The European Commission opened a consultation to all interested parties on exchange of customs related information with third countries. This view seeking will continue until October 16, 2017.
By gathering propositions from stakeholders, the consultation aims to improve EU actions concerned and introduce an effective tool to set up a systematic exchange mechanism. The commission expects that this mechanism should be specialized in customs related information with third countries, so it is important to explore how this tool could be designed and what its scope should be.
According to the Commission it should be consulted with citizens, companies, non-governmental organizations (including both organizations not registered in the Transparency Register and organizations registered in the Transparency Register), academics, public authorities (European, national, regional), international organizations, etc. If the organization is unregistered, the submission is published separately from the registered organizations.
For the purpose of a fair and transparent consultation process, contributions should be submitted through the official online questionnaire. The Commission intends to publish contributions received for this consultation. To check the treatment of personal data and contribution concerned, please read the Specific Privacy Statement attached to this consultation.
Source: EU Commission
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