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THE 8TH WORKING GROUP MEETING OF JOINT CUSTOMS CONTROL OF THE CUSTOMS ADMINISTRATION OF MONGOLIA AND CHINA WAS HELD

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The 8th working group meeting of Joint Customs Control of the Customs Administration of Mongolia and China was held successfully in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia from 6 to 7 September, 2017.

The meeting was attended by the following delegates from Mongolian Customs,Mr.Bat-Erdene.Yo, Deputy Director General of Mongolian Customs General Administration-Head Delegate, Mr. Munkhuu.E Director of Customs control and inspection department, Ms. Tsolmon.U, Director of International Cooperation Division, Mr. Ganzorig.B, Director of Information technology center, Ms.Munkhtogos.B, Customs senior officer of Customs control and inspection department, Mr. Zorigoo.D, Director of Zamiin-Uud Customs and Ms. Davaasuren.Ts, Customs officer of Zamiin-Uud Customs) officials from China Customs headed by Mr. Miao YueXue, Deputy Director of Customs control and inspection division of General Administration of Customs People’s Republic of China and Ms. Loreli Cataylo De Dios, Consultant of Asian Development Bank .

The parties have reviewed what both sides has accomplished since the 7th Joint Customs Control Meeting and held discussion on ways to improve the progress of the electronic exchange of unified cargo manifest, on possibilities to expand JCC to more border crossing points and to start the 2nd phase of JCC “Mutual recognition of inspection result”.

Both sides discussed the progress of the electronic exchange of unified cargo manifest and expressed their satisfaction with the result, which lead to their decision to conduct pilot of electronic exchange of UCM at the Zamiin-Uud (MON)-Erlian (PRC) in 2017 and to start exchange data on 1 January, 2018.

Both sides agreed to expand the scope of Joint Customs Control and start paper-based exchange of the unified cargo manifest at the Khavirga, Bayarnkhoshuu, Sumber, Burgastai and Bulgan ports of Mongolia and Ar khashaat, Uvdug, Rashaant, Lao YeMiao and Takashiken ports of People’s Republic of China from 16October 2017.