The information campaign regarding the provisions of the new Customs Code continued today in Balti, bringing together over 60 representatives of the business environment from the North of the country. The events are organized by the Customs Service and the EU High Level Advisers’ Mission.
During the session, information was delivered by specialists of the Customs Service in the fields of customs control, customs regimes, customs value, origin of goods, IT, customs revenues, but also by the EU High Level Adviser on Customs & Tax Policy. Afterwards, representatives of the business environment asked questions and proposals, which led to a dialogue between customs officials and business.
Present at the event, Ramona Băleanu, representative of a company with representation in Romania, mentioned: “The company I represent operates on the world market, including in Romania, which has gone through the same stages of implementation of European legislation, and the greatest benefit is that with the new customs provisions adapted to EU standards, economic agents will have the predictability and certainty that all procedures will be applied uniformly, as in all EU member countries”.
The changes that will be introduced oncef the new Customs Code enters into force, are a subject of interest for economic operators, residents of free economic zones, customs brokers and specialists in the field of customs, and the information sessions are organized for a better understanding of application of the new provisions, but also for an exchange of information and opinions to improve the services offered to the business environment.
The first meeting of the campaign was held on October 24, 2023, in Briceni, with the participation of 40 representatives of the business environment from the Northern region of the country. The information sessions will continue in Cahul (November 2), Comrat (November 7), Ungheni (November 9), Căușeni (November 14) and Chisinau (November 16).