Dispute resolution in the Eurasian Economic Union
This information only provided as a general guide and should not be used as a specialized legal opinion.
On 29th of May 2014, the Republic of Kazakhstan (Kazakhstan), the Russian Federation (Russia) and the Republic of Belarus (Belarus) have signed the Treaty on the Eurasian Economic Union.
Kazakhstan, Russia and Belarus have agreed to create and subsequently sign the Treaty on the Eurasian Economic Union (The Treaty on the Eurasian Union) due to their motivation and willingness to follow the principle of sovereign equality between the states and the need to unconditionally follow the principle of the supremacy of constitutional rights and liberties of citizens, expressing their assurance that further development of the Eurasian economic integration reflect their national interests. The countries were also guided by the aim to strengthen the economies of the member states of the Eurasian Economic Union and to secure their harmonic development and integration.
Apart from the main text of the Treaty on the Eurasian Union, the member states also developed a range of additional documents (protocols, provisions) that regulate various areas of cooperation within the framework of the Union. These are also considered as an integral part of the Treaty on the Eurasian Union.
One of the fundamental documents regulating the area of dispute resolution in the Eurasian Union, and in cases when a member state is applying norms of various international agreements is considered to be a Regulation on the Eurasian Economic Commission (Eurasian Commission)
as of 1st January 2015 the Statute on the Eurasian Economic Union Court which replaces the Statute of the Court of Eurasian Economic Community dated 5th July 2010. It also replaces the Treaty on the dispute resolution procedure at the Eurasian Economic Community Court dated 9th December 2010 and the Protocol (amendments) to the Statute of the Eurasian Economic Community Court dated 5th July 2010 and subsequently signed on the 10th day of October 2011.
The information below describes the competence of the Eurasian Union Court, the disputes that may be submitted to the Court, and advantages/disadvantages of the Eurasian Economic Union Court, etc.
 The Treaty on the Eurasian Economic Union was signed on 29 May 2014 in Astana, Republic of Kazakhstan
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