Delegation of the Customs Administration of the Republic of North Macedonia led by Director General Slavica Kutirov MSc, today (16th December 2021) took part at the 18th Subcommittee meeting on Trade, Industry, Customs and Taxation, part of the Stabilization and Association Committee, which was held via video conference.

During the meeting of the Subcommittee on Customs, the Director General of the Customs Administration stressed that the recognition of the visible success and positive results of the Customs in the latest report on the country, motivate us to continue working hard to further develop IT capacity to facilitate of trade. Director Kutirov emphasized that the modernization and reform of the Customs remains a strategic commitment and informed about the latest activities for mutual recognition of certificates for Authorized Economic Operator (AEO) within the CEFTA region.

At the same time, through a concise presentation, the representatives of the European Commission were informed about the progress of the reforms between the two Subcommittees. They were also informed about the current and future activities that are being undertaken, in order to further harmonize the legislation and institutional strengthening of the Customs Administration. Measures are being taken to deal with the COVID 19 crisis, as well as activities within the Open Balkans initiative. The European Commission also presented the innovations in e-commerce at Union level.

A delegation of the Customs Administration of the Republic of Northern Macedonia led by the Director Slavica Kutirov, MA, today (16.12.2021) participated at the virtual 18th meeting of the Subcommittee on Trade, Industry, Customs and Taxation, part of the Stabilization and Association Committee.

During the Subcommittee meeting related to Customs, Customs Director General noted that the recognition of the visible success and positive results of Customs in the latest EC progress report, motivates us to continue to work even harder to further develop IT capacity to facilitate trade. Director General Kutirov emphasized that Customs modernization and reforms remain a strategic commitment. She also presented the latest activities for mutual recognition of AEO authorizations within the CEFTA region.

The representatives of the European Commission were informed about the progress of the Customs Administration’s reforms between the two Subcommittees, the current and future activities, aimed at further harmonization of the legislation and institutional capacity building of the Customs Administration, the measures taken to deal with the COVID 19 crisis, as well as activities under the Open Balkans initiative.

The European Commission also presented the innovations in e-commerce at EU level.

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