On 30 May 2018 the Customs Terminal at the Road Border Crossing Tabanovce was be officially inaugurated. The upgrade of the terminal that was funded by the European Union will help facilitate cross border trade along Corridor 10 and enforce customs procedures through modern customs clearance facilities. This enables better services to the benefit of the economic operators to move their goods faster and cheaper across the border. Equally important, it will contribute towards enhanced security of the Republic of Macedonia and its citizens.

The Customs Administration is developing a new Customs Declaration and Excise Processing System (CDEPS) replacing the existing ASYCUDA and ensuring complete electronic submission and processing of customs declarations and excise documents. The testing for acceptance of the system will be performed within the period June—October 2018. The first module to be tested is the Export module and it is scheduled for the period from 4 – 22 June 2018.

Yesterday, 16 May 2018, the Customs Administration signed a Memorandum of Cooperation with the company TDR SKOPJE DOOEL Skopje, member of British American Tobacco Group.

Today, May 16, 2018, the Customs Administration signed a Memorandum on Cooperation with the Regional Environmental Centre for Central and Eastern Europe - Office in Macedonia (REC COM).

Customs and Public Security Bureau Directors, Gjoko Tanasoski and Lazo Velkovski signed a new Protocol arranging the procedures for faster movement of livestock, fresh products, dangerous materials, goods under the new computerized transit system and empty trucks at the border crossing points Tabanovce and Bogorodica.