"Before ratifying the EEU Customs Code, it is necessary to carefully study it," MP Mirlan Bakirov said today in the Parliament.
According to him, document consists of more than 50 articles and 400 chapters. "Kyrgyzstan 80 percent depends on imports. What is the impact of the Code on businessmen, working with China and Turkey? Prior to ratification, we must study each item of the code. It's necessary to hand out its signed version. We shouldn't adopt the documents so fast," the MP said.
Recall, the head of the EEU states have signed the Customs Code at the summit of the Eurasian Economic Union in St. Petersburg on December 26.