Yevrosiyo iqtisodiy ittifoqi

Ittifoq bayrogʻi
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Muallif: Xakmuradov Salohiddinbek

Yevroosiyo Iqtisodiy Ittifoqi (YOII) — 29-may 2014-yilda tashkil etilgan iqtisodiy ittifoq. Ushbi ittifoqga Rossiya, Belorussiya, Qozogʻiston, Qirgʻiziston va Armaniston davlatlari kiradi. Yevroosiyo Iqtisodiy Ittifoqi aʼzo davlatlarning bir-biri bilan xalqaro va oʻzaro birlikni kuchaytirishni oʻz ichiga oladi.

Oʻzbekiston Iqtisodiy ittifoqqa qoʻshilishda ikkilanmoqda, Oʻzbekiston amaldorlari integratsiya istiqboliga qarshi daʼvolar bildirmoqdalar.[1][2] Mamlakat bugungi kunga qadar iqtisodiy va siyosiy integratsiyani amalga oshirmaslikni afzal koʻrmoqda.[3][4][5] Rossiya amaldorlari ushbu mamlakat bilan integratsiyalashuv sust boʼlishini taʼkidladilar va tahlilchilar Rossiyaning taʻsiri hamda Qirgʻiziston va Tojikistonda savdo-sotiqning kuchayishi bilan Oʻzbekistonning kelajakda qoʻshilishi mumkinligini aytmoqdalar.[6][7][8] Rossiya integratsiyalashuv jarayonini davlatning $865 million miqdoridagi qarzini oʻchirib yuborishini eʼlon qilganida boshlagan. Oʻzbekiston MDHning erkin savdo hududiga 2014-yilda qoʻshilgan boʻlib, mamlakat YOIIga aʼzo davlatlar bilan erkin savdo qiladi.[9][10][11] Ayrim manbalarga koʻra, Oʻzbekiston YOIIga toʻlaqonli aʼzo boʻlib kirmoqchi emas.[12] Chunki, Oʻzbekistonning amaliy betarafligi mamlakat qonunchiligida mustahkamlanib qoʻyilgan.

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2 Yanvar 2015[13] 10 Oktabr 2014[13]
  Belarus 1 Yanvar 2015[13] 29 May 2014[13]
  Qozogʻiston 1 Yanvar 2015[13] 29 May 2014[13]
  Qirgʻiziston 12 Avgust 2015[14] 23 Dekabr 2014[13]
  Rossiya 1 Yanvar 2015[13] 29 May 2014[13]

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  1. "Top Uzbek Officials Make Opposing Claims on Customs Union". 14 November 2014. http://www.themoscowtimes.com/business/article/top-uzbek-officials-make-opposing-claims-on-customs-union/489561.html. Qaraldi: 31 August 2014. 
  2. Babushkin, Alexey (13 November 2013). "Uzbek Official Pours Cold Water on Customs Union Membership". RIA Novosti. http://en.ria.ru/world/20131113/184685113/Uzbek-Official-Pours-Cold-Water-on-Customs-Union-Membership.html. Qaraldi: 31 August 2014. 
  3. Schmidt, Simon (1 July 2014). "Uzbekistan prefers regime security over economic integration". Open Democracy. https://www.opendemocracy.net/od-russia/simon-schmidt/uzbekistan-prefers-regime-security-over-economic-integration. Qaraldi: 31 August 2014. 
  4. Torikian, Aren (21 August 2014). "Armenia and the EEU: A Social and Economic Assessment". The Armenian Weekly. http://www.armenianweekly.com/2014/08/21/armenia-eeu-social-economic-assessment-2/. Qaraldi: 31 August 2014. "Azerbaijan has also withdrawn any interest in the deal, as have Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan." 
  5. B. Assanbayev, Mukhit (October 2013). "Russia's Policy of Integration in Central Asia". The Washington Review of Turkish and Eurasian Affairs. http://www.thewashingtonreview.org/articles/russias-policy-of-integration-in-central-asia.html. Qaraldi: 31 August 2014. "Since Uzbekistan has no interest in joining the integration projects with Russia, Tajikistan's participation in the Customs Union remains a question." 
  6. Dyatlenko, Pavel (6 June 2014). "Kyrgyzstan Gets Soft Terms for Customs Union Entry". Institute for War and Peace Reporting. http://iwpr.net/report-news/kyrgyzstan-gets-soft-terms-customs-union-entry. Qaraldi: 31 August 2014. 
  7. Sadykov, Murat (21 February 2014). "Uzbekistan's Car Industry Takes a Beating from Russia's Custom Union". EurasianNet. http://www.eurasianet.org/node/68072. Qaraldi: 31 August 2014. 
  8. "Central Asia states press ahead with moves to join Customs Union". Business New Europe. 13 November 2014. http://www.bne.eu/content/story/central-asia-states-press-ahead-moves-join-customs-union. Qaraldi: 31 August 2014. "Delay is likely the result of ongoing tension. Uzbekistan has for many years resisted full participation in economic and military regional alliances, in particular those dominated by Russia. It quit the Collective Security Treaty Organisation, a military grouping of post-Soviet countries, in 2012." 
  9. "Post-Soviet integration processes to benefit Moscow–Tashkent relations — Putin". Tass. 10 December 2014. http://itar-tass.com/en/economy/766223. Qaraldi: 30 December 2014. "Russia will start talks with Uzbekistan on a free trade zone between the post-Soviet trade bloc and the Central Asian republic, Putin said on Wednesday." 
  10. "Russia Cozies Up to Uzbekistan With $865 Million Debt Write-Off". The Moscow Times. 10 December 2014. http://www.themoscowtimes.com/business/article/russia-cozies-up-to-uzbekistan-with-865-million-debt-write-off/513096.html. Qaraldi: 30 December 2014. 
  11. Uzbekistan joins CIS free trade zone, azernews.az. Retrieved 23 June 2016.
  12. "Mirzieev svernul s dorogi v EAES". Vesti.uz. 27 January 2020. https://vesti.uz/mirzieev-svernul-s-dorogi-v-eaes/. Qaraldi: 25 January 2020. 
  13. 13,0 13,1 13,2 13,3 13,4 13,5 13,6 13,7 13,8 Russland – aktuelle Situation, zukünftige Entwicklung.
  14. Кыргызстан присоединился к Евразийскому экономическому союзу.

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