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Activities within the CIS in Tashkent

March 14-16, 2018


On the basis of the Standardization, Metrology and Certification Agency of Uzbekistan the 41th meeting of the Scientific and Technical Commission for Conformity Assessment (NTKOS), the 41th meeting of the Scientific and Technical Commission for Accreditation (NTKA) and the 8th meeting of the Working Group on the Establishment of the Regional Organization (Association) for Accreditation (WG of the ROA) of the Euroasian Interstate Council for Standardization, Metrology and Certification took place in Tashkent (the Republic of Uzbekistan) on March 14-16, 2018.



For reference use: The Euroasian Interstate Council for Standardization, Metrology and Certification Interstate Council (http://easc.by/) was created in accordance with the "Agreement on realization of coherent policy in the field of standardization, metrology and certification of the 13 of March 1992". Cooperation within the Interstate Council is stipulated by the Commonwealth of Independent States ( CIS) Free Trade Area Agreement dated of October 2011. The Interstate Council unites the potentials and resources of national bodies for standardization, metrology, certification and accreditation of CIS member states, as well as implements a unified technical policy in these areas of activity.

About 30 representatives of the national bodies of the CIS member states: the Republic of Kazakhstan, the Republic of Tajikistan, the Russian Federation, the Republic of Uzbekistan and Ukraine, as well as representatives of the Republic of Belarus.

Based on the results of the NTKOS, NTKA and the WG of the ROA, important documents have been adopted to remove technical barriers in mutual trade:

1) Agreement on Technical Barriers to Mutual Trade of the Member States of the Commonwealth of Independent States;

2) Agreement on Mutual Recognition of Accreditation of Conformity Assessment Bodies.

The discussion of issues related to the establishment of a Regional Organization (Association) for accreditation within the CIS has been continued:

  • аnalysis of the national legislation of the CIS member states for the legalization of the ROA for determining the most preferable state for registration of the ROA and the corresponding documents for registration;
  • development of documents of the Regional Organization (Association) for Accreditation;
  • development of a common position on the application of the ILAC P10 policy on the traceability of measurement results by the authorized metrology bodies of the CIS member states to support the national systems of accreditation of the CIS member states;
  • peer evaluation of the accreditation bodies of the CIS member states by the regional accreditation organizations recognized by ILAC/IAF and others.
  • development of an information database for the purposes of the Regional Organization (Association) for Accreditation;
  • work programme of the WG of the ROA 2018-2019;
  • and participation of the Interstate Council in the implementation of the Action Plan for the implementation of the third stage (2016-2020) of the Strategy for the Economic Development of the Commonwealth of Independent States.

Based on the results of the discussion of the issues, relevant recommendations and proposals were adopted for inclusion in the agenda of the forthcoming 53nd meeting of the Euroasian Interstate Council for Standardization, Metrology and Certification with a view to their discussion at the level of heads of national bodies.



The minutes of the meetings are available on the official website of the Euroasian Interstate Council for Standardization, Metrology and Certification of the ( http://easc.by/).


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