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The Far East will simplify the customs regime

Yury Trutnev, Deputy Chairman of the Government of the Russian Federation - Plenipotentiary Representative of the President of the Russian Federation in the Far Eastern Federal District, said that the customs regime would be simplified in the Far East: in the near future, the Far Eastern Customs may be left without Rosselkhoznadzor and Rospotrebnadzor specialists.

“We have a long customs procedure. In addition to customs, the borders are also checked by Rosselkhoznadzor and Rospotrebnadzor. I collect them, I say: “Can you transfer your functions to customs? So that we have not 10 people running there, but one body to check? ”. "We can." I ask the customs: "Can you accept these functions?" "We can." So we will do it. We will try to create, let's say, an example of successful administrative practices, ”said Y. Trutnev in an interview with one of the federal channels.

It is assumed that the release of borders from the direct control of the Rosselkhoznadzor and Rospotrebnadzor will not only help the Far East to become a special economic zone, but also be the “first bird” for the introduction of a simplified customs regime throughout Russia.

This decision, according to Y. Trutnev, was inspired by the example of the closest Far Eastern neighbors - China, Korea and Japan, where all administrative procedures, including the passage of customs, take an order of magnitude less time than in the Far East.

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