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Eurasian Economic Community (EurAsEC or EAEC) was
put into motion on 10 October 2000 when Belarus,
Russia and Tajikistan signed the treaty.
EurAsEC was formally created when the treaty was finally ratified by all
five member states in May 2001. EurAsEC grew out of the CIS Customs
Union. All the members of EurAsEC are also members of the older
Commonwealth of Independent States and the relationship between the two
organisations is ambiguous.
common borders with the rest of the community is a prerequisite for full
May 2002, Moldova and
Ukraine were granted observer status within
EurAsEC; however, Ukraine subsequently declared its desire not to become
a full member state. Armenia received observer status in April 2003.
developments in Ukraine and Moldova during 2004 and 2005 are
demonstrating that these countries currently don't want full membership
in the organisation.
applied for membership in October 2005 when the process of merging of
Central Asian Cooperation Organization (CACO) and the Eurasian Economic
Community began. It joined on 25 January 2006. It is not clear what will
happen to the status of current CACO observers, that are not observers
to EurAsEC (Georgia and Turkey).
the revival of EurAsEC in 2005 there is a possibility for the Common
Economic Space agenda to be implemented in its framework with or without
the participation of Ukraine.
current Secretary General of EurAsEC is Grigory Rapota.
By the Courtesy of Wikipedia