The Customs Administration of the Republic of Macedonia celebrates 25 years as an independent state authority. On this occasion, today (12/04/2017) a traditional ceremony took place at the amphitheater of the Customs Administration which was attended by high state officials, the ministries, the diplomatic corps, representatives of science and the business community, the board of directors of the Customs Administration, other partners and friends of Customs. Since its beginnings and independence of April 14, 1992, Customs has grown into a modern customs administration over the years.

Within 10th – 11th October 2016 in Krakow – Poland, delegation of the Customs Administration, headed by the Director General, Ms. Natasha Radeska Krstevka, together with high representatives of Customs Administrations of EU Member States, representatives of the European Commission, the World Customs Organization, as well as representatives from the business community attended the Seminar "eCommerce, Opportunity or Challenge for EU Customs".

Today, 6th October 2016, representatives of the Customs Administration of the Republic of Macedonia participated at the Regional Conference on "Simplification and Harmonization of customs procedures in the region.", hosted by the Economic Chamber of Macedonia. The Conference is part of the partnership project with the Chambers of CEFTA - countries and the Association of German Chambers of Commerce and Industry (Deutscher Industrie- und Handelskammertag, DIHK).

On October 6, 2016, delegations of the Customs Administrations of Macedonia and Serbia had a bilateral meeting in Skopje. The meeting of the delegations, headed by the Directors General of the two agencies was held in order to strengthen the cooperation between the two countries, established under the Agreement on bilateral cooperation between Macedonia and Serbia on cooperation and mutual assistance in customs matters.

Finance Minister Kiril Minoski paid an official working visit to the Customs Administration. Customs Director General informed the Minister about the completed and ongoing projects from the Government Programme, underlining the activities taken by the Customs Administration to implement the Agreement on trade facilitation, and series of measures aimed at simplifying and facilitation of customs procedures and maintaining and improving the existing position in the latest World Bank Doing Business Report concerning the indicator: