Customs cooperation

Member of the Board – Minister in charge of Customs Cooperation Maksat Mamytkanov

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25 Nov 2022 Maksat Mamytkanov participated in conference dedicated to electronic commerce development Maksat Mamytkanov, Minister in charge of Customs Cooperation of the Eurasian Economic Commission, participated in the scientific and practical conference "Single Electronic Commerce Market: Marketplaces on the EAEU Agenda" dedicated to developing electronic commerce in the Eurasian Economic Union and combating counterfeiting.  The EEC Minister spoke about the Commission's primary initiatives to regulate cross-border electronic commerce within the Union. The conference participants got acquainted with the results of the EEC's activities to modernize the Union's law, in particular, to improve the EAEU Customs Code and to implement experiments in the Member States aimed at developing the institution of electronic commerce. "Trade development requires strengthening cooperation between the international customs community through the information exchange and mutual recognition of mechanisms to control and simplify customs procedures," Maksat Mamytkanov stated. In his opinion, the e-commerce institution is a "bridge" between consumers and manufacturers around the world, and now it is necessary to create a flexible legal framework that ensures the strengthening of the dialogue between customs and business as part of this promising project. For reference At the moment, in the course of experiments conducted in the EAEU states, new legal approaches are being developed with due account for the current law of the Union. In accordance with Order No. 7 of the Council of the Commission dated April 5, 2021, simultaneously with the formation of the Union's regulatory framework, pilot projects (experiments) are being conducted in the Member States from July 1, 2021 to December 31, 2022. Along with this, the Commission adopted a number of acts of the Union, which form the legal basis for the experiment implementation.
24 Nov 2022 EEC completes first package of amendments to EAEU Customs Code The meeting of the Working Group on Improving Customs Regulation in the Eurasian Economic Union chaired by Minister in charge of Customs Cooperation of the Eurasian Economic Commission Maksat Mamytkanov approved a package of amendments that will be included in the draft of the first comprehensive Protocol on Amendments to the Customs Code of the EAEU. These amendments are a priority for Member States in the customs area. They will help resolve a number of problematic issues related to the application of the Customs Code, simplify and speed up the passage of goods across the customs border of the Union, and establish the specifics of customs operations for certain categories of goods.  Such issues, in particular, include the procedure for moving containers across the customs border, the implementation of transit and cabotage trucking, application of customs procedures for a customs warehouse, free customs zone and free warehouse. Having discussed certain issues that have not yet been fully agreed upon, the members of the Working Group approved the submission of the first comprehensive Protocol on Amendments to the Customs Code of the EAEU for legal expert review and then for domestic approval. For reference The Working Group on Improving Customs Regulation in the Eurasian Economic Union was established by Disposition No. 125 of the EEC Board dated September 15, 2020 in order to discuss and make decisions on conceptual issues of improving customs regulation in the EAEU, requiring implementation in international treaties that regulate customs legal relations within the Union.
24 Nov 2022 Representatives of EAEU countries' competent authorities discussed general principles and approaches to establishing legal liability for violations of customs rules At the first meeting of the profile working group chaired by Minister in charge of Customs Cooperation of the Eurasian Economic Commission Maksat Mamytkanov, representatives of the authorized bodies of the EAEU countries, whose competence includes law enforcement in the field of customs regulation, discussed general legal approaches to holding persons accountable for violations of customs rules.   This task is enshrined in the Strategy 2025 and should be implemented by countries in the medium term. Legal relations in the field of customs regulation are maximally unified and regulated by the Customs Code of the EAEU and acts adopted in its development. The Customs Code of the EAEU establishes the obligations of persons performing customs operations, failure to comply with which should entail liability under the national legislation of the Union countries. "At the present development stage of integration processes, there is a need to build a system of protective norms of a single model, providing for general principles and approaches to establishing legal liability for similar offenses on the territory of any of the EAEU Member States," said Maksat Mamytkanov.   Among the topics discussed are the development of approaches to organizing interaction between the EEC and the competent authorities of the EAEU states, the organization of thematic expert consultations and the preparation of proposals for fixing the general principles and approaches to establishing such responsibility in the law of the EAEU.    For reference Clause 3.1.6 of the Strategic Directions for Developing the Eurasian Economic Integration until 2025, approved by Decision No. 12 of the Supreme Eurasian Economic Council dated December 11, 2020, provides for making amendments to the Treaty on the Specifics of Criminal and Administrative Liability for Violations of the Customs Legislation of the Customs Union and the Member States of the CU dated July 5, 2010 in terms of defining principles and approaches common to all to establishing liability for non-compliance with the requirements of the Union law in the field of customs regulation.  
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12/06/2022 12:00:00 am Решение Коллегии ЕЭК №194 О внесении изменений в Порядок заполнения декларации на товары
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12/06/2022 12:00:00 am Решение Коллегии ЕЭК №193 О продлении действия антидемпинговой меры в отношении ферросиликомарганца, происходящего из Украины и ввозимого на таможенную территорию Евразийского экономического союза, и признании утратившим силу Решения Коллегии Евразийской экономической комиссии от 24 августа 2021 г. № 108
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12/06/2022 12:00:00 am Решение Коллегии ЕЭК №192 О перечне видов средств (каналов) связи
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12/06/2022 12:00:00 am Решение Коллегии ЕЭК №191 О справочнике видов актов органов Евразийского экономического союза
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12/06/2022 12:00:00 am Решение Коллегии ЕЭК №190 О справочнике видов пошлин, уплачиваемых при совершении юридически значимых действий, связанных с регистрацией, правовой охраной и использованием товарных знаков, знаков обслуживания и (или) наименований мест происхождения товаров Евразийского экономического союза

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