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III. Information flow Integration. SIMPLIFYING AND STANDARDIZING BORDER-RELATED DOCUMENTATION REQUIREMENTS WITH NEIGHBORING COUNTRIES Unification Border crossing procedures-related documentation: TIR’s certificate; SMGS rail way bill; Customs Inland Transit (CIT or WTT ).

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Iii information flow integration
III. Information flow Integration

  • SIMPLIFYING AND STANDARDIZING BORDER-RELATED DOCUMENTATION REQUIREMENTS WITH NEIGHBORING COUNTRIES

    Unification Border crossing procedures-related documentation:

    • TIR’s certificate;

    • SMGS rail way bill;

    • Customs Inland Transit (CIT or WTT).

      All this disagrees with TIR Convention of 1975 according to which only TIR Certificate is required for transit goods


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  • MUTUAL RECOGNITION OF NEIGHBORING COUNTRIES DOCUMENTS BY BILATERAL AND MULTILATERAL AGREEMENTS BETWEEN NEIGHBORING COUNTRIES

  • No basis for additional control of transit goods

  • Having appropriate certificates aren’t subject to additional inspection at frontier posts.

  • Publication what country’s certificates are recognized or on the contrary what country’s aren’t

  • network and database exchange systems


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3. ACCEPTANCE OF PRE-ARRIVAL DECLARATION/DATA FOR PROCESSING PURPOSES:

  • gives customs and border entities the possibility to organize better and systematize their activities;

  • Creates ground for implementation of selectivity and risk management system.

  • Introduction of pre-arrival declaration system will save much the time resources for forwarders as well as for customs.


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4. DATA EXCHANGE AMONG CUSTOMS AND OTHER GOVERNMENT AGENCIES:

  • introduction of ASYCUDA system;

  • implementation of TRACECA project “Harmonization of border – crossing procedures”;

  • creation of electronic documents with different levels of access and management for various governmental agencies;

  • Data exchange system gives opportunity for additional control outside of active control zone (in case of requirement).


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5. ADVANCE DATA EXCHANGE BETWEEN CONTROLLING GOVERNMENT ENTITIES AND TRANSPORT OPERATORS AND RANSPARENT PUBLICATION OF CONTROLLING AGENCY REQUIREMENTS

  • For all interested agencies or persons should be created: web site, special guide of border crossing procedures, special sign-boards placed directly at border crossing posts and etc.

  • Improvement of Customs Department web-site, which should be answered all questions regarding customs formalities, fees, legislation, procedures and other requirements, customs documentation signs, frontier posts’ regime and schemes, other statistic data.


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6. DIFFICULTIES IN THE SPHERE OF OIL-PRODUCTS TRANSIT TRANSPORTATION ACCORDING CURRENT LEGISLATION (typical case)

In case when transit product goes from Poti to Azerbaijan the necessary stages are following:

- The representative of shipment company goes to the Customs Department in Tbilisi and submits all required documentation. Here he is informed what guarantee sum is necessary for transit shipment;

- Then, he goes to the Bank or to the Insurance Company and takes guarantee letter;

- He submits financial guarantee to the Customs Department;

- After several days he receives at the Customs Department a transit permission;

- He submits shipment license from Tbilisi (original) and a special declaration for transit documents’ drawing up to Poti Regional Customs;

- Then, when good leave the territory of Georgia at the Red Bridge, he gets again a copy of special declaration;

- He goes again to Tbilisi and submits this copy to the Customs Department and asks officially to get back the original of guarantee letter;

- In several days he goes to the Customs Department and gets back letter of guarantee.


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