The training campaign on the new Customs Code, organised jointly by the Customs Service and the EU High Level Advisers’ Mission continued in Chisinau, with three large-scale sessions carried out for the customs staff on 7-14 December. The events brought together about 500 Customs Service employees, who learned about the changes that will be introduced with the entry into force of the new Customs Code on 1 January 2024.
Trainings were carried out by the Customs Service specialists who participated in the process of development, adjustment and alignment of the new Customs Code and its implementing Regulation to the Union Customs Code and the EU legal framework. The main provisions and innovations of the new Customs Code in the areas of: customs control, customs decisions, customs procedures including special procedures, origin of goods, certification of goods, customs debt and guarantees, as well as their practical application, were presented and discussed in detail during three training sessions.
This is a continuation of the nationwide awareness-raising campaign, aimed at preparing the customs officials, as well as the business environment and the citizens for the entry into force of the new Customs Code, as of 1 January 2024. The two-month multi-session campaign for business and customs is organised and carried out by the Customs Service and the EU High Level Advisers’ Mission in the Northern, Central and Southern regions.