A new computerised transit system in the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia

A new computerised transit system in the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia
Description

The purpose of this project was to strengthen the operational capacity of the Customs Administration in accordance with EU standards on customs transit control. Also, it aimed to ensure full compatibility and interoperability of the Customs Administration's ICT system with the new computerised transit system and to achieve full interconnectivity with the EU systems.

Results

The project goals were achieved by developing a national transit application with the functional specifications fully aligned with those of the new computerised transit system. The new computerised transit system was implemented and the country acceded to the European Convention on a common transit procedure.

Programme name
Instrument for Pre-accession assistance (IPA)
EC’s priorities
EU as a Global Actor
EU contribution
€2 800 000
Project location
the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia
Time frame
2011 to 2013

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