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Eurasian Economic Union: a historic agreement has been signed!

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29 May - historical day. Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan signed a long-awaited agreement in Astana on the establishment of the Eurasian Economic Union. According to V. Putin, the three countries agreed to pursue a coordinated policy in the energy sector, industry, agriculture, and transport. There were many controversial issues, but, nevertheless, mutual understanding was found.




Vladimir Putin said that the treaty "has a truly epochal, historical significance, opens up the broadest prospects for the development of economies and increasing the welfare of the citizens of our countries."

Describing the difficult road to the creation of the EAEU, the president noted that it was “not an easy, more precisely, very difficult job, and so far it has been difficult to agree on all these issues. With disputes and, I do not want to talk with scandals, but still with sharp disputes, with heated discussion, but this all happened, I am sure, this will happen in the future, based on mutual understanding and the desire to reach a compromise acceptable to all. ”

President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev called the treaty the birth of a new geo-economic reality. “Ahead of us is a difficult stage of formation and development,” he said. - Creation is one thing, we have suffered. But now, having created, to prove to ourselves and to all the world the necessity, the viability of this integration is our big task. Integration in itself does not guarantee an ideal life, manna from heaven, we, each of the states, will have to work. ”

And the President of Belarus in his speech expressed regret about Ukraine: “... But, unfortunately, the burden turned out to be very heavy for Ukraine. But I am sure that sooner or later the leadership of Ukraine will understand where its happiness lies. We found someone on this long and difficult path. ”

“Today we are together creating a powerful, attractive center of economic development, a large regional market that brings together more than 170 million people. Our Union has vast reserves of natural resources, including energy. It accounts for one-fifth of the world's gas reserves and almost 15 percent for oil. The troika countries at the same time have developed industrial, industrial base, powerful personnel, intellectual, cultural potential. The geographical position allows us to create transport and logistics routes not only of regional, but also of global importance, to tie up the large-scale trade flows of Europe and Asia, ”- quotes "First channel" Vladimir Putin.

Two other states, Armenia and Kyrgyzstan, have already been asked to enter the Union. Most likely, they will be adopted in the current year, since the EAEU will start functioning already from 1 in January 2015.

The signing of the historical contract commented comrade Pushkov.

“As we remember, at one time, when this process was just beginning - and it began with the most active role of Russia - there was no lack of skepticism about its prospects. Most of the skepticism came from the West. It was as if we were inspired that only Western countries are capable of economic integration, but not the states of the post-Soviet space, and that their only purpose is to become satellites of western integration groups, ”the head of the State Duma’s international affairs committee said. RIA News".

Moreover, let us add to this, at the end of 2012, Mr. H. Clinton, the then US Secretary of State, made a statement in general that the United States would in every way impede the creation of the Eurasian Union, which, in its opinion, is an attempt to revive the USSR. However, with the obstruction of the United States somehow did not work out ...

According to Pushkov, the signing of the treaty is both confirmation of the success of the integration processes between Russia, Kazakhstan and Belarus, and the refutation of the calculations of external forces on the economic and political subordination of these states.

However, not everything went smoothly. Some have expressed "dissatisfaction."

Newspaper "Sight" cites a special opinion of A. Lukashenko.

Before signing the agreement, First Deputy Prime Minister Igor Shuvalov said that the delegations of Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan "managed to resolve all differences." Alexander Lukashenko used this moment to complain about “some dissatisfaction”.

The President of Belarus said: “We still have the opportunity to make our agreements better, to the mutual benefit of all parties to the agreement. And being a sincere, reliable partner, and Belarus cannot do otherwise, we will definitely talk about this with the President of Russia and the President of Kazakhstan. ”

As for bargaining over the concessions that Minsk allegedly claimed for itself, the Belarusian leader called for “appeasing” those who believe that this was the place to be.

“The Soviet Union collapsed when the Allied republics suddenly decided that they were feeding someone, and they themselves could live better. Now again this tested bogey gets. For example, Belarus does not require any concessions. Everyone in the integration brings something that is interesting to everyone. And this contribution is absolutely not obliged to be measured only by tons, cubic meters or barrels. ”

Well, welcome to life, EAEU! It is still early to celebrate the birthday - it will be January 1. But the fact that 29 May is now a historical date, and the State Department has already gnawed all the fingernails, no doubt.

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  1. Onotollah
    Onotollah 30 May 2014 10: 58
    +41
    Hooray comrades !!!
    1. St Petrov
      St Petrov 30 May 2014 10: 59
      +57
      I think this is the largest event after the collapse of the USSR.

      Nazarbayev separately is certainly handsome. Fulfilled his dream.

      Guys are great. All three

      1. SRC P-15
        SRC P-15 30 May 2014 11: 05
        +35
        Quote: s-t Petrov
        I think this is the largest event after the collapse of the USSR

        The puzzle is slowly going!
        1. Nekarmadlen
          Nekarmadlen 30 May 2014 11: 15
          +25
          Quote: SRC P-15
          Quote: s-t Petrov
          I think this is the largest event after the collapse of the USSR

          The puzzle is slowly going!

          pieces of the country cut into pieces, like drops of mercury magically connected together
          1. Gunxnumx
            Gunxnumx 30 May 2014 12: 48
            +21
            I agree completely. Bismarck said something like that, and he was a smart man. There was, however, about the Russians, but Kazakhstan, as a former SSR, I think has the right in this context to be called "Russians".
            PS By the way, it is interesting, until now in the world, "our" Germans, Jews, etc. in Germany, Israel, etc. called "Russians".
          2. g1v2
            g1v2 30 May 2014 14: 03
            +24
            Damn how many historical events in six months or 10 years would have been enough, but now they are simply racing one after another. Crimea, Novorossia, an agreement with China, EURAS and so on. And it seems not the end yet.
            1. Anton-sed
              Anton-sed 30 May 2014 15: 23
              +5
              This is the result of a kick back.
            2. zvereok
              zvereok 30 May 2014 15: 35
              +6
              This means that war is coming.
            3. voldmis
              voldmis 30 May 2014 16: 31
              +4
              Damn how many historical events in six months or 10 years would have been enough, but now they are simply racing one after another. Crimea, Novorossia, an agreement with China, EURAS and so on. And it seems not the end yet.


              Just the beginning ...
        2. Bodrov
          Bodrov 30 May 2014 11: 17
          +13
          I believe that this is only acceleration before Russia takes off over the US and the EU, which are rapidly losing altitude!
        3. Anton-sed
          Anton-sed 30 May 2014 15: 25
          +8
          The main thing is not to pay attention to the mongrels of Westerners. Each in his place to work, try
      2. Ingvar 72
        Ingvar 72 30 May 2014 11: 42
        +5
        Quote: s-t Petrov
        Guys are great. All three

        Guys, who is in the subject, and why all three have badges in the form pyramids on the lapels? bully
        1. baltika-18
          baltika-18 30 May 2014 13: 21
          +12
          Quote: Ingvar 72
          Guys, who's in the topic, and why all three have badges in the form of a pyramid on their lapels
          Palace of Peace and Concord. Astana. What does it remind of?
          1. 290980
            290980 30 May 2014 15: 01
            -11%
            Palace of Peace and Accord. Astana


            in this place I had a summer house, they demolished to bleat everything to build it.
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          2. Ingvar 72
            Ingvar 72 30 May 2014 16: 17
            +2
            Quote: baltika-18
            What does it resemble?

