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EAEU to unify approaches to customs infrastructure

EAEU to unify approaches to customs infrastructure

3/19/2021

The Eurasian Economic Union countries discuss mechanisms for further development of customs infrastructure.

 

In particular, some issues of developing the Member States’ unified approach to standard requirements for the arrangement and technical equipment of customs infrastructure items located in places where goods are moved across the Union customs border were considered at the meeting of the Eurasian Economic Commission’s Advisory Committee on Interaction of Supervisory Bodies at the EAEU Customs Border.

 

The meeting was chaired by Baktybek Bayserkeev, Director of the Commission's Customs Infrastructure Department.

Measures to improve the Union’s regulatory and legal framework in terms of arranging checkpoints have been enshrined in the Strategic Directions for Developing the Eurasian Economic Integration until 2025.

The Advisory Committee members discussed creating an expert group to elaborate standard requirements for the arrangement and technical equipment of customs infrastructure items. They also exchanged views on monitoring how Russia implements the EEC decisions on forming, presenting and using preliminary information at sea checkpoints.​