The Prime Ministers are set to discuss bilateral trade and economic relations, particularly in the Union State. Particular attention will be paid to cooperation in industry, science and technology. Possibilities for enhancing the partnerships within the framework of the Customs Union and the Single Economic Space will be also on the agenda.
Economy takes up a large part of the agenda. In particular, the session will table the Union State fuel and energy budget for 2012 and forecasts of supply and demand for the most important products for 2012. Participants of the session are expected to approve a report on executing the Union State budget in 2011, will discuss the program in fulfilling the action plan to set up and run the Union State united transport system in 2011-2012 along with a draft regulation on assessing the value of Union State property. Progress in pursuing a coordinated policy in the area of technical regulations, standardization and metrology will be discussed. The session is expected to approve several concepts of new Union State programs. There are plans to discuss several organizational issues.