            All the same. Masons. hi Judging by your previous comments, the hint understood You alone. drinks
            1. Andrey KZ
              Andrey KZ 30 May 2014 16: 48
              0
              Quote: Ingvar 72
              Masons.

              Masons?
              1. VeteranS
                VeteranS 30 May 2014 17: 34
                +4
                The triangle with the eye inside and the top up also means the All-Seeing God, and the triangle with the top down (the devil, Antichrist, Masons), so our people do the charitable work of collecting Russian lands, where Kazakhs and Tatars, Russians and Belarusians live well. ..
                By the way, even the Turkish Prime Minister Erdogan has already confirmed that the situation of the Crimean Tatars in Crimea has improved significantly compared to the way Crimea was part of Ukraine!
              2. Ingvar 72
                Ingvar 72 30 May 2014 18: 45
                +1
                Quote: Andrey KZ
                Masons?

                Yeah, they love to put this symbol out. Buildings, badges, company logos.
              3. Ingvar 72
                Ingvar 72 30 May 2014 18: 59
                0
                Quote: Andrey KZ
                Masons?

                They love to display their characters. Buildings, badges, logos.http: //topwar.ru/uploads/images/2014/733/ynfs262.jpg Membership of Rynok-Agro LLC in the following organizations:
                The Union of Employers of the Samara Region, a branch of the city of Togliatti;
                Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Tolyatti;
                Public organization “Rotary Club”, Togliatti, www.rotarytlt.ru;
                Non-profit partnership “Business Center for Entrepreneurship Development”;
                Spiritual Heritage Public Charitable Foundation;
                City charity fund "Togliatti Foundation".
            2. 290980
              290980 30 May 2014 17: 03
              -2
              Judging by your previous comments, the hint understood You alone.


              Yes, everyone understood that they were just tired of chewing about the world-wide conspiracy of cotton, the masons are really not so bad, innovators of a kind, Kochergin explains this quite well by the way. good

              1. Ingvar 72
                Ingvar 72 30 May 2014 18: 50
                +1
                Quote: 290980
                Kochergin explains well.

                I respect Kochergin, but Grigory Klimov explains better!
                1. 290980
                  290980 31 May 2014 01: 17
                  0
                  I respect Kochergin, but Grigory Klimov explains better!


                  Can I link to it?
                  masons, or more precisely, free masons Freimaurer, appeared in Bavaria, in Ingolstat (the birthplace of Audi and 50 km from me) and I have never heard anything negative from them about the Germans.
          3. SSR
            SSR 30 May 2014 21: 05
            +2
            Quote: baltika-18
            Quote: Ingvar 72
            Guys, who's in the topic, and why all three have badges in the form of a pyramid on their lapels
            Palace of Peace and Concord. Astana. What does it remind of?

            On the facade of the Cathedral of Our Lady of Kazan there is also a triangle with an eye and rays.
            On the reverse side of the 1812 medal, the same sign and words - not for us, not for us, but for your name
          4. soul
            soul 31 May 2014 09: 34
            0
            And what, since the Masons were the first to use this symbol, now will we all abandon the triangles? Yes shit .. on them (Masons)
      3. DMB3000
        DMB3000 30 May 2014 16: 02
        +1
        they perfectly realized for three !!!
      4. NEXUS
        NEXUS 30 May 2014 17: 01
        +6
        as I said, Listev, in the broadcast of the VIEW back in the 90, said that the USSR would be reborn ... maybe it would be called differently, but the essence of the union would be just that, since all the republics would unite again sooner or later ... it seems like his prediction comes true ... and thank god
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    3. ispaniard
      ispaniard 30 May 2014 11: 24
      +16
      HELLO MOM we returned, I'm sorry that we left you for 23 years. I know you will forgive, because you are our mother and we are your children. So far, there are only three of us, but believe me, our whole big, happy, friendly and REMEMBERED quarter-century family will gather, and not by coercion, but by understanding that you can’t live without a mother and without a family, and no one in this world needs you except your brothers and sisters and MOTHER ...
      1. Aldo
        Aldo 30 May 2014 12: 44
        +16
        not the children left their mother, but their mother left them to their own devices. And it should be noted that some of the mother’s children (for example, Kazakhstan) at that time were smarter than their mother and did not want the union to break up. But the USSR will no longer exist, children have grown up, we will just cooperate and support each other on all fronts.
        1. DMB3000
          DMB3000 30 May 2014 16: 01
          +8
          there mom had a cancerous tumor in the form of Yeltsin. Mom recovered. be friends, bro.
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    5. major071
      major071 30 May 2014 11: 35
      +14
      Against the backdrop of rubbish in the EU after the election, the creation of the Eurasian Union is a healthy kick to pro-Western mongrels, along with their host, Sasha. It’s not all smooth now, but I believe that this is the beginning of a new life, both in the economy and in the military sphere. It remains only to show the middle finger to the Kenyan monkey and its hangers-on, well, as part of the humanitarian aid, send a couple of containers with pipifax, otherwise yesterday the flow exceeded all conceivable limits. good
      1. Beaver
        Beaver 30 May 2014 19: 03
        +3
        Quote: major071
        Amid rubbish in the EU after the election

        Europeans do not know how to share, so their union is limping on both legs.
    6. vlad_m
      vlad_m 30 May 2014 12: 07
      +17
      Hooray !!! Hooray !!! Hooray !!! USSR-v2 BE !!!

      We live during great achievements!
      In addition, the establishment of the BRICS Bank was announced yesterday. And this is "Goodbye to the IMF"!
      Recently signed a gas contract with China!
      In the construction of this branch of the pipeline there is another VERY positive moment for Russia, which for some reason no one voiced. I’ll try to explain with an example:
      In 1920, the GOELRO plan was adopted and then implemented. Electrification project throughout the country. Dozens of power plants were built, thousands of kilometers of power lines and electricity appeared in the most remote corners of the USSR. Moreover, the country's entire electric power industry was combined into one energy system.
      Now there is a process of building a unified gas supply system for Russia. When all gas pipelines are closed in a single chain, Russia will receive mobility and flexibility in providing itself and partners with a hydrocarbon energy carrier. The depletion of certain deposits will no longer be critical. Temporary losses will be replenished along a single highway from other fields. New deposits will quickly crash into a single transport system.
      Yes, and driving blue fuel through the pipe is MUCH cheaper than taking it in railroad cars or barrels on highways. I'm not talking about gas tankers.
      Gas treaties have been signed with Korea. With China, it took place ... Who else still has industry growing by leaps and bounds. India? And we’ll give a pipe to them!
      And Europe? As there Mrs. Nulland said: "F # ck EC!" ? No. This is not our method! Europe has consumed Russian gas and will continue to consume it. Business is business. Nothing personal...
      1. vlad_m
        vlad_m 30 May 2014 12: 26
        +1
        Gasification plan

        http://www.gazprom.ru/f/posts/66/081821/2013-12-18-map-sila-sib-ru.jpg
      2. SSR
        SSR 30 May 2014 22: 50
        +3
        Quote: vlad_m
        Hooray !!! Hooray !!! Hooray !!! USSR-v2 BE !!!

        We live during great achievements! .

