Some TRs are still[ when? Here you can see the list of developed CU TRs. There are two types of conformity assessment procedures — certification of conformity CoC and declaration of conformity DoC. List of products which are subject to certification and declaration is provided in the relevant CU TRs. The term of validity is defined in the certificate it can be up to 5 years. However: a There are areas where national requirements are valid in each member country.
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The member states of the union underwent economic reforms and privatisation. When the USSR began to fall in , the presidents of Belarus , Kazakhstan and Russia [journal 2] of the founding republics signed the Belavezha Accords on 8 December , declaring that the Soviet Union would cease to exist and proclaimed the Commonwealth of Independent States in its place.
In , during a speech at Moscow State University , the first President of Kazakhstan , Nursultan Nazarbayev , suggested the idea of creating a "Eurasian Union" as a regional trading bloc in order to connect to and profit from the growing economies of Europe and East Asia.
The vision would be to simplify the free flow of goods across Eurasia. The CIS initiated the lengthy process of Eurasian integration. As a result, numerous treaties have been signed by member states to establish the regional trading bloc gradually. Its purpose was to gradually lead the way toward the creation of open borders without passport controls between member states.
The treaty established a common market for its member states. A Treaty on a Single Economic Space by Belarus, Kazakhstan, Russia and Ukraine was signed in and ratified in , but the process was stalled after the Orange revolution. It was launched as a first step towards forming a broader single market inspired by the European Union , with the objective of forming an alliance between former Soviet states.
On January 1, , the three states established the Eurasian Economic Space which ensures the effective functioning of a single market for goods, services, capital and labour, and to establish coherent industrial, transport, energy and agricultural policies.
The presidents of Armenia and Kyrgyzstan were also present at the signing ceremony. Russian president Vladimir Putin stated, "Today we have created a powerful, attractive centre of economic development, a big regional market that unites more than million people".
Eurasische Union: Putins Großmachtfantasie hat keine Zukunft
Eurasian Economic Union