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VISUALLY VERSION
The 34th Board meeting of the Council of the Heads of Customs Services attached to the Integration Committee of the Euro Asian Economic Community (EurAsEC)

On May 14, 2008 in Moscow, Andrei Belyaninov, the Chairman of the Board of the Heads of Customs Services, attached to the Integration Committee of the Euro Asian Economic Community (EurAsEC), conducted the 34th board meeting of the Council of the Heads of Customs Services, attached to the Integration Committee of the Euro Asian Economic Community (EurAsEC). The following heads of customs services of the EurAsEC countries participated in the meeting: Aleksander Shpilevsky, Chairman of the State Customs Committee of the Republic of Belarus, Kozy-Korpesh Karbuzov, the Customs Committee of the Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Kubanychbek Kulmatov, the First Deputy of the Customs Committee of the Kyrgyz Republic, Gurez Zaripov, Head of the Customs Service, attached to the Government of the Republic of Tajikistan, as well as Tair Mansurov, Secretary General of the EurAsEC and Evgeny Mikhailov, Permanent Representative of the Russian Federation to the Euro Asian Economic Community (EurAsEC).


The participants of the meeting placed special emphasis on the two problems – approximation of customs law regulations and development of information and engineering systems, enabling customs administrations to maintain data exchange.
The draft concept was approved in respect of the interstate task-level program “Creation of the unified automated information system”, allowing for customs transit supervision in the EurAsEC member-states, which ultimate goal shall be identified as reaching a management breakthrough with regard to conveyance of transit commodities across the territory of the EurAsEC member-states. Standard requirements were approved in respect of information and engineering technique of the Community’s customs service checkpoints. The parties were advised to use the above requirements with due consideration of national laws and engineering capabilities.

In addition, the problem was approached regarding implementation of new forms and rules for filling in of Cargo Customs Declaration and transit entry subject to the requirements of the Single Administrative Document (SAD) in application with the EurAsEC member-states. The Council considered it expedient to transfer to SAD in all countries of the Community, which will contribute towards enhancement of international trade, carrying out of border, customs and other procedures of state supervision.

Furthermore, at the 34th Board meeting of the Council of the Heads of Customs Services, attached to the Integration Committee of the Euro Asian Economic Community (EurAsEC), heads of the Parties’ customs services discussed the course of mitigation of changes, which are being introduced into the Agreement on Common Commodity Classification of the EurAsEC foreign economic activity, and which make provision for well-phased introduction of amendments into the Common Commodity Classification of the foreign economic activity of the Euro Asian Economic Community (EurAsEC).

The participants gave special attention to discussion of implementation of priority directions of the development of the Euro Asian Economic Community (EurAsEC) and the Customs Union, including the necessity of simultaneous development of the Customs Code of the Customs Union and the Outline of Customs Law of the EurAsEC.

At the same time, the main development directions and prospects were determined with regard to integration processes, taking place within the framework of the EurAsEC, amendments were introduced into the Activity Plan of the Council of Heads of Customs Services attached to the Integration Committee of the EurAsEC for the year of 2008, the target dates and the draft agenda were identified for the 35th Board meeting of the Council of the Heads of Customs Services attached to the Integration Committee of the Euro Asian Economic Community (EurAsEC).