        I applied for a passport here, after my wife (the first time a girl with problems in her personal life wrapped me up) the second time I got to another girl who first spoke strictly and with a certain degree of irritation (why don’t you know the sequence of filing documents? - no bl I do it every week) but after a couple of minutes I smiled (and I'm proud that I was able to tear myself away from the routine) and when the birthplace was prescribed ...... She told me (I kiss her for it wholeheartedly) we will write the USSR , now my wife has the Russian Federation and I have RF - USSR am heh comrades, there are still girls in our villages!
    7. zvereok
      zvereok 30 May 2014 15: 34
      -2
      Khabarovsk Minister: Sukhoi may transfer production to China
      30 May 2014, 12: 58
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      The leadership of the Sukhoi aircraft building holding is considering the possibility of transferring production capacities from Komsomolsk-on-Amur to the PRC, said Alexander Levintal, first deputy chairman of the Khabarovsk Territory government on economic issues.

      “With regard to the development of manufacturing high-tech industries, we run into the lack of the necessary workforce of the required qualifications. Just the other day, I met with the leaders of the Sukhoi company, and discussed the prospects of the Komsmolsky-on-Amur aircraft plant. Sukhoi needs aircraft production to grow by 15-20% per year, but there are no human resources for this, ”ITAR-TASS quoted Levintal as saying.
      1. Russ69
        Russ69 31 May 2014 00: 13
        0
        Quote: zvereok
        Khabarovsk Minister: Sukhoi may transfer production to China

        Already officially denied ...
    8. DMB3000
      DMB3000 30 May 2014 15: 56
      +2
      wants to Vietnam and other comrades. In Vietnam, half of the ministers speak Russian. they studied at ruden.
    9. aspirin02
      aspirin02 30 May 2014 23: 21
      -1
      The junta shoots at protesters from all guns, Assault rifles, Machine guns, armored personnel carriers 4 Butsyfal, armored personnel carriers 80, grenade launcher!
  2. samoletil18
    samoletil18 30 May 2014 11: 03
    +27
    I always wanted to go home. My Motherland is the USSR!
  3. Deadmen
    Deadmen 30 May 2014 11: 03
    +6
    We started back in the distant 1999. And finally, they waited.
    I heard somewhere that negotiations are underway with India and China on integration, as well as with Vietnam and a number of Arab countries.
    1. St Petrov
      St Petrov 30 May 2014 11: 06
      +12
      still waiting for Scotland) and Novrossia
      1. e_krendel
        e_krendel 30 May 2014 11: 46
        +6
        More Syria, Iran, Serbia, Transnistria ... winked
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  4. Onotollah
    Onotollah 30 May 2014 11: 05
    +33
    Eh, would not jinx it:
    1. ispaniard
      ispaniard 30 May 2014 11: 30
      +9
      We must not be afraid to jinx it, but forging sweating and believing! P.S. Thanks to V.V.P and Butsk and Nazarbaich wink
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  5. Stepnyak
    Stepnyak 30 May 2014 11: 06
    +10
    I'm going to hang out drinks
  6. orsker
    orsker 30 May 2014 11: 12
    +5
    USSR-2! Start! Hooray!
  7. Deadmen
    Deadmen 30 May 2014 11: 17
    +5
    Here, Abkhazia really wanted to integrate as soon as possible.
  8. atos_kin
    atos_kin 30 May 2014 11: 19
    +4
    Long live the EAEU! Now it is desirable to gradually create New RUSSIA with the capital in Kiev on the basis of New Russia and Little Russia and the rest of the territories of the former Ukraine (except Galicia), followed by accession to the UNION.
    1. Beck
      Beck 30 May 2014 11: 59
      +3
      Quote: atos_kin
      Now it is desirable to gradually create New RUSSIA with the capital in Kiev on the basis of New Russia and Little Russia and the rest of the territories of the former Ukraine (except Galicia), followed by accession to the UNION.


      But Kazakhstan did not subscribe to such a thing. To take away lands from other nations. What is the vast expanses of Eurases lacking? What undeveloped land left?

      You leave your predatory plans. Living in the world is always better. And any forced accession of foreign lands is blood, grief, tears, suffering.
      1. atos_kin
        atos_kin 30 May 2014 13: 42
        +5
        Quote: Beck
        You leave your predatory plans.


        I haven’t drunk and are not going to drink with you.
        To understand what is written, I explain that it is not a question of forcible accession, but rather the creation of a new state entity, NOVORUSSIA, without creating a new nation (as it was with Ukraine) by expanding the Russian world, as it was in history.
  9. maxistuff
    maxistuff 30 May 2014 11: 25
    +4
    Perhaps the scale will be even cooler than the USSR, at least I want to believe.
    1. Deadmen
      Deadmen 30 May 2014 11: 39
      +3
      Yes, my friend, your appetite is playing out)) but how much more abruptly? I would like to know the limits, and so it is possible to build 2.0 before America of the USSR))
      1. maxistuff
        maxistuff 30 May 2014 12: 16
        +5
        The appetite comes with eating;) A little imagination. It is possible to America, but only to the south. The North may possibly be in isolation, it will be an island of bad luck that there is in the ocean, and everything covered with greenery, absolutely everything, with its paper greenery that no one needs. The whole world will look at Eurasia as the main center of development, there will also be a free Europe uprooted in itself all the bearded values ​​imposed on it, and if it does not get better, it will be the outskirts, back of Eurasia, a brothel where debauchery reigns, where for the most part live and ruled by bearded men in wigs and lace dresses. Eurocloak is the territory of the absurd. But there is hope that the mind will prevail and the West, or whatever remains of it, will be on the right side of history. These are the cases, it is unlikely, but fun;)
    2. Aaron Zawi
      Aaron Zawi 30 May 2014 14: 18
      +1
      Quote: maxistuff
      Perhaps the scale will be even cooler than the USSR, at least I want to believe.

      Are you talking about it?
      On May 29, the presidents of Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan signed an agreement on the creation of the EAEU, which will enter into force on January 1 of 2015. Putin said that Armenia could become the next member of the organization, wishing to sign an accession agreement in June. In addition, the possibility of joining Kyrgyzstan is being considered.
      The Russian leader also said that the EAEU intends to form working groups to discuss preferential trade regimes with Israel and India, intensify negotiations with Vietnam on the creation of a free trade zone and develop cooperation with China, RIA Novosti reports".

      It’s hard for me to imagine Israel and India in such an economic union. First, they are relatively far geographically distant, then what is the connection between gigantic India and tiny Israel. Something I do not really understand Putin's idea.
      1. saturn.mmm
        saturn.mmm 30 May 2014 17: 07
        +1
        Quote: Aron Zaavi
        What the EAEU intends to form working groups for discussion preferential trade regimes with Israel and India, intensify negotiations with Vietnam on the creation of a free trade zone and develop cooperation with China, RIA Novosti reports.

        Just preferences in trade. And what is wrong with this for Israel?
        Quote: Aron Zaavi
        what is the connection between gigantic India and tiny Israel.

        So it seems like little Israel in gigantic India is slowly upsetting its factory.
        1. Aaron Zawi
          Aaron Zawi 30 May 2014 17: 30
          +2
          Quote: saturn.mmm

          Just preferences in trade. And what is wrong with this for Israel?
          not bad. But somehow I can hardly imagine how, in principle, the very small economy of Israel, entirely aimed at exporting high technology, can fit into the economy of the EAEU.

