Govt approves list of documents for customs pre-examination under 'one face to customer' approach
The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine to implement the law on the "one face to customer" approach has set a list of documents and transcripts that are to be check during the preliminary document examination at customs offices, the Finance Ministry has reported.
The ministry said in a press release that the government resolution also sets a list of goods that are imported to the customs territory of Ukraine, including for transit, and that are to be officially examined.
In addition, the government announced no longer valid 27 other government resolutions to bring the legislative base in line with the provisions of the new law.
As reported, Ukraine's Verkhovna Rada early September passed bill No. 7010 about "one face to the customer" approach in the customs. The president signed it on October 1.
This document ensures the optimization and simplification of the procedures for state control in the sphere of foreign economic operations; reduces the number of supervision authorities at crossing border points of Ukraine and in places of customs clearance of goods and vehicles inside the country; improves the export potential of Ukraine; reduces the costs of foreign economic entities exporting goods from Ukraine; cuts the number of permits issued for customs clearance of goods and their passage through the customs border of Ukraine.