“Today we have an opportunity to begin a new stage of cooperation with colleagues from Moldova on the further implementation of joint control at checkpoints. This will speed up the passage of customs procedures by citizens and subjects of foreign economic activity. In addition, it will increase the capacity of checkpoints and increase transit potential of Ukraine and Moldova,” said Roman Nasirov during a meeting with Director General of the Customs Service of Moldova Vitalie Vrabie, the department’s press service wrote on its Facebook page.
Currently four checkpoints operateon the Ukrainian-Moldovan border.
The State Fiscal Service is ready for the reinforced cooperation with customs agencies of Moldova and will apply all the efforts from its side to create efficient system to information share, Roman Nasirov added.