Customs Service News

Ashgabat hosted a national workshop on compatibility of customs legislation applied in Turkmenistan with the provisions of the revised Kyoto Convention.
4 Mar
Ashgabat hosted a national workshop on compatibility of customs legislation applied in Turkmenistan with the provisions of the revised Kyoto Convention.

    On March 1 to 3, 2017 Ashgabat hosted a workshop on compatibility of customs legislation applied in Turkmenistan with the provisions of the revised Kyoto Convention, gathering national experts from the State Customs Service of Turkmenistan dealing with customs control arrangement, customs clearance and tariff regulation, legal issues and risks management. The workshop conducted within the framework of Border Management in Central Asia Programme (BOMCA), funded by the European Union. 

    During this three days activity invited EU experts together with the national customs officers discussed international standards and principles for advanced and effective customs control set out in revised Kyoto Convention, in particular related to customs control arrangement at the checkpoints, declaration of goods, payment of customs duties and taxes. As the result of the workshop a comparative analysis including recommendations prepared, which reflected compatibility of customs legislation applied in Turkmenistan with the provisions of the Revised Kyoto Convention.