The day-to-day work of the EAEU is done through the Eurasian Economic Commission (the executive body), which is a supranational body similar to European Commission.
There is also a judicial body – the Court of the EAEU.
During the 1990s, the Eurasian integration process was slow, possibly due to the economic crisis experienced after the dissolution of the Soviet Union and the size of the countries involved (Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan cover an area of about 20 million km²).
After the end of the Cold War and the Dissolution of the Soviet Union, Russia and the Central Asian republics were weakened economically and faced declines in GDP.
Post-Soviet states underwent economic reforms and privatisation.
The Eastern European Plain encompasses Belarus and most of European Russia.
The plain is mostly mountain-free and comprises several plateaus. The Russian Tundra is located on the coastline with the Arctic and is known for its total darkness in the winter.is an economic union of states located primarily in northern Eurasia.