The Customs Administration would like to notify the economic operators that the board Open Balkan Priority Lane is intended for:   

-  holders of Authorised Economic Operator authorizations (AEO) from the Republic of North Macedonia, Republic of Serbia and Republic of Albania 

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-  economic operators (importers, exporters, transporters, freight-forwarders) from the Republic of North Macedonia, Republic of Serbia and Republic of Albania in international trade, i.e. conducting import, export and transit procedures between the three countries.

-  green corridors for priority list CEFTA goods

PDF Open Balkan and Green Lane CEFTA PDF image link for downloading

Priority passage of vehicles carrying this type of goods is ensured by marking the vehicle, depending on the category applied. 

 

 

 

Today, H.E. Angel Angelov, Ambassador of the Republic of Bulgaria visited the Customs Administration.

The Customs Administration of the Republic of North Macedonia hereby notifies about the regulations in force concerning temporary admission of vehicles (passenger motor vehicles, vessels, motorcycles, etc.) in order to avoid improper and illegal acting due to unawareness of the applicable regulations.

The Director General of the Customs Administration of the Republic of North Macedonia, Slavica Kutirov, MSc., yesterday and today participates at the 7th Informal Regional Meeting of the Directors of the Customs Administrations of the Western Balkans, held in Budva, Montenegro.

The Customs Administration of North  Macedonia placed the first Open Balkan Green Lane board sign at the BCP Tabanovce- entrance into North Macedonia. Green Lanes is one of the first projects of the initiative giving concrete and visible results for faster movement of goods, services, people and capital.