Development of Eurasian integration was discussed in Moscow at the 12th International Conference
Leading political scientists and economists of several countries discussed development drivers for the Eurasian integration in Moscow at the 12th International Conference. The focus is on strengthening cooperation in finance, investment, infrastructure, foreign economic cooperation, as well as intergovernmental partnership of the EAEU countries. As part of the conference, the Eurasian Development Bank and the Finance Academy of Kazakh Ministry of Finance signed a memorandum of cooperation. The parties intend to exchange analytical information and facilitate the conduct of fundamental and applied research.
NATALIA KORZHOVA, PRESIDENT, FINANCIAL ACADEMY, KAZAKH MINISTRY OF FINANCE:
- We need the education that allows today's graduates and doctors to immediately train the next generation, individual specialists who are in demand in the market as well as analysts in finance, in production who understand and foreknow Kazakhstan’s role in the coordination system, the EAEU’s and other integration associations’ role and how it is profitable to represent our country and promote our export-oriented products, talents and human capital.
DMITRY PANKIN, CHAIRMAN, MANAGEMENT BOARD, EURASIAN DEVELOPMENT BANK:
- Moreover, the trade turnover between our countries is not trade in raw materials, nor trade in oil and gas which is usual type of the trade balance of our countries with the world. There are more cars and value-added products.