          So it seems like little Israel in gigantic India is slowly upsetting its factory.

          we are not alone.
          1. saturn.mmm
            saturn.mmm 30 May 2014 21: 07
            +1
            Quote: Aron Zaavi
            But somehow I can hardly imagine how, in principle, the very small economy of Israel, entirely aimed at exporting high technologies, can fit into the economy of the EAEU.

            And the case, a small country, is not dizzy with success?
            Quote: Aron Zaavi
            we are not alone.

            In general, your question was asked like this.
            Quote: Aron Zaavi
            , then what is the connection between gigantic India and tiny Israel.

            In India, do the Americans interfere with the Israelis with their Javelin?
            1. Kasym
              Kasym 30 May 2014 23: 24
              +5
              Hi guys. Here's the thing. The EAEU (wow and the atomic name, I think for us in a positive way, but for our enemies ...) is the 4th degree of integration. Prior to that, the Customs Union, a single economic space, a free trade zone of the CIS. So, countries that do not have common borders with us (for example Israel) may have the status of a member of the Customs Union. The advantage for such countries is that trade goes on without exceptions, i.e. without any customs clearance. If the goods come from third countries (from the EU, for example, to the CU zone), then uniform customs excise taxes apply to it (even to Israel, even to Kazakhstan). And inside the vehicle there is only delivery. Well, as if bought in a nearby store. So if a participant has high-quality "goods" and modern technologies, he will have an advantage within the vehicle and have a guaranteed market. For example, Israel has advanced agricultural technologies. Please, there is a market; if it is far away, then please take the land for rent from the vehicle participant and "do business". In Kazakhstan, they will also help with infrastructure. and grandmothers. From our mayors and governors of the National Academy of Sciences for new technologies under the program, Kazakhstan-2020 asks especially. drinks hi
              And from 2025 it will be profitable - there will be single domestic prices for oil and gas, from 2019 electricity. The truth is not understood for the CU or for the EAEU.
          2. saturn.mmm
            saturn.mmm 30 May 2014 23: 20
            0
            Quote: Aron Zaavi
            But somehow I can hardly imagine how, in principle, the very small economy of Israel, entirely aimed at exporting high technologies, can fit into the economy of the EAEU.

            Is a small country dizzy with success?
            Quote: Aron Zaavi
            we are not alone.

            Do the Americans in India with their Javelin interfere with the small country?
            1. Aaron Zawi
              Aaron Zawi 31 May 2014 10: 36
              0

              Is a small country dizzy with success?
              ?

              No, I just don’t understand who Israel can be next to such a giant. Only an appendage. And about me it’s better on my own. Twist it, don’t give a fuck.
              1. saturn.mmm
                saturn.mmm 2 June 2014 13: 52
                0
                Quote: Aron Zaavi
                No, I just don’t understand who Israel can be next to such a giant

                Trading partner. Customs procedures will simply be simplified. No one is attempting on Israeli independence.
                Quote: Aron Zaavi
                Twist it, don’t give a fuck.

                Yes, in trade we still study with you and study, I remembered the contract with the Italians on training aircraft, the Israelis probably sold more than bought under the contract.
  10. dmitry21
    dmitry21 30 May 2014 11: 28
    +6
    finally!
    I remember very much the parable about the broom, which is more difficult to break than each "twig" separately. and in the light of the latest trends of the "eight" and "big brother" and about the fingers in the fist ...
    and it’s good that each ally is not talking about what he will receive from this union, but what GIVING to him can be! indeed, a landmark event!
    1. Andrey KZ
      Andrey KZ 30 May 2014 12: 12
      +8
      that each ally is not talking about what he will receive from this union, but what CAN GIVE him! indeed, a landmark event!
      Each of the three countries will sacrifice something for the Union, but as a result it will receive immeasurably more. Well done, our presidents, MEN, said we’ll do the Union, and they did. No matter what! Congratulate everyone!
  11. Anchonsha
    Anchonsha 30 May 2014 11: 32
    +2
    May God give us the opportunity to continue to resolve all issues of creating a new economic union in the same vein, despite all the sticks inserted by the most shitty country in the world against creating such a union. RUSSIA, FORWARD WITH FAITH IN THE BETTER FUTURE OF OUR PEOPLES !!!!
  12. Mhpv
    Mhpv 30 May 2014 11: 43
    +6
    Remember that Hilaya Clitoris said:
    "The United States will try to prevent the re-creation of the Soviet Union in a new version under the guise of economic integration," Clinton said. "Efforts are now being made to re-Sovietize the region. It will be called another way - the Customs Union, the Eurasian Union, or something like that. But let's not be fooled about this - we know what the true goal is, and we are trying to find effective ways to slow down and prevent it. "

    Bummer !!!
    The agreement with China is signed, the USA again bummer!
    Next in turn, today, they announced the signing of an agreement on a single BRICS bank with an authorized capital of 100 billion dollars in equal shares of participants, again to the states in the backside.
    This is one of the reasons why Putin does not send troops to Ukraine, that is, does not allow Russia to be drawn into the war because few people want to sign treaties with a country conducting hostilities and even in another territory, but when the whole puzzle of the plan has been formed and it will be seen.
    1. Fin
      Fin 30 May 2014 12: 24
      +1
      However, the United States somehow did not work out with obstruction ...

      With Ukraine, for an indefinite time, the ruin2. Before the new year, Potroshenko and other Mazepas will drive the territory into a grave crisis and debts that are impossible to repay. Again, you have to drag yourself.
      1. asar
        asar 30 May 2014 15: 17
        -2
        No, ENOUGH! dill let the Yankes and Geyropians carry them! Themselves "nakolbasili" themselves and "chew" to the teeth!
  13. Deadmen
    Deadmen 30 May 2014 11: 43
    +6
    Listen this way there will be a buzz for businessmen in general.
    Well, for people .... for people in general, a fairy tale. You fly to the airport, for example, everyone who passes through Kiev customs and declares that they transport money and those people whose countries are members of the EAEU simply go directly through the metal finder frame and that's it!
    Maybe now we’ll raise agriculture finally and by the way, as I understand it, the issue of GMOs will be closed forever, let the geyropets themselves mutagens eat.
    1. fva50
      fva50 30 May 2014 14: 16
      +3
      Quote: Deadmen
      I understand that the issue of GMOs will be closed forever


      I'd like to hope so! But where does the information come from? Maybe I missed something?

      In the meantime, we sign petitions to Putin on the website http://www.change.org/ru (full links are not inserted):

      1. To cancel the state registration of GMOs
      2. Declare Russia a country free from GMOs!

      We sign ourselves and inform all your friends!
      1. fva50
        fva50 30 May 2014 14: 41
        +1
        In general, I was interested in the fate of the bill prohibiting GMOs, to which I received an answer that everyone wants to crank everything quietly, without causing public indignation. Therefore, it is necessary to inform the population as much as possible about this problem, to sign petitions.
        According to the deputy from the Communist Party of the Russian Federation, in our country the Americans illegally bought up our lands and plant their poison. Therefore, you need to fight more actively!
  14. Beck
    Beck 30 May 2014 11: 52
    +13
    Signing is good.

    But the delight of many here is the delight is not with that vector.

