Joint actions to prevent traffic congestion at checkpoints on the Belarusian-Latvian border were discussed today by the heads of customs services of Belarus and Latvia
The main issue is the implementation of joint actions to prevent traffic congestion at checkpoints on the Belarusian-Latvian border.
The need to conclude a Memorandum on the interaction of customs services of the two states for the period of official international cultural and sports events was also considered at the meeting. The signing of such a document is especially significant in anticipation of the holding of 2021 World Ice Hockey Championship.
The order of joint actions aimed at combating customs offenses, as well as the development of the infrastructure of neighboring checkpoints were discussed.
Prior to meeting, SCC Chairman Yury Senko visited Urbany checkpoint, which is currently in the active stage of reconstruction. The first launch complex has already been put in service. The second launch complex, which includes platforms for release and control of vehicles, is scheduled to be commissioned in November 2019.