Customs Service News

Solemn meeting devoted to the Victory Day
2 May
Solemn meeting devoted to the Victory Day

The State Customs Service of Turkmenistan hosted a traditional meeting with veterans of the War 1941-1945 y.   To this event was organized an exhibition of watercolors and drawings from the stock collection of the Art Academy of Turkmenistan, dedicated to the Victory Day. After the solemn part the participants of the event listened with interest to the stories of veterans about the war. ​During the event music ensemble of the State Customs Service performed songs about peace and homeland.

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4th Regional Seminar in the framework of the WCO/UNODC Global Container Control Program
2 May
4th Regional Seminar in the framework of the WCO/UNODC Global Container Control Program

Customs officers of the State Customs Service of Turkmenistan took part in the 4th regional seminar held in the city of Almaty on 25-26 April 2017.    The program was attended by representatives of the customs services of Azerbaijan, Afghanistan, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, as well as international experts.    The purpose of the seminar is to increase the knowledge and skills of customs officers in profiling the risks associated with container transportation, as well as the use of modern methods of customs control, including the protected informatio...

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Meeting on customs regulations
2 May
Meeting on customs regulations

Awareness of the current customs regulations of citizens, drivers, entrepreneurs, as well as foreigners crossing the customs border of the country is of great importance in preventing customs offenses.    So, in order to promote the activities of customs bodies and customs regulations, regularly meetings are held in border customs posts. Such meetings took place in Balkan velayat customs and in customs posts "Altyn Asyr" and "Garabogaz" of the same customs.     The meeting was held with the participation of representatives of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Turkmenistan, as well as repre...

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Launch of a new website www.terminal.gov.tm
12 Apr
Launch of a new website www.terminal.gov.tm

The Directorate of Economic Management under the State Customs Service of Turkmenistan announces the launch of a new official site of the Central Customs Terminal. The new site is located at: www.terminal.gov.tm It is a completely new design with convenient interactive navigation. The site works in 3 languages - Turkmen, English and Russian. The launch of the new website is an important step in the implementation of the strategy for improving the quality of the services provided by the dry ports of Turkmenistan. These dry ports are the Central Customs Terminal, Ymamnazar, Sarakhs and Farap....

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Meeting on the results of three months of 2017
8 Apr
Meeting on the results of three months of 2017

On April 8, 2017, the Chairman of the Customs Service, Colonel M. Chakyev, held a meeting at which the results of the work of the Service for the 3 months of 2017 were summed up, and the future tasks to be accomplished were determined. According to the agenda, the heads of customs administrations and relevant customs posts reported on the work carried out. During the meeting its participants were acquainted with the "Program for the Development of Customs Authorities of Turkmenistan for 2017-2021" and with the "Action Plan for the Implementation of the Program for the Development of Customs Au...

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Training Seminar on the Revised Kyoto Convention
4 Apr
Training Seminar on the Revised Kyoto Convention

Within the framework of the program of the Central Asia Regional Economic Cooperation (CAREC) Program training seminar on the Convention on the Simplification and Harmonization of Customs Procedures (Revised Kyoto Convention) was held in Ashgabat from 27 to 31 March 2017. The seminar was attended by representatives of the State Customs Service, as well as other relevant ministries and departments of Turkmenistan.    The aim of the seminar was to discuss the requirements to be observed with regard to accession to the Revised Kyoto Convention, as well as the exchange of experience on the use of...

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