17:42 / 13.09.2021
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Uzbekistan to close 6 customs posts 

The presidential decree “On simplification of customs procedures and further improvement of the organizational structure of the state customs service” was adopted.

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Customs posts with a non-category status “Remote electronic declaration” will be gradually established in the following regions:

ꞏ From October 1, 2021 in the customs departments of Tashkent, Syrdarya, Kashkadarya and Khorezm regions;
ꞏ In other regional administrations from April 1, 2022. 

6 customs posts in the following regions will be closed:

ꞏ “Naymankul” railway border customs post in the Republic of Karakalpakstan;
ꞏ “Karshi Tola” customs post of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Kashkadarya region;
ꞏ “Karshi” railway border customs post in Kashkadarya region;
ꞏ “Amuzang” railway border customs post in Surkhandarya region;
ꞏ “Besharik” railway border customs post in Fergana region;
ꞏ “Ukchi” border customs post in Fergana region.

From October 1, 2021, the “Remote electronic declaration” posts will remotely process electronic customs cargo declarations of participants in foreign economic activity (FEA).

From December 1, 2021 at the “Remote electronic declaration” checkpoints across the state border:

ꞏ the documents of veterinary and phytosanitary bodies will be checked through the Single Window customs information system;
ꞏ the practice of stamping and registration of goods and transport documents of veterinary and phytosanitary bodies will be abolished.

From January 1, 2022:

ꞏ overpaid or levied customs duties will be refunded to the FEA participant within 3 working days;
ꞏ the minimum period of deferred or installment payment of customs duties will be set at 14 days, during which no interest is charged;
ꞏ the Central Customs Laboratory will be established in the system of the State Customs Committee.

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