The ambitious project of Eurasian integration, began in 2010 with establishment of the Customs Union, is entering in a decisive phase. Possible depth and desired coverage of unifying movement are identified, time has corrected the principles of interaction with each other and with potential participants. This article describes the Customs Union operation and the integration prospects within the Common Economic Space.
The article speaks about creating a powerful transport platform, being the basis of accelerated regional development in a continental scale. The author notes that development of meridional transport corridors in the Russian Federation is necessary both for accelerating the eastern regions development and for preservation and consolidation of historically friendly relations with the southern countries. The author emphasizes the fact that materialization of advanced initiative will allow our country to capitalize constantly on benefits and competitive advantage, which cannot be obtained through other decisions.
Existing legal norms, regulating relations of the integrated structures, are interpreted by each branch of the law in its own way and are not systemic in nature.