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YEREVAN. – On December 23, 2014, the governments of Belarus, Kazakhstan, Russia, and Armenia, as well as the central (national) banks of those countries, had signed an agreement on the exchange of information in the financial sectors—including of confidential information—to ensure the free movement of capital. Vakhtang Abrahamyan, Vice-Governor of the Central Bank of Armenia, said this at Tuesday’s meeting of the Standing Committee on Regional and Eurasian Integration of the National Assembly during the discussion of the matter of ratification of the protocol on joining this agreement.

According to him, the purpose of this agreement is to coordinate and expand the exchange of information between the financial market regulators of the EEU member countries.

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