Page ContentOn November 1-2 in Moscow, the Customs Infrastructure Department of the
Eurasian Economic Commission will hold the first session of the expert group
for the development of the institution regarding preliminary information on
goods and vehicles imported into the territory of the Eurasian Economic Union
session will be attended by representatives of the Eurasian Economic
Commission, experts of the customs administration and other interested agencies
as well as the business associations of the Member States of the EAEU.
decided that the discussion would be most effective if its divided into
segments of the transportation market”,
explained the head of the expert group, the Deputy Head of Customs Information
Technology Commission, Alexey Gavrichev. “Experts will work on improving existing norms
or look at the norms that are currently being proposed regarding for each mode
of transport separately.”
in the morning of November 1, the EEC will host a meeting where experts will
discuss improving current norms regarding the mandatory submission of
preliminary information on goods imported into the EAEU by road. This
regulation has been in force since 2012. The discussion in the afternoon of
November 1 will be devoted to preliminary information in air transportation. According
to the decision of the EEC Board, air carriers will be obliged to submit
preliminary information from April 1, 2017.
the morning of November 2, there is a discussion scheduled concerning the
regulation on the submission of preliminary information for goods imported into
the territory of the EAEU by rail. Mandatory preliminary information in the
rail transportation sector in the Union has been valid since 2014. In the
afternoon of November 2 there will be a discussion about mandatory preliminary
information in the maritime transportation sector.
EAEU Customs Code, which is currently in preparation for signing, opens up new
opportunities for business to use previously-submitted information on imported
goods. Decisions, which will determine the scope of these norms, are currently
in development. Therefore we invite interested businesses, working in the
sphere of goods transportation services to get involved in this work”,
Alexey Gavrichev said.