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The most important job today for the members of the Unified Economic Territory is that of forming a workable, rightful foundation
This information was presented by Vladimir Putin at the summit of the four UET countries in Yalta. The Russian President considers that 'already by 2005-2006 it will be possible to make concrete negotiations about most of the principle issues, and even resolve a few of them in the near future.' These issues include the adopting an approved foreign-trade policy, as well as creating a general customs tariff, unified currency, and regulating body. 'There are no doubts that we will come to a coordinated position regarding all these questions,' stressed Putin. 'We are all unified by one general goal-the creation of a high-quality, newly integrated union that meets modern demands. A union able to strengthen not only our countries, but able to become a powerful locomotive of economic progress in all Eurasia,' declared the President of Russia. He is convinced that the governments of the UET have the necessary potential for such results. Furthermore, Vladimir Putin doesn't doubt that economic integration, and free exchange of goods, services, capital, and labour forces will become a great linchpin in the growth and modernization of the 'four's' national economies. And what is particularly important is that this will raise the quality and level of their citizens' lives, and open new opportunities for people's creative and business activities.
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