    Many, especially Uroshniki, are delighted to think that the USSR is being revived and, in principle, the Russian Empire. But this is far from the case, not at all. The times of imperial and Soviet rule irrevocably sunk into oblivion.

    SIGNED EQUAL AGREEMENT CREATION OF THE EURASIAN UNION, where everyone has his own position that cannot be influenced by the old methods of dictatorship.
    1. Eugeniy_369k
      Eugeniy_369k 30 May 2014 12: 02
      +6
      Quote: Beck
      Many, especially Uroshniki, are delighted to think that the USSR is being revived and, in principle, the Russian Empire.

      The ideas of Putin’s team to partially recreate the USSR did not come true. Persistent attempts to introduce non-economic aspects into the treaty, which could indicate elements of state integration, were completely rejected by Kazakhstan. So, Kazakhstan does not want to integrate in matters of foreign policy, common citizenship, passport and visa sphere, border protection, export control and in other areas. Nazarbayev will not give a single gram of his country's sovereignty to the president of Russia. And Lukashenko ... what about Lukashenko? He experienced "a certain dissatisfaction", but it, as always, was lifted by the immediate confirmation by Russia of guarantees that it would continue to subsidize his economic miracle at the expense of Russian citizens.
      PS By the way, "father" is about to introduce serfdom
      The President of Belarus can return, as he himself put it, "serfdom" in order to raise agriculture. At the same time, local authorities will receive special powers. The decree has already been prepared.
      The decree has not yet been signed, but it lies, as they say, "on the table" - President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko threatens to revive serfdom in the country. He stated this during a working trip to the Minsk region.
      “On the table is a decree on“ serfdom. ”We lock everything in on the governors. Start moving so that people do not say that you are holding us down, but it’s not clear how you work. All powers in the coming week will pass into the hands of the authorities and“ hunk blabber "will be gone!" - promises the Belarusian president.
      So, the president will "enslave" agricultural workers by the hands of the governors. They should, he said, mobilize people - including with the help of the security forces - to cope with the harvest with dignity. If we count how many citizens of Belarus are employed in agriculture, it turns out that, according to Lukashenka's plans, nine percent of the country's population can become “serfs”.
      So, it turns out, Belarus will return one and a half centuries ago? Indeed, serfdom existed on the territory of the Russian Empire until 1861, when the manifesto of Alexander II came out.
    2. Andrey KZ
      Andrey KZ 30 May 2014 12: 14
      +4
      Quote: Beck
      SIGNED THE EQUAL AGREEMENT FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE EURASIAN UNION,

      This is what we rejoice in
      1. Beck
        Beck 30 May 2014 12: 36
        +5
        Quote: Andrey KZ
        This is what we rejoice in


        So I do not grieve.

        We are millennial neighbors and we have lived in one state for more than five thousand years.

        300 years in the Golden Horde. 175 years in the Russian Empire. 74 years in the USSR.
    3. supertiger21
      supertiger21 30 May 2014 20: 49
      0
      Quote: Beck
      Many, especially Uroshniki, are delighted to think that the USSR is being revived and, in principle, the Russian Empire. But this is far from the case, not at all. The times of imperial and Soviet rule irrevocably sunk into oblivion.


      At the moment, there are no "urashniks" in the form in which you say it is not observed. And in this post you do not consider objectively, but write with an anti-Russian tinge. Catch a minus for this provocation! No.
      1. Kasym
        Kasym 31 May 2014 04: 42
        +2
        Together we went through the following integration steps:
        1. The CIS free trade zone.
        2. Common economic space
        3.Customs Union
        Stage 4 EAEU, which will begin in 2015.
        For such a short period (since 2009 an active process), more is impossible.
        Coordination in foreign policy was announced, an inter-parliamentary group is working, the CSTO is working (a unified price policy was announced at an internal Russian price), a single ATC and air defense. So at this stage it’s not bad. There is a basis for further work in all directions.
        Of greatest interest is the question of a common currency. To be, not to be. But let's immediately understand that, for example, Belarus has a planned economy and, accordingly, its own monetary policy. There are probably questions from the RK and RF. Therefore, politicians are forced to think through everything much deeper here. It can be assumed that if it is, it will be introduced gradually. At first, no cash. with parallel walking nat. currencies. Then cash. At the same time, the authorities need to prove to the population that it is profitable to have a single currency, and not to circulate 3 and then more currencies at once. Nat. banks will "sweat" if the number of participants is over 10 and each will play roller coasters with the exchange rate for the sake of local benefits of local elites. Therefore, I think sooner or later we will come to a common currency. BUT LET AT THE BEGINNING OF THE AUTHORITIES PROVE TO US THAT IT IS DONE FOR THE PEOPLE, AND NOT FOR THE OLIGARCHAT, LET REALLY INCREASE THE STANDARD OF LIFE OF CITIZENS.
      2. Beck
        Beck 31 May 2014 10: 07
        0
        Quote: supertiger21
        At the moment, there are no "urashniks" in the form in which you say it is not observed. And in this post you do not consider objectively, but write with an anti-Russian tinge. Catch a minus for this provocation!


        What is not read? Only familiarized with my koment.

        Quote: Gun70
        but Kazakhstan, as a former Soviet Socialist Republic, I think has the right in this context to be called "Russians"

        Quote: Anton-Sed
        This is the result of a kick back.

        Quote: Nekarmadlen
        pieces of the country cut into pieces, like drops of mercury magically connected together

        Quote: NEXUS
        In the 90s list, Listev said in the XNUMXs that the USSR would be reborn.

        Quote: vlad_m
        Hooray !!! Hooray !!! Hooray !!! USSR-v2 BE !!!

        Quote: samoletil18
        I always wanted to go home. My Motherland is the USSR!

        Quote: orsker
        USSR-2! Start! Hooray!

        Quote: atos_kin
        Now it is desirable to gradually create New RUSSIA with the capital in Kiev on the basis of New Russia and Little Russia and the rest of the territories of the former Ukraine (except Galicia), followed by accession to the UNION.


        And this is just offhand. And I am against the mood of the past, do not confuse the Russian and the old. USSR will never be.

        And minus you do not send. Since you expressed your opinion. Which is none, but its own. And only USSR judged for opinion.
        1. supertiger21
          supertiger21 31 May 2014 15: 34
          0
          Quote: Beck
          USSR will never be.


          I agree! It’s clear that no one wants a tough regime back, but this is not about that. The point is that they are united in an equal alliance that gives benefits to all parties.

          Quote: Beck
          And minus you do not send. Since you expressed your opinion.

          yes And this time I won’t be either!
  15. Irtysh
    Irtysh 30 May 2014 11: 52
    +6
    God forbid that it would become USSR 2, at its best, and not that Belarus would demand oil preferences, Kazakhstan would still be a thread, Russia should cut off the territory ... Pah-pah-pah.

    I am for the Soviet Union. I no longer believe in Western democracy. Enough enough!
    1. rereture
      rereture 30 May 2014 12: 44
      -8
      I am against the Soviet Union. I no longer believe in the "justice" of the socialist system. I ate enough, that's enough.
      1. saag
        saag 30 May 2014 13: 26
        +5
        and the "justice" of the capitalist system can still be scooped up with a spoon?
        1. rereture
          rereture 30 May 2014 15: 30
          +5
          At least a person is responsible for himself and his family. And he forges his fate and happiness.

