Transferring Powers to Eurasian Union Does Not Harm Sovereignty

The move by Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan to transfer powers to the bodies of the Eurasian Economic Union (EAU), currently being created, does not entail any harm to national sovereignty, Russian President Vladimir Putin said Thursday.

 

“The transfer of certain powers to national bodies of the Union brings absolutely no harm to the sovereignty of our states,” Putin said during the Supreme Eurasian Economic Council session in the Kazakh capital Astana.

 

“The treaty has an epochal and historic meaning, opening the broadest perspectives for developing economies and increasing prosperity of our countries’ citizens,” Putin said.

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