On February 25th 2015 in Brussels in collaboration with the Brussels chamber of commerce & Union of enterprises (BECI), the Trade representation of the Russian Federation and the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC), the Chamber of commerce Belgium-Luxemburg for Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan will organize a conference on the development of foreign economic cooperation with the Eurasian Economic Union. Privileged themes will be: the functions and the services of the Eurasian Economic Commission (permanent supranational regulatory body of the Customs Union and the Single Economic Space), custom formalities and procedures, the Court of the Eurasian Economic Community (EAEC), the Court of the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU), review of the concrete solution by export/import – on experience of Belgian companies.
The conference has an aim to help European enterprises, including SMEs, to export/import to/from Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, and Russia. The business community is invited to take part in this event.
Draft programme (13.02.2015)
09.30 – Registration
10.00 – Welcome words by Mr. Jean-Philippe Mergen, Director Export, Enterprise Europe Brussels of BECI
10.10 – H.E. Mr. Andrei Yeudachenka, Ambassador of the Republic of Belarus to the Kingdom of Belgium
10.20 – “Trade Relations between Eurasia and Belgium” by Mr. Valere Vangeel, General Adviser of Department on Economic Analysis and International Economics of Belgian Federal Government
10.30 – “Trade Policy of the Eurasian Economic Union” by Mr. Andrey Tochin, Director of Trade Policy
10.40 – “Trade Defence Instruments in the Eurasian Economic Union” by Mr. Vladimir Ilichev, Director of the Department to protect the domestic market.
10.50 – “Customs Legislation of the Eurasian Economic Union” by Mr. Dmitri Avdonin, Advisor to the Department of Customs legislation and practice
11.00 – “Technical Regulation Issues of the Eurasian Economic Union” or “Common Market for Medicines and Medical Devices in the EAEU” (tbc)
11.10 – “The Court of the Eurasian Economic Union” by Mr. Igor Danilov, Advocate, International Trade, Competition and Regulatory Practice for Dentons
11.30 – Q&A by Mr. Daniel Stevens, Vice President of CCBLR
* for CCBLR member, registration fee: 50,00 EUR VAT included (41,32 EUR + VAT 8,68 EUR)
* for non CCBLR member, registration fee: 70,00 EUR VAT included (57,85 EUR + VAT 12,15 EUR)
Registration by bak transfer of the fee before 20 February 2015 to the CCBLR bank account: BNP PARIBAS FORTIS BANK, IBAN: BE62 2100 5599 9061, BIC: GEBABEBB, with reference “February conference for Mr/Mrs …“.
Contact information (First / Last Name, Company, Company’s principal activities, Post address, VAT Number, Phone, Email, Web site, Amount of registration fee) before 20 February 2015 to Maria.Landenok.CCBLR@gmail.com with a copy to email@example.com.
Number of the participantsstrictly limited to 70 persons. Places will be attributed on a first come, first served basis.