During today's visit to the Customs Administration, the regional customs attachés of the Republic of France, Mr. Christophe Bergeon and Mr. Julien Autret, confirmed the interest for bilateral cooperation. They discussed the areas in which there is a need for joint activities in future with the heads of the Departments for International Cooperation and Control and Investigations of the Customs Administration.

Today, Customs Director General, Mr. Sugareski visited the border crossing point Blace, where he had the opportunity to meet with the Heads of the Customs House Skopje and customs office Blace and customs officers of the Customs Office Blace.

Women make up about half of the world's population. Based on this data, it should be expected that half of the benefits of the development process go to women and the other half to men. However, the reality is different. Managers, as well as the general population, still strongly believe that managerial success is related to male characteristics. Socially speaking, power is the ability to combine different sources of individual power to achieve change, that is, greater benefits for the society than for the individual. And the individual, whether male or female is equally powerful and capable.

We work together with the inspections both at the border crossings and in the inland customs offices. The cooperation should intensify and enhanced to ensure greater quality, noted Customs Director General Sugareski at today's meeting with the Market Inspectorate Director Mr. Stojko Paunovski.

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.