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PRIDNESTROVIAN CUSTOMS DEVELOPS COOPERATION

PRIDNESTROVIAN CUSTOMS DEVELOPS COOPERATION
wco-21On 26 January every year Customs administrations worldwide celebrate International Customs Day to draw attention to the vital role of Customs in international trade, economic and social development of society. Customs bodies of Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic traditionally demonstrate their solidarity with international Customs community tending to implement in everyday practice modern standards and best practices in simplification of customs procedures and creating favorable conditions for trade.

In accordance with top priorities the World Customs Organization dedicated 2015 to promoting Coordinated Border Management (CBM) under the slogan “Coordinated Border Management – An inclusive approach for connecting stakeholders”. As the WCO Secretary General Kunio Mikuria emphasized in his message, 2015 is a year in which Customs administrations are encouraged to actively promote the partnerships they have built to improve and expedite border processing.
It should be noted that this approach corresponds to key vectors in activity of Pridnestrovian Customs. The State Customs Committee (in the framework of undertaken functions) works in close cooperation with other state bodies in law-enforcement, financial-economic areas as well as collaborates with border agencies for simplifying and speeding up border crossing procedure. No less important is cooperation with partners from Russian Federation and Abkhazia on the issues of improving customs procedures, advance in information exchange, personnel training and professional development.
This year the State Customs Committee of Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic intends to further advance in international and interagency cooperation in accordance with indicated directions. It goes in line with the slogan of 2015 announced by the World Customs Organization.

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