Best national practices introduced in the sphere of
automated systems, including a solution for risk assessment and management,
have been evaluated positively by foreign colleagues and international experts.
This was the topic of discussion during a meeting of Chairman of the State
Fiscal Service of Ukraine Roman Nasirov and Director
General for Taxation and Customs Union of the European Commission Stephen Quest. The meeting was held in
the framework of the 127th/128th Annual Sessions of the World Customs Organization’s
Council taking place in Brussels from 14 to 16 July 2016 in Brussels.
"We are studying international experience to improve
and develop our systems. So, introduction of WCO Cargo Targeting System sees
final stages in Ukraine that will automate the risk analysis for container
transportation based on preliminary information about the anticipated arrival
of goods. Also a promising direction to further improve ARAMS is to establish
target-centers (that is, analytical centers for targeting control for the most risky
operations) following examples of the EU countries, the U.S.A., Canada and
other", said Chairman of the SFS Roman Nasirov.
During the sessions of the WCO Cooperation Council the
participants considered Digital Customs issues which include e - customs
services, in particular, the creation of an automated clearance system, Single
Window, the introduction of electronic information exchange, websites to
transmit information in open access and use of gadgets.
Moreover, the implementation of the Association Agreement
between Ukraine and the EU and the launch of the free trade area provide for
the exchange of preliminary information and Ukraine's accession to the New
Computerized Transit System (NCTS).
The WCO signed a Memorandum of Understanding with
Ukraine concerning the establishment of a Regional Dog Training Centre in Khmelnytskyi, Ukraine.