Cooperation Agreement was signed by Chairmen of Republican Union of Participants of Customs Relations and Belarusian Republican Bar Association
An Agreement on cooperation was signed today between the Republican Union of the Participants of Customs Relations and the Belarusian Republican Bar Association.
The document was signed by the Chairs of organizations at a seminar on topical issues of administrative responsibility of participants of customs relations in 2019, which was held on the basis of the departmental Institute of customs authorities.
The activity was attended by representatives of the State Customs Committee, the Supreme Court of the Republic of Belarus, members of the Republican Union of Participants of Customs Relations, the Republican and Minsk regional Bar Associations.
During the opening of the seminar, the Deputy Chairman of the State Customs Committee Alexander Bogdevich and the Deputy Chairman of the Supreme Court of the Republic of Belarus Yury Kobets addressed the participants with a welcoming speech.
The participants discussed issues related to the main provisions of the administrative legislation in relation to the peculiarities of customs regulation, the procedure for consideration by the customs authorities of cases on bringing business entities to administrative responsibility. The agenda also includes consideration of common approaches to defining the insignificance of offenses and the qualification of violations for which customs authorities are authorized to conduct an administrative process.
Today, those present at the activity were able to receive answers to topical issues related to court practice, recommendations on the protection of the rights of business entities.
We recall that the Republican Union of Participants of Customs Relations was established with the aim of establishing and maintaining official relations of a consultative nature between customs authorities and persons engaged in foreign economic activity authorized by economic operators, their associations and organizations.
Currently, 28 business entities are already members of the Union.