Eldar Alisherov held meeting with business representatives in Kyrgyzstan and informed on main innovations in EAEU Customs Code

During his visit to the Kyrgyz Republic, Eldar Alisherov, EEC Minister in charge of Customs Cooperation, held a number of working meetings at the Ministry of Economy and Commerce of the Kyrgyz Republic.

During the meeting with representatives of the business community of Kyrgyzstan, a discussion was held on relevant matters in the field of customs regulation: the regulatory framework and practical aspects of using navigation seals for monitoring traffic in the EAEU.

During the event, Eldar Alisherov outlined the main innovations introduced into the EAEU Customs Code within foreign e-commerce, and special attention was paid to introducing a new concept of e-commerce operator, which is a link between the buyer and customs and ensures customs operations with goods purchased on electronic trading platforms.

The EEC Minister emphasized the importance of joint work and confirmed the readiness to continue constructive dialogue at the Commission's Customs Unit.

"The EEC always sees its priority as ensuring the interests of the business community and adopts prompt decisions on the applications received by the Commission. Along with that, it is extremely important to ensure efficient control by the public authorities and compliance with the current legislation in the customs sphere," Eldar Alisherov noted.
The issue of demonstrating pilot projects on the implementation of national single window mechanisms in Kyrgyzstan in accordance with the Strategic Directions for Developing the Eurasian Economic Integration until 2025 was considered as well. The meeting attendees discussed the principles of such demonstration. In turn, the officials of the "Single Window Center in the Field of Foreign Trade under the Ministry of Economy and Commerce of the Kyrgyz Republic" presented a report and information systems and services implemented by Kyrgyzstan as part of developing the national "single window" mechanism.