Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev ordered to examine the level of protection of Kazakhstan's interests in the Eurasian integration process.
"Taking into consideration the coming high level summit of Customs Union member countries in late May, it is necessary to examine the results of the past negotiations and determine how protected the interests of Kazakhstan are," Nazarbayev said at a meeting with Deputy Prime Minister Kairat Kelimbetov responsible for the issues concerning Eurasian Integration. "You should analyze the state of the economy and the pace of its development."
Kelimbetov informed the president about regular meetings of Kazakhstan, Belarus and Russia at the level of deputy prime ministers, which are held within preparation for the Supreme Eurasian Economic Council meeting.
"First of all, we are preparing the Treaty on the Eurasian Economic Union. The existing legal base is planned to be codified in a common document. We will submit the document agreed between the three parties to our parliaments by late 2014," Kelimbetov said.
Moreover, the future integration issues are planned for discussion at the high level meeting, he said.
Kelimbetov also spoke about the main areas of work in the macroeconomic and fiscal spheres, as well as the activities of the financial sector of the country.