Islamabad: According to a recent news report, Pakistan and Tajikistan have signed a customs cooperation agreement to enhance mutual assistance. Ambassador of Pakistan to Tajikistan Imran Haider and Tajikistan Customs Service Chairman Karimzoda signed the said agreement in Dushanