MINSK, 6 December (BelTA) – Belarus and the European Union are set to draft an action plan in customs matters for 2020-2023. Such an arrangement was reached at the session of the project group to implement the action plan in customs matters for 2016-2019, BelTA learned from the State Customs Committee.
The participants of the session discussed amendments to the customs laws of Belarus and the European Union, measures to prevent and combat customs offenses, exchanged views on how to improve transit systems and took stock of the international technical assistance projects that have already been implemented or are still in the works.
That was the final session of the project group to implement the action plan in customs matters as part of the EU-Belarus Customs Dialogue for 2016-2019. “The participants noted that such meetings are an efficient tool to share best practices in customs administration and decided to keep it up by developing a new action plan for 2020-2023,” the State Customs Committee informed.More about Society