Thanks to the cooperation built in the past period, the customs agents have become the closest associates of the Customs Administration and have a key role in the implementation of fast and efficient customs procedures.

At the meeting organized today with customs agents, Director General Sugareski pointed out the priorities he has set as Director General of the Customs Administration related to fight against crime and corruption and the grey economy as well. The complete modernization and digitalization of all customs procedures remains highly positioned goal in the mission of the Customs Administration.

"If the cooperation is at a satisfactory level, everyone in our society: economic operators, ministries and state bodies, citizens, all will benefit. The quality execution of customs procedures, to a large extent affects the proper collection of customs and other import duties, trade facilitation, as well as transparency and the fight against corruption," said Sugareski.

Several key priorities for the forthcoming period were also presented at today’s meeting:

Лизација Digitalization of customs procedures,

  -   The project for introduction of a New National Single Window System - NSW

  -   Promotion of the Authorized Economic Operator concept

  -   Procurement of vehicle scanner and body cameras for customs officers

The purpose of this meeting was to encourage the customs agents,  as direct participants in the customs procedure to word out their proposals, priorities, complaints and suggestions. During the meeting, the attendees actively participated in the discussion concerning specific situations they face in their daily work. All their questions related to certain customs procedures were immediately answered by expert customs officers, depending on the area which the questions referred to. 

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