The Eurasian Group on Combating Money Laundering and Financing of Terrorism (EAG)
About EAG

The Eurasian group on combating money laundering and financing of terrorism (EAG) is a FATF-style regional body which comprises 9 countries: Belarus, China, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, India, Russia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan. 15 more states and 18 international and regional organizations have observer status within the EAG.

EAG MEMBER-STATES
Republic of Belarus

Belarus is a presidential republic. Its supreme legislative body is the National Assembly. Belarus is an industrial-agrarian country. The most developed segments of its economy are the auto industry, instrument-making, light industry, food, chemicals and petrochemicals.

Russia accounts for about 50% of the country’s foreign trade.

Republic of India

India joined the EAG as a member state in December 2010 following the decisions of the 13th Plenary meeting. Before that India had observer's status.

The country is a member of FATF and APG.

Republic of Kazakhstan

Kazakhstan is a parliamentary-type presidential republic. The supreme legislative body is the parliament.

People’s Republic of China

The People’s Republic of China is a socialist republic. The highest legislative power is exercised by the National People's Congress of China.

Kyrgyz Republic

Kyrgyzstan is a parliamentary republic. The parliament of the Republic is the Zhogorku Kenesh.

The Kyrgyz Republic is a leading exporter of mercury and antimony and has enormous hydropower potential.

Russian Federation

Russia is a democratic federal presidential-parliamentary republic. Legislative power is vested in the Federal Assembly (Parliament), while executive power is vested in the Government.

Russia’s main exports are hydrocarbons, metals, chemicals, machinery, equipment, weapons and food.

Republic of Tajikistan

Tajikistan is a presidential republic. The main body of the legislative branch is the parliament—the Madzhlisi Oli.

Turkmenistan

Turkmenistan is a presidential republic. Large companies in heavy industry, agriculture, electrical power, transportation and telecommunications are state owned.

Republic of Uzbekistan

Uzbekistan is a rule-of-law democratic state. The head of state is the president. The supreme state representative body is the Oly Mazhlis of the Republic of Uzbekistan.

EAG MEMBER-STATES
Republic of Belarus
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Republic of Belarus

Belarus is a presidential republic. Its supreme legislative body is the National Assembly. Belarus is an industrial-agrarian country. The most developed segments of its economy are the auto industry, instrument-making, light industry, food, chemicals and petrochemicals.

Russia accounts for about 50% of the country’s foreign trade.