He added that the attempts to fragment the regulatory field of the global economy will lead to the "destruction of world trade."
The WTO is a global international organization that regulates international trade. It has 164 member states.
In October, 12 countries of the Pacific Rim region, including the United States and Canada, reached an agreement on the TPP trade deal, intended to deregulate trade among the signatories, which together make up some 40 percent of the world economy. The deal has yet to be ratified by the signatory countries.
Since 2013, the United States has also been negotiating the TTIP deal with the European Union, which involves the creation of a free trade zone. Such countries as Canada, Mexico, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Iceland are also due to participate in TTIP.