Russia will provide $200 million in financial assistance to Kyrgyzstan in the next 2 years for harmonization of the legislation and preparation of the national economy for the Customs and Eurasian Economic Unions accession, Russian Federal Council Chairperson Valentina Matviyenko said during the talks with Parliament Speaker Asilbek Jeenbekov on October 20 in Bishkek.
"Russia will provide financial assistance to Kyrgyzstan for all necessary arrangements to enter the Customs Union and Eurasian Economic Union. The financial assistance in the amount of $200 million should be provided in the next 2 years," she said.
The Fund will be formed by Russia for modernization of the economy of Kyrgyzstan necessary for the country's entry into the Eurasian Economic Union," Valentina Matviyenko added.
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A succinct comparison of these cases before the reform of their economic unions is conducted through highlighting their constitutional structure and histories and the nature and path dependencies of intergovernmental relations.
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