          And what do you dislike about the Western model of socialism as in Switzerland?
          Or a close synthesis of capitalism and socialism in Germany?

          If the USSR was so good, why did it fall apart?

          In the USSR they said the West rots, until now, they say, it rots, everything cannot rot anyhow. And the USSR rotted in about 20 years.

          Tell me why the monkey did not immediately become a man? And why don’t you pervert at the same time it’s impossible to turn a monkey into a person. At least teach her to wear clothes and cutlery to use.

          Because evolution. The political system is evolving like human society, like people, like the animal and plant world.

          So it is with the state system. It is impossible to bypass capitalism at once to build socialism and communism. In the same way, a feudal state cannot be turned into a socialist one (Afghanistan, Libya).
          1. Eugeniy_369k
            Eugeniy_369k 30 May 2014 17: 10
            +2
            Quote: rereture
            If the USSR was so good, why did it fall apart?

            I think the answers will be like, "Don't you know? It's the" American guys "who tried, destroyed such a country ..."
            Quote: rereture
            In the USSR they said the West rots, until now, they say, it rots, everything cannot rot anyhow. And the USSR rotted in about 20 years.

            It rotted, but psychology remained. You need to learn to live and think for yourself, do not bother with
            Here comes the master - the master will judge us ..

            Don't expect
            They buried the old, wiped away the new tears,
            He got into his carriage and left for St. Petersburg.
            1. rereture
              rereture 30 May 2014 17: 32
              +3
              I agree with you. After all, whatever one may say, if everything is fine in the country, then no one is thinking of shifting power either.

              It rotted, but psychology remained. You need to learn to live and think for yourself, do not bother with
              Here comes the master - the master will judge us ..


              I think one or two generations and people themselves will understand that saving a drowning man is the work of the drowning man himself. And finally, they will engage in political activity (and not only political).
              1. Eugeniy_369k
                Eugeniy_369k 30 May 2014 21: 59
                +1
                The whole trouble is that the authorities, in my opinion, consciously make a docile, non-initiative herd of only the bread and circuses of the population of my country. After all, the herd is easier to manage.
          2. saag
            saag 30 May 2014 17: 55
            +1
            Quote: rereture
            It is impossible to bypass capitalism at once to build socialism and communism

            and no one has passed, capitalism is the 19th century, the century of coal and steam, the first industrialization, the accumulation of capital and the shameless exploitation of man by man, so they began to build communism with socialism in the first half of the 20th century
            Quote: rereture
            And what do you dislike about the Western model of socialism as in Switzerland?
            Or a close synthesis of capitalism and socialism in Germany?

            it's all good, but the trouble is not working in Russia

            Quote: rereture
            And the USSR rotted in about 20 years.

            what year do you think this is?

            Quote: rereture
            If the USSR was so good, why did it fall apart?

            Because the personal prevailed over the general, shopkeeping began to speak in people in power, ordinary people began to take an example from below, the stereotype “they can, but we shouldn’t,” worked out the stereotype, “they can, but we shouldn’t,” 40 varieties of sausages, “like in the West,” imported clothes, abroad go, in general society, consumption burst out and walked triumphantly, but now there are not enough personnel at the plant, industry has been lost by industries, great, isn't it?
            1. rereture
              rereture 31 May 2014 13: 58
              0
              Quote: saag
              Because the personal prevailed over the general, shopkeeping began to speak in people in power, ordinary people began to take an example from below, the stereotype “they can, but we shouldn’t,” worked out the stereotype, “they can, but we shouldn’t,” 40 varieties of sausages, “like in the West,” imported clothes, abroad go, in general society, consumption burst out and walked triumphantly, but now there are not enough personnel at the plant, industry has been lost by industries, great, isn't it?


              Tell me why you do not mourn the African children who die every day? Why do not you grieve for every dead person in our country? Because you are a shopkeeper? Because your personal prevailed over the general?

              Man is by nature an egoist. No matter what kind of society you do, a person is always selfish. This is the foundation of survival inherent in us by nature. At all times, the personal (family, friends, social circle,) prevailed over the general. Even the saying is "your shirt is closer to the body."

              And the reasons were not banal "40 sticks of sausage", "abroad", "Imported clothes". And much deeper, namely crises: social, political, economic. Moreover, they happened simultaneously, which already indicated that such a system is not only not ideal, but also not viable without constant influence on it (a strong leader). And according to the laws of nature, the system passed into the most stable state, having taken a step back to capitalism, and in some countries in which the USSR artificially supported socialism, even to feudalism.

              Yes, and as it’s fashionable to say now, people had a break in the template, at first they listened to propaganda like in the West, that it was rotten, heartless, dead. But in reality, the West turned out to be more alive than all the living, and at the same time in the West people lived many times better than in the USSR. A crisis of confidence in the authorities has occurred. Would you trust the one who drove you by the nose for many years?




              PS You cannot build a strong state on lies.
            2. rereture
              rereture 31 May 2014 14: 32
              0
              but now there are not enough personnel at the plant, industry has been lost by industries, great, isn’t it?


              Did these jobs advertise? Worthy salary? Does the plant work together with colleges and universities? Lures to itself the most talented students and more skilled workers? To care about improving the quality of the product?

              I am sure that no.

              industry lost


              The possibility of losing some industries was laid back in the USSR, namely, the high dispersal of plants throughout the USSR. Therefore, after the collapse of the USSR, cooperation between industries and between industries was disrupted.
  16. fregina1
    fregina1 30 May 2014 11: 52
    +2
    Quote: Onotolle
    Eh, would not jinx it:

    You look at the Soviet flag! In your thoughts, one is POWER!
  17. made13
    made13 30 May 2014 11: 54
    +4
    It remains to do everything possible to prove the viability of the new alliance! That all the republics of the former USSR and the CMEA countries would join it!
  18. exiv200gt
    exiv200gt 30 May 2014 11: 55
    +5
    Eh, tastes the silushka heroic western unread. Serving the Soviet Union soldier
  19. Luzhichanin
    Luzhichanin 30 May 2014 12: 09
    +4
    Quote: Dude
    According to V. Putin, three camps
    Kazakhs of the camp, Rusov of the camp, Belarusians of the camp ... reservation on ... and the capital of A camp, a joker smile
  20. philldm
    philldm 30 May 2014 12: 16
    +4
    Hurray! We hope that after 20 years, Macedonia also enters into this alliance.
  21. saag
    saag 30 May 2014 12: 20
    +7
    Hello, people, this is not at all the USSR, I understand that I want to go there subconsciously, and therefore the desired event is superimposed on the event, but this is not something,
  22. 2224460
    2224460 30 May 2014 12: 33
    +3
    Union of the indestructible republics free
    Great Russia forever.
  23. Aldo
    Aldo 30 May 2014 12: 49
    +4
    The USSR will no longer be. This is an economic union like the EU. We will support and develop the economy together. Together - we are force! The USSR is already impossible to recreate, and why? what is the point again to close the borders, to recreate the CPSU and the KGB. Does the experience of the past teach nothing?
    1. Gunxnumx
      Gunxnumx 30 May 2014 12: 58
      +10
      Everyone understands this. It's just that many nostalgic for the USSR (including myself) see a lot of good things that remain there. In principle, I agree about the borders and the Communist Party. And I consider the KGB the most powerful special service of its time. "Not everything is so simple")))
    2. cdboy
      cdboy 30 May 2014 14: 03
      +6
      Why recreate the KGB, we have preserved in Belarus. :)
      1. sq
        sq 30 May 2014 17: 02
        +2
        moreover, it was preserved quite well, although along with the best traditions of the Soviet era, there was dirt
  24. Polarfox
    Polarfox 30 May 2014 13: 10
    +3
    Now the main thing is not to allow all kinds of public grant-makers to split the barely outlined union. They stepped up ahead of time, and now, having heard that the States are allocating 30 million of their greens for the "democratization" of Russia, they will jump out of their pants altogether, currying favor with Uncle Sam. Stuff the "human rights activists" lured by grants as soon as they open their mouths, otherwise you will not end up in trouble.
  25. saag
    saag 30 May 2014 13: 24
    +2
    Quote: Aldo
    CPSU

