Euro-Asian Economic Community Certification
The former Russian, Belarusian and Kazakh Soviet Republics agreed to establish a common customs union at the end of last year, known as the Eurasian Economic Community (Eurasian Economic Community). Its basic objective is to establish a unified customs territory.
Therefore, as long as the product belongs to the "single product List", if one member is recognized, it should be allowed to be unrestricted throughout the circulation. However, the actual execution time of the coalition is not yet valid. There are different levels of reason for it to have a lot of unpredictability in the future.
The Euro-Asian Economic Community's unified certification mark has been designed, at least Russia has announced its use since January 1, 2011 as part of a new regulation of low-voltage electrical equipment. It can be seen that trademarks are much like the existing-tags, except for the letter T and P (that is, Russian R), meaning "technical regulations". But eventually the Russian government postponed the use of the sign, and time will be postponed until the official announcement.