On Wednesday, June 24, 2020, the Slovenian Business Club and the Croatian Business Club played hosts to the representatives of the Customs Administration of the Republic of Serbia with the support of the Serbian Chamber of Commerce and on that occasion, held a seminar titled “Current issues in the application of the new Customs Law” at the In Hotel.
The presidents of the Slovenian Business Club, Danijela Fišakov and the Croatian Business Club, Marija Radulović gave welcome speeches.
In their address, the representatives of the Customs Administration briefly presented the Administration itself, their organization, goals, mission and vision. Then they explained the changes that were made to the new Customs Law and gave an interpretation of the same. These changes related to the transit procedure, simplified customs procedures and other relevant issues.
Aleksandar Radovanović, Head of the Centre for Regional Cooperation, also addressed the audience on behalf of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Serbia and commended the economic cooperation of the Republic of Serbia with the Republic of Slovenia and the Republic of Croatia.
The chambers’ members had many questions related to the new Customs Law, as well as the everyday problems they encounter in their work. They were given detailed answers and instructions for further action.