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MONGOLIAN CUSTOMS SEIZED 205 KG OF SILER ROOTS DURING THE CUSTOMS CONTROL

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On 27 August 2020, 10 bales of Siler Roots (дэрвэгэр жиргэрүү, Saposhnikovia divaricate, Fang Feng in Chinese and bangpung in Korean) which weighed 205 kg in total were seized by Mongolian Customs at Gashuunsukhait Customs office Coal export terminal. The roots were concealed in coal loads on a vehicle. An attempted smuggling was committed by a Mongolian national L. who himself drove the vehicle.

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MR. B.ASRALT, DIRECTOR GENERAL OF THE GENERAL CUSTOMS ADMINISTRATION HELD AN OFFICIAL MEETING WITH MR. TSAI WENRUI, AMBASSADOR OF THE PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA TO MONGOLIA.

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Today, Mr. B.Asralt, Director General of the General Customs Administration held an official meeting with Mr. Tsai Wenrui, Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador of the People's Republic of China to Mongolia. During the meeting, the two parties had exchanged their ideas on port upgrades, construction work, 600 million yuans grant from the Chinese government for efficient projects, training of customs officers, training of detector dogs, joint fights against smuggling of narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances and opportunities to increase exportation of mineral and agricultural products in order to increase foreign trade turnover.

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LETTERS OF EXCHANGE OF THE PROJECT HAS BEEN SIGNED FOR NON-REFUNDABLE AID OF CNY 600 MILLION TO MONGOLIA FOR THE PROCUREMENT OF BORDER INSPECTION EQUIPMENT

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Letters of exchange of the project has been signed by Minister of Finance Ch.Khurelbaatar and Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the People’s Republic of China to Mongolia Chai Wenrui, on behalf of their respective countries(2020.07.31). Present at the signing ceremony were State Secretary of the Ministry of Finance S.Narantsogt, Director of the Mongolian Customs General Administration B.Asralt, Minister Counsellor of the Embassy of the People's Republic of China Yang Qingdong, Commercial and Economic Counsellor Sun Xuejun and other corresponding officials.As part of Customs reform, CNY 600 million non-refundable aid will be used for customs inspection equipment to be installed at Major Ports

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KAZAKHSTAN CUSTOMS WINS THE 2020 WCO PHOTO COMPETITION

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Every year the World Customs Organization is organizing photo competition. The theme of the WCO Photo Competition 2020 is “Customs fostering Sustainability for People, Prosperity and the Planet”. Which is based on the WCO 2020 slogan.

A photo submitted by Kazakhstan Customs, as part of the annual WCO Photo Competition, has been voted as the winner of the competition 2020 edition.

The photo shows a Customs officer in uniform alongside his faithful friend, ready to start the day despite the risks posed by the spread of COVID-19.

It is crucial for Customs to continue to ensure the safety of goods and to facilitate global trade while, at the same time, guaranteeing the protection of society, especially during this health crisis.

The judging criteria for submission of photos will include the artistry; the originality; the situation portrayed; the atmosphere; and the colours.

Resource:http://www.wcoomd.org/en/media/newsroom/2020/july/kazakhstan-customs-wins-the-2020-wco-photo-competition.aspx

AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE MONGOLIAN CUSTOMS AND THE WCO REGARDING THE UTILIZATION OF THE WCO NATIONAL CUSTOMS ENFORCEMENT NETWORK (NCEN) APPLICATION

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Agreement between the Mongolian Customs and the WCO regarding the Utilization of the WCO National Customs Enforcement Network (nCEN) Application was signed by Mr. Ts.Gendentseveen on behalf of the Mongolian Customs and in his capacity of Deputy Director General of the Customs General Administration on 12 June 2020 in Ulaanbaatar. Due to Covid-19 pandemic, the WCO Secretariat had, on behalf of the WCO, signed it on 28 May in Brussels. Under the Agreement, The WCO grants the Mongolian Customs a non-exclusive, non-transferable, royalty free license to use the nCEN application.The nCEN software is free of charge for Mongolian Customs.

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