"Trade between the Community’s member countries more than doubled to US$75 billion for the years under review," Mansurov told Itar-Tass, pointing to "the stabilisation of the national currencies and decline of inflation rates."
"All these facts are an evidence to the efficiency of the Community’s integration efforts," he said.
EurAsEC constantly focuses on "the poverty reduction, migration issues, energy and water use, and strengthening of the organisation’s transport potential," Mansurov said.
EurAsEC approve many social programs to guarantee worthy living conditions for 206-million population of the Community member countries, he said.
"A program, Ten Simple Steps Towards Common People, is being implemented successfully. The organisation made important decisions to simplify humanitarian contacts, possibilities for education and medical aid in the EurAsEC countries, as well as visa free travelling to those countries," Mansurov said.
The number of the EurAsEC members is on the rise. In 2006, Uzbekistan became its fully-fledged member. The Eurasian Development Bank, which is an instrument for funding joint projects, was instituted in the same year, he reaffirmed.
"In October, chiefs of EurAsEC states signed documents aimed at forming a unified customs territory and a customs union of Belarus, Kazakhstan and Russia," Mansurov said.
"In addition to this, the sides agreed that Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan will join the union when their economics are ready," he said.