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Kamchatka Customs discussed with participants in foreign economic activities the development of new technologies

The Kamchatka Customs held the third meeting of the Consultative Council this year, which was attended by the largest representatives of participants of foreign economic activity of the Kamchatka Territory, the Chamber of Commerce and the Government of the Kamchatka Territory from the Ministry of Economic Development, Entrepreneurship and Trade of the Kamchatka Territory, the customs press service reported.

The meeting participants were greatly interested in the development of customs information technologies used in customs operations. So, it was brought to the attention of those present that the Kamchatka Customs, as part of the implementation of the roadmap action plans, carried out a number of measures that allowed the customs authorities to organize the customs control processes in full, but in a shorter time frame. Kamchatka Customs is actively involved in the implementation of promising customs technologies that can significantly reduce the presence of goods under customs control from the moment they arrive at the customs territory of the Customs Union until release for free circulation.

During the meeting of the Advisory Council, the attention of participants was drawn to the fact that in 2014, the introduction of the technology of automatic registration of declarations for goods submitted in electronic form began, which reduces the time for registration of goods declarations to 1 - 2 minutes, due to the automatic verification of compliance with registration of goods declarations using special software of the customs authorities on the basis of a special verification algorithm. At the moment, this technology is used only by some customs authorities of Russia in the framework of a pilot project to introduce automatic registration of goods declarations. Since July 4, the customs post of the Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky seaport has been included in the pilot project and some of the goods declarations are registered automatically. Before 2018, the introduction of automatic release technology is planned.

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