Monday, November 18 2019 12:32
Naira Badalian

Armenia, Iran, and Georgia will exchange preliminary information on  goods and vehicles moving across the customs border

Armenia, Iran, and Georgia will exchange preliminary information on  goods and vehicles moving across the customs border

ArmInfo. The State Revenue  Committee of Armenia, the Iranian Customs Service, and the Georgian  Customs Committee will exchange preliminary information on goods  transported across the customs border. This was stated by David  Ananyan, Chairman of the SRC of Armenia, on November 18 at the  sidelines of the international conference "Digital Solutions for  Cross- Border Cooperation and Trade Facilitation" within the  framework of the EU-funded program to facilitate migration and border  control.

As the chief tax specialist of Armenia explained, in the framework of  the agreement with Iran, for example, if cargo is being transported  from Iran to Armenia, then the Iranian customs officials will  immediately inform the Armenian colleagues about this. "As a result,  Armenian customs officers will find out about this even before  crossing the cargo of the Armenian-Iranian border," he said.  "Digitalization is becoming the key to success in all areas," the  head of the SRC emphasized.

It should be noted that the Armenian State Revenue Committee, in  cooperation with the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), the  International Center for Migration Policy Development and the  European Union, is hosting an international conference "Digital  Solutions for Cross-Border Cooperation and Trade Facilitation" in  Yerevan November 18-19. The conference serves as a platform for  discussing the current state of affairs in the area of stimulating  international trade and facilitating trade, sharing knowledge,  experience and innovative methodologies for digitizing trade products  and tools, as well as priority actions to facilitate cross-border  data exchange between customs checkpoints. Other options for  expanding cross-border cooperation, trade facilitation and risk  management will also be discussed at the conference.

The event is attended by Deputy Prime Minister of the Government of  Armenia Tigran Avinyan, Chairman of the State Revenue Committee David  Ananyan, head of the EU delegation in Armenia Andrea Victorin, UNDP  Resident Representative in the country Dmitry Maryasin, Secretary  General of the World Customs Organization Kunio Mikuriya,  ambassadors, representatives of customs authorities of various  countries experts.

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