In order to digitize the work processes, the Customs Administration started e-Customs project activities, which includes the use the new Customs Declaration and Excise Documents Processing System (CDEPS).

During the past two weeks, the customs officers detected an attempt for drug trafficking and several attempts for smuggling various goods, seizing electrical tools, electrical bicycles, automobile spare parts, footwear, apparel, ski equipment, cigarettes, zippers, sewing threads and couterfeits.

Following the European Union trends for digitization of every aspect of customs operations, the Customs Administration today promoted e-learning courses translated and adapted in the Macedonian language.

On 6th February 2019, upon initiative of the Control and Investigation Sector of the Customs Administration of the Republic of Macedonia, a working visit was organized at the Customs Administration of the Republic of Kosovo.

Customs Director General visited today the Customs Office Skopje 4 1014 under the Pilot Project for introduction of e-Customs.