Russian President Vladimir Putin considers it necessary to deepen industrial cooperation in the Eurasian space, promoting a quality mark “made in the EAEU.” The head of the Russian state expressed such an idea, speaking on Thursday at a meeting of the Supreme Eurasian Economic Council in an expanded composition.
“I would like to note the need to develop industrial cooperation, an increase in the number of new joint production under the common brand” made in the EAEU. “It is important that such a new brand as soon as possible to become recognizable and gain the popularity of consumers in all our countries, and the Eurasian sign The qualities of goods manufactured in the territory of the states of the Five mean the correspondence of the products to the highest standards, ”he said.
According to the Russian leader, coordinated efforts are in demand to strengthen technological sovereignty in the system -forming sectors of the economy, to achieve genuine technological self -sufficiency.
“In practical terms, it would propose to coordinate and implement uniform priorities of technological transformation and innovative cooperation, which would allow our countries to not depend on critically significant sectors from foreign technologies and companies, especially if we find certain trends in restricting cooperation by other countries in these industries, ”said Putin.
In the same context, he added, one would think about creating Eurasian technological alliances with the connection of interested partners from third countries. According to the President of the Russian Federation, the goal of such alliances could be the organization of new high -tech high -tech industries on the territory of the EAEU participants.
Note that negotiations began with a meeting in a narrow composition in which Russian President Vladimir Putin, Prime Minister of Armenia Nikol Pashinyan, President of Belarus, President of Kazakhstan Kasym-Zhomart Tokaev, President of Kyrgyz, Sadyr Zhaparov and Chairman of the College of Eurasian, took part Economic Commission Mikhail Myasnikovich.
In an expanded format, the President of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev joined the meeting on video communication as the head of state -observer at the EAEU. In addition, Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev and Tajik President Emomali Rahmon were invited to negotiations (participated in the video).
The meeting was also attended by the Executive Secretary of the CIS Sergey Lebedev and General Secretary of the SCO ZHAZHAN MIN.