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Kyrgyz, Azerbaijani customs services to expand ties

Kyrgyz, Azerbaijani customs services to expand ties

The customs services of Kyrgyzstan and Azerbaijan vow to expand and strengthen cooperation. This became clear during a meeting between the head of Kyrgyzstan’s Customs Service Adamkul Junusov and Azerbaijan’s ambassador to Kyrgyzstan Hidayat Orujov.

The parties mentioned their active multilateral cooperation, which is carried out under the CIS Council of heads of customs services, World Customs Organization – via meetings of the heads of customs administrations of the WTO’s European department, the Customs Service Heads of the Economic Cooperation Organization and the Customs Cooperation Committee with financial support from the ABD (Customs Value Correction).

Bilateral cooperation with Azerbaijan’s Customs Service is based on an agreement between the customs services of Kyrgyzstan and Azerbaijan titled “On cooperation and mutual assistance in customs issues” signed on December 3, 2004 in Baku.