The 10th Annual International Forum “Eurasian Economic Perspective” became one of the main congress platforms for carrying out discussions on the challenges of the Eurasian integration and exchange of the opinions on perspectives of the Eurasian interstate cooperation. The topic of the Forum in 2022 is “Development of the Eurasian integration in the new economic reality”.
Deputy Director General of the Russian Standardization Institute Alexey Ivanov took part in the International Forum.
He told about the role of standardization activities for the purposes of implementation of the requirements of technical regulations, discussed the questions connected with the development of standards aiming to form the evidence base of technical regulations with the participants of the Forum and specified the series of the directions of improving the activities on planning and development of interstate standards in the framework of the session “Technical regulation, standardization and conformity assessment in the formation of the Eurasian economic space”.
Deputy Director General of the Russian Standardization Institute noted that nowadays there was a number of tasks on improving the effectiveness of the implementation of obligatory requirements of technical regulations by the way of the development and actualization of relevant standards. Alexey Ivanov highlighted that solving these tasks mainly depended on permanent coordination of the activities of the Eurasian Economic Commission, national bodies on standardization and the Euro-Asian Council for standardization, metrology and certification (EASC). Alexey also elaborated on that nowadays this coordination acquired systematic character and it was not restricted by the implementation of relevant standardization programs.
Saint Petersburg State University of Economics traditionally organizes this event. The International Forum has united the authorities of the Countries of the Eurasian Economic Union, the Eurasian Economic Commission, rectors and experts from leading universities, economists, politicians and public figures, representatives of business community. They discuss how the economic advancement of Greater Eurasia will change, what steps should be taken by the leading States of the region to develop it as a center of an economic power and what mechanisms and institutions are needed for this.