    It was a guiding and controlling system.
    Quote: Aldo
    КГБ

    And this, compared with the FSB, was a very effective structure.
    Quote: Aldo
    yes and why

    then that current capitalism sets as its main goal the maximum profit, i.e. money, and not a man in the first place, events in Ukraine are very revealing of this

    Quote: Aldo
    what's the point of closing borders again

    And who said that they should be closed?
    Quote: Aldo
    The USSR is already impossible to recreate

    This is true, a copy will always be worse than the original, but no one says that you need a copy
    1. Aldo
      Aldo 30 May 2014 15: 22
      +3
      We need capitalism with a human face! This is how you say, so that the rich do not forget about Allah (God your way) and help ordinary people, and also think about the future of their children and their country. Much needs to be done, especially the fight against corruption, which is even more harmful than Europe and America to our countries.
      1. Was mammoth
        Was mammoth 30 May 2014 17: 18
        0
        Quote: Aldo
        o (1) KZ Today, 15:22 ↑
        We need capitalism with a human face!

        Quote: saag
        ... capitalism sets as its main goal the maximum profit, i.e. money, not a man in the first place ...

        There will be no capitalism with a human face. Wrong incentives
        1. rereture
          rereture 30 May 2014 17: 34
          +1
          The natural desire of a person to live better, is this not an incentive?
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  26. D.V.
    D.V. 30 May 2014 13: 30
    +2
    That's good. Finally it started. Everything to the heap. Together, it’s always warmer and more fun. Yeshe enter one currency and all. What else do you need for good neighbors?
  27. gfhjkm
    gfhjkm 30 May 2014 13: 37
    +1
    I wonder if the Eurasian Economic Union is considering a change in the constitution and the law on the central bank? what if after that there will be one currency and the printing press will belong to the Eurasian Economic Union, then it would be necessary to change the constitution and the law on the Central Bank. In all countries. good
    1. Kasym
      Kasym 31 May 2014 00: 15
      +3
      There is silence about the single currency. I think the question is not very simple, it will take time. And mind you, from the officer. faces are just excuses. "There is no speech about the supranational currency." But in fact, the disputes are not comic. Well, it makes no sense, for example, to go to Belarus and buy a dollar here, and then sell it for bel. rubles. ITS will be introduced gradually and will walk with nat. currency. First, no cash, and then cash .. I think so.
      What laws will need to be introduced will be introduced. "The constitution is a living organism."
  28. Repty
    Repty 30 May 2014 13: 42
    +6
    This is not the USSR, but ... It is so nice when the former republics of the USSR unite. After all, they do it for a reason, for example, Ukraine, which went on about the mattresses and geyrops. And as a result, the collapse of the country and complete chaos. None of them have the thoughts to help the economy of Ukraine. It is profitable for them in this country to destroy everything and everything. So, unification takes place only in order not to lose the sovereignty of your country. Well, something like this...
    1. Selevc
      Selevc 30 May 2014 23: 39
      +1
      Quote: Repty
      After all, they do it for a reason, for example Ukraine, which went on about mattresses and geyrops

      I didn’t go about it and Ukraine was led on a leash to Europe ... In Switzerland, about 100 referenda are held annually and in Ukraine for 23 years, not a single one ... That is, the authorities, as before, are now simply afraid to talk with their people ... Ukraine is no longer a country - it is territory... And this territory is controlled from the outside - and for a very long time ... And those who do not understand this are a herd of suckers !!!
  29. HUMANOID
    HUMANOID 30 May 2014 13: 54
    +5
    Carnation in the lid of the coffin to the world hegemon drinks
  30. cerbuk6155
    cerbuk6155 30 May 2014 14: 43
    +1
    It would be good, besides an economic union, to conclude a military alliance and make unified money. Then no one would dare to blather on any of our countries. good drinks
  31. Alex_T
    Alex_T 30 May 2014 14: 52
    +4
    Congratulations to all the EAEU-tsev on the Association! And let 3,14нdosy with their hangers-in suffocate from powerlessness and anger!
  32. demotivator
    demotivator 30 May 2014 15: 17
    +2
    Well, now we have the answer to "Curzon", I mean, Obama. In the capital of Kazakhstan, Astana, an agreement was signed on the creation of a Eurasian Economic Union. This is 170 million population and 2,5 trillion dollars combined annual GDP.
    Obama's sanctions are ridiculous.
    The Eurasian Economic Union, in principle, is able to live and work SELF-CLOSED (by the type of authoring - its own production provides its own consumption), moreover, with a sufficiently HIGH standard of living. It is enough to go to Belarus and make sure that there is no longer a "Soviet village" there, but Europe, one to one comparable to Poland, at least in terms of living standards.
    It is also very characteristic that the Eurasian Union is not even looking at the "underdeveloped Kyrgyzstan", but Israel is eyeing it (!!!) and starting next year it is possible to consider the membership of India.
  33. 54RG3
    54RG3 30 May 2014 16: 41
    +7
    Hooray!!! I hope to live up to the moment when I get such a passport (see picture). Congratulations to all the brothers. This is the beginning - we are working on.
  34. jovanni
    jovanni 30 May 2014 17: 42
    +1
    Nice of course. But for the present we will rejoice when EVERYTHING TOGETHER begins to get out of this hole, where we landed after the collapse of the Motherland. Although, Hooray!
  35. siberalt
    siberalt 30 May 2014 17: 46
    +2
    Union is good. Kazakhstan vodka would not go up in price. hi
  36. Astana_KZ
    Astana_KZ 30 May 2014 18: 24
    +1
    By the way, at the expense of the single currency ... somehow, once heard about the currency "altyn" in the course of who?
  37. vedross
    vedross 30 May 2014 18: 28
    0
    Good luck! To the USSR!
  38. NAPOLEON
    NAPOLEON 30 May 2014 18: 45
    0
    simple window dressing for the electorate
    1. Kasym
      Kasym 31 May 2014 00: 28
      +3
      In the West, they will agree, and we will make full import substitution — now we can do it. At least we will provide food and vital necessities of consumer goods. Meat, bread, butter, vegetables and fruits (except tropical), sugar, etc. Kazakhstan is capable of giving at all. At least our market will only grow at the expense of others.
      Window dressing you say. As an example, after joining the TS, Nissan, Toyota, Peugeot arrived in Kazakhstan with assembly (task up to 50% of localization). So people have a job. The main thing is to produce more of their products.
  39. JonnyT
    JonnyT 30 May 2014 18: 47
    +1
    Interestingly, and who or how this union will steer? Petty tyranny in power can lead to massive robbery of the population of all countries of the union ... for politicians we are something like "cash cows", we are all under the yoke of capital ... the main thing is that the self-awareness of our nations becomes one, so that the ideology is united !!! including a single social level
  40. konvalval
    konvalval 30 May 2014 19: 02
    0
    Quote: DMB3000
    they perfectly realized for three !!!

