-