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Principles of interaction between National Customs Agency and National Veterinary Service. Anelia Angelova Head of Tariff Policy Directorate. Relevant legislation. Community Customs Code (CCC) Council Regulation (EEC) No 2913/92 of 12 October 1992 establishing the Community Customs Code

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Principles of interaction between national customs agency and national veterinary service

Principles of interaction between National Customs Agency and National Veterinary Service

Anelia Angelova

Head of Tariff Policy Directorate


Relevant legislation

Relevant legislation

  • Community Customs Code (CCC)

    Council Regulation (EEC) No 2913/92 of 12 October 1992 establishing the Community Customs Code

  • Implementing Provisions of the Community Customs Code (IPCC)

    Commission Regulation (EEC) No 2454/93 of 2 July 1993 laying down provisions for the implementation of Council Regulation (EEC) No 2913/92 establishing the Community Customs Code


Customs law of the eu

Customs law of the EU

  • Common Customs Tariff

    Council Regulation (EEC) No 2658/87 of 23 July 1987 on the tariff and statistical nomenclature and on the Common Customs Tariff

  • National Legislation


Most relevant rules and their link with veterinary legislation

Most relevant rules and their link with veterinary legislation

  • Goods may at any time be assigned any customs-approved treatment or use ……………This does not preclude the imposition of prohibitions or restrictions* justified on groundsofpublic morality, public policy or public security, the protection of health and life of humans, animals or plants,…. (article 58 CCC)

  • * Customs authorities on whom the border inspection post isgeographically dependent allow the intended customs-approved treatment or useof the consignments only in accordancewith the conditions set out in the CVED. (article 3.3 of Council Directive 97/78)


Customs controls

Customs controls

  • Specific acts performed by the customs authorities to ensure the correct application

    –of customs rules and

    –other legislation (e.g. veterinary provisions) governing the entry, exit , transit……of goods moved between the Community and third counties…..


Customs controls1

Customs controls

  • Customs controls may include

    –examining goods

    –verifying declaration data and the existence and authenticity ofelectronic or written documents

    –examining the accounts of undertakings and other records


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Customs controls

  • Customs controls may include

    –inspecting means of transport

    –inspecting luggage and other goods carried by or on persons

    –carrying out official inquiries and other similar acts


Cooperation

Cooperation

Since 2005 a written Instruction of cooperation between NCA and NVS has been endorsed;

Recognizing the upcoming full membership in EU, a new, updated Instruction has been concluded in the end of 2006


Cooperation1

Cooperation

  • Customs authorities do not authorize the intended customs approved – treatment or use for the goods unless, a proof has been supplied that the necessary requirements according to veterinary law have been fulfilled.


Bicis

BICIS

BICIS – Bulgarian Integrated Customs Information System

The web-based IT system is developed and implemented in the end of 90s

Due to its various appliances it facilitates and increases the effectiveness of customs officials work


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BICIS

- Risk analyse appliance helps for the identification of goods of veterinary concern

- It alerts for the actions to be taken in order to ensure that necessary checks have been carried out by the relevant authorities

- Additional guarantee that if a good of veterinary concern has entered the EU without being subject to a border veterinary control, it could be checked later but before its release by customs authorities


Points of entry

Points of entry

  • Both services ensure that commercial cargo consignments are introduced into EU territory only via border crossing points where Border Inspection Posts (BIPs) are in place.

  • 8 officially approved BIPs on Bulgarian borders – Commission Decision 2008/387/EC


Personal luggage and pets

Personal luggage and pets

Inspecting of personal luggage and pet animals is carried out in all border crossing points, therefore a good cooperation between authorities, especially on places without BIPs, is very important in order to ensure compliance with requirements of the EU


Customs in the future

Customs in the future

Some amendments in Community Customs Code introduced a number of measures to tighten security for goods entering or leaving the Community – Regulation 1875/2006

! Will be fully applicable from 1st of July 2009


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Customs in the future

Requirement for pre-arrival information to be provided to the customs authorities on all goods entering the customs territory of the Community

An electronically lodged entry summary declaration is obligatory(exemptions are possible)


Thank you for your kind attention

Thank you for your kind attention!

Sofia, 26.06.2008


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