Over the past two weeks, the customs officers foiled several attempts for smuggling various goods, seizing cigarettes, insecticides, herbicides, automobile spare parts, tools, mopeds, apparel, glasses, cosmetics, perfumes, eau de toilette, smartphones, foreign currencies and counterfeits .

Customs Director General Gjoko Tanasoski, together with Prime Minister Zoran Zaev, Deputy Prime Minister for Economic Affairs Kocho Angjushev and the Mayor of Gevgelija Sasho Pockov met with businessmen from this region.

On 16 April 2019, delegations of the Customs Administrations of the Republic of North Macedonia and the Republic of Greece had a bilateral meeting in Athens. The objective of the meeting was establishment of strategic partnership and strengthening of the cooperation between the two countries, established under the Prespa Agreement, as well as the Action Plan for intensification and deepening the cooperation between the Republic of Greece and the Republic of North Macedonia, stipulated by the Prespa Agreement, as well as the cooperation at the border crossings.

Today (11th April), the Customs Administration marks twenty-seventh years of its establishment as a state agency.

On the occasion of the 14th April – the Day of the Customs Administration, children from the SOS Children's Village visited the Customs Administration. Their host was Deputy Director General Mr. Irfan Buci. The children had the opportunity to get acquainted with the work of the customs officers. They visited the Customs Call Centre, the Customs Museum and watched a practical drill – drug detection exercise with a customs dog.