    What do you want to be fourth?
  41. Serg93
    Serg93 30 May 2014 19: 51
    0
    Quote: Bodrov
    I believe that this is only acceleration before Russia takes off over the US and the EU, which are rapidly losing altitude!

    Well, Wang predicted a strong Russia by the year 20))) here are the first steps
  42. shah_I_mat
    shah_I_mat 30 May 2014 21: 17
    +1
    Wow! Keep it up!
  43. nnz226
    nnz226 30 May 2014 22: 31
    -2
    WHAT ARE WE LOOKING FOR? Yes - integration, but, sorry, within the boundaries of even the incomplete USSR. And the USSR, even with the CMEA, blew out the Cold War and disintegrated. Now this treaty is just an attempt to unite the fragments of a broken country, but one country !!! And again, 170 million of the population is half the United States and a third of the united Geyropa. So there is still to grow and grow. Again: what useful can Kyrgyzstan bring ??? The collapsed half-country, about which all experts say that, as a state, it did not take place! A couple more violent rallies with the seizure of state institutions, such as the "tulip revolution" ??? It is necessary to take about the principle of the cat Matroskin: "And what is the use of you ?!" And then again Russia will raise the economy of Asians, they will LEGALLY crawl to Moscow, St. Petersburg and other cities of Russia, and then, when they get out of the economic ass at the expense of Russia, "old songs about the main thing" will begin: Russia eats us up, we feed drunkards Russians, it's time for us to go to Independence !!! Have you forgotten 000-000, when Russians were killed, driven out, robbed in the Asian bantustans? A generation of savages has grown up who do not even know the Russian language: how did the "titular nations" appear on the vastness of independent reservations! And it is not appropriate for them to learn the "language of the occupiers"! Maybe these "titular nations" in these reservations-bantustans and leave ??? In Kazakhstan, fortunately, this was not explicitly, therefore, he is the founder of the treaty. But Kyrgyzstan ??? Yes, and Armenia - there are few people of "Caucasian nationality" in Russian cities? And in Armenia unemployment - oh yes, what, and where will the Armenians rush when joining the Eurasian Economic Community ??? Although they are cultured and hard-working people, unlike Asians.
    I consider Putin's visit to China and the signing of agreements there, including the gas one, epoch-making. This is who we need to "side with", starting from the production of aircraft (we have already moved) and continue in all other high-tech industries. The Chinese have grabbed new technologies from suckers from the West, they need to be creatively (in the style of Japan of the 50s) reworked and jointly implemented at home. What new technologies can you get from the Kyrgyz? How to ride horses correctly ???
  44. Selevc
    Selevc 30 May 2014 23: 41
    +5
    With all my heart I congratulate the citizens of Belarus, Russia and Kazakhstan ... May God give the new Union in the foreseeable future, for many economic indicators, at least reach the level of the old Union (as they say here, it is rotten and decaying) !!!

    By the way, there will be sense from both Kyrgyzstan and Armenia to the EAEU - there would be a desire to cooperate mutually, live together and achieve real progress together ...
    And yet - the EEC is a much more diverse political entity uniting bulldogs with rhinos (for example, what is common between Britain and Romania ??? Or Greece and Ireland?) ... Nevertheless, politicians are trying to merge them ... And the post-Soviet countries even more so - God himself commands to unite ...
  45. Selevc
    Selevc 31 May 2014 00: 03
    +6
    There are many people who still do not understand what country the USSR was !!! Some statistics - in 1945 the USSR ended the 2nd World War - having lost 20 million of its citizens and most of the economy was in ruins. In 1947, the country experienced a terrible famine ...
    And in 1949 (4 years after the Victory), we created our Atomic Bomb and our Atomic Industry - catching up with the US 1st world economy in this ... And in 1957 (12 years after the Victory) - we were the first in the world to fly into space ... And in the 1960s, we in some sectors of the economy (for example, aviation and shipbuilding, radio electronics, space, energy) we laid down such standards that the West uses to this day - while diligently charring our past .. .
    Such growth rates Zapadlu did not even dream of !!!
    1. Russ69
      Russ69 31 May 2014 00: 11
      +2
      Quote: Selevc
      There are many people who still do not understand what country the USSR was !!!

      USSR, the most destroyed country during the war. First from all European countries, canceled grocery cards ...
  46. old man 72
    old man 72 31 May 2014 01: 23
    +2
    The Union is slowly being reborn, slowly dropping a little but it will be the UNION !!! I looked at the photo and I see three RUSSIAN RICHERS: Ilya Muromets, Nikita Dobrynich, Alyosha Popovich !!!
    1. 290980
      290980 31 May 2014 01: 37
      -2
      The Union is slowly being reborn, slowly dropping a little but it will be the UNION !!! I looked at the photo and I see three RUSSIAN RICHERS: Ilya Muromets, Nikita Dobrynich, Alyosha Popovich !!!

      Kazakhs are not as simple as they seem, they are Russians an open soul. Right now, anti-Chinese sentiments are very strong there, finally realized that the Chinese are not friends, and want to force them out of the Republic of Kazakhstan, the second is radical Islam, a bunch of classmates and friends who would never have thought raise their heads, support these sentiments, so it turns out that Nazik realizing that the region it is more reliable than Russia has no friend begins rapprochement. (years ... eleven years ago when he visited Germany, he said on German TV that Germany was the most reliable partner and friend) No.
  47. Lancelot
    Lancelot 31 May 2014 03: 21
    0
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NCwLPBJ0P9g&feature=youtu.be
  48. falcon
    falcon 31 May 2014 03: 46
    -2
    I want to thank Oleg for another interesting article! As always, "+".
    Now let me express my opinion on the above events. If put away
    all the tinsel that we get in the dry residue? But nothing! Goods crossing our borders are already
    many years, and so are not subject to any duties, our enterprises are already tied to each other
    friend, the Customs Union, thank God, has existed for many years, an agreed economic
    politics between our countries has been going on for decades. I certainly admire and
    flattered by the desire of Armenia and Kyrgyzstan to join the economic union - this, without a doubt,
    cement it (union) and make it even more powerful. (:)) I am with a feeling of deep uplift
    studied the performances of the wise Nazarbayev and the cunning Lukashenko and realized how right he was
    Alexander III in his intuitive choice of allies for Russia. Of all this, smoothly
    the question arises - why do we need all this? Who are you kidding?
    P.S. By the way, no one will tell you what the allies say (members of the economic union)
    about the "anti-terrorist" operation in the DPR and LPR? Apparently, they strongly condemn it? :))
  49. saag
    saag 31 May 2014 07: 36
    +1
    Quote: falcon
    why do we need all this?

    geopolitics however, because you know, a holy place does not happen empty :-)
  50. Nitarius
    Nitarius 31 May 2014 21: 14
    0
    well, glory to GOD everything happened!
    Now WORK AND WORK!