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From October 31 to November 2, the Belarusian delegation participated in a series of international meetings at the International Customs Forum in Moscow. Chairman of the State Customs Committee of Belarus, Vladimir Orlovsky, and Acting Head of the Federal Customs Service of Russia, Ruslan Davydov, have signed two Resolutions of the Collegium of the Customs Union Commission.
The International Customs Forum is an event that brings together customs officials, experts, and stakeholders from around the world to discuss and exchange ideas on various topics related to customs and international trade. The forum serves as a platform for dialogue, collaboration, and the sharing of best practices in customs administration. During the International Customs Forum, participants engage in a wide range of activities, including panel discussions, roundtable sessions, workshops, exhibitions, and networking events. These activities cover diverse themes such as customs regulations, trade facilitation, risk management, technology advancements, cross-border cooperation, and capacity building.
The Belarusian delegation participated in the events of the business program of the 4th International Customs Forum, including representatives of the State Customs Committee as speakers at the round table and panel discussion. They shared their experience in using the JT709A smart electronic lock developed by Jointech for monitoring cross-border cargo transportation. The delegation also showcased the achievements in customs facilitation and improving the efficiency of cross-border cargo transportation. These presentations and demonstrations received great attention from customs officials from various countries attending the forum.
Perhaps you have noticed that the smart GPS lock JT709A is the product delivered by Jointech in October for use in the Customs Supervision Project.
The forum provides an opportunity for customs administrations to showcase their achievements, initiatives, and innovative approaches in addressing the challenges and opportunities in the evolving global trade landscape. It also promotes international cooperation and collaboration among customs administrations to enhance trade facilitation, border security, and the efficient movement of goods across borders.