Eurasian Week to gather more than 2 thousand participants from 25 countries. The Eurasian Week will start on Thursday in Astana. The international forum will become a platform for joint work on the strategy of developing the EAEU in the face of global challenges. Participants will discuss the increasing competitiveness of the Union's economy, the formation of international cooperative projects. One of the key issues will be the development of Eurasian transport corridors and routes from Europe to China. Within the framework of the forum, the summit of the governors of the EAEU will be held. More than 20 heads of regions of Belarus, Russia, Kazakhstan, Armenia and Kyrgyzstan will discuss interregional cooperation, formation of an investment climate, support for small and medium-sized businesses.