A seminar devoted to issues on customs grade and harmonization has been held in the Educational Centre of the State Customs Committee of Azerbaijan in Baku, Trend reports referring to a source in the State Committee.
The seminar held under the assistance of the World Customs Organization (WCO), started its work and completed on December 1. Saffar Mehtiyev, First Vice-Chairman of the Committee, Critiklz Mvanza, Director of the Directorate for Tariffs and Trade Issues, Liu Ping, head Technical Employee of the same WCO Directorate, Bakt Bandar, a representative of the Secretary of the Economic Cooperation Organization, as well as representatives of the Custom Bodies of Azerbaijan, Turkey, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzia, Tajikistan, Pakistan, and Iran participated in the event.
The main aim of the seminar held was to discuss the issue on the customs grade, as well as improving the legislative base in this direction.
ECO (Economic Cooperation Organization (ECO) is a regional non-governmental organization. It was established in 1985 by Iran, Pakistan, and Turkey with the aim to develop cooperation on economic, technical, and cultural direction between member-states of the Organization . Azerbaijan joined Eco in 1992.