"Minsk-2" plans to carry out the customs control and registration of all transactions in the "Great Stone"

Friday, 22 January 2016 14:57  |  Written by  BelTA

Action "Day of the journalist" was held for the first time on January 21 at Customs "Minsk-2"

Customs "Minsk-2" plans to carry out the customs control and registration of all operations in the industrial park "Great Stone" told reporters January 21 the chief of the customs Andrew Mikhalkevich, BelTA has learned.

"Due to the fact that" Minsk-2 "is in the immediate vicinity of the" Great Stone ", we plan to carry out the customs control and registration of all operations in the industrial park. For us this is an interesting, high-tech part of the work on the new route, which will require additional training . We will have to organize the customs control on the one hand, to ensure the economic security of the country, on the other - to provide producers, participants maximum opportunities for park development without hindering their administrative procedures ", - he stressed.

Speaking about plans for the Customs 2016, Andrew Mikhalkevich also said that the most important event will be the opening of a new terminal handling international mail "Belposhta." "We handle about 20% of all international mail (MPO) in the squares of the current terminal (launched June 1, 2015. - Comm. Learned.) And after the launch of the new terminal expect that at least 50% of the MPO will be processed at the airport. This will speed up the path from the sender to the recipient, "- he stressed. It is planned that the new terminal will be opened in the second half of 2016.

We should also see significant changes in the structure of cargo complex of Minsk National Airport. "A serious amounts of cargo moved today by air. The airport turns into a hub - a transit point and transfer. Certain steps are being made in the creation of new infrastructure (organizational, architectural), the airport is considering including the requirements of Customs provides technical re-equipment on the load direction. Also work held on the introduction of electronic document management in handling air cargo, "- said Andrew Mikhalkevich.

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