Georgia and Kazakhstan sign customs protocol
Monday, July 7
Head of the Revenue Service of Georgia, Irakli Gvaramadze and head of Kazakh Customs Administration Gosman Armin signed the "Protocol between Georgia and Republic of Kazakhstan on mutual recognition of certain results of customs control of goods and means of transport, also customs control conducting during customs operations" at the diplomatic representation of Kazakhstan in Brussels.
As the Georgian Finance Ministry reported, the protocol was signed with the aim to mutually recognize certain results of customs control of goods and means of transport (weighing results, scanning, etc.), authentic customs document, which is compiled as a result of such control, as well as customs stamp, seal, printed stamp and other official signs that are used by customs authorities of parties on means of transport, baggage, cargo and postal parcel.
At the same time, the parties confirm that they strive to unify and simplify customs documents.