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Eastern Economic Forum - accelerator of integration in Greater Eurasia

The need for market liberalization in the Eurasian Economic Union, priority projects for the EEU countries in the context of the formation of the Economic belt of the Silk Road and the prospects for the Agreement on trade and economic cooperation with the People's Republic of China was told by Veronika Nikishina, member of the Board of Trade (Minister) for Trade of the Eurasian Economic Commission, in Vladivostok on September 11 within the framework of the Eastern Economic Forum.

Two sessions of the forum "The Far East as a Center for Economic Cooperation with the APR: Business and Power Dialogue" and "Crossroads of the Silk Road" were devoted to these issues, in which representatives of the Eurasian Economic Cooperation Organization (EECO) took part.

At the first session, the participants discussed the difficulties and opportunities that exist on the way to diversifying and strengthening trade and investment flows in the Asia-Pacific region, as well as the chances and ways of integration into the APR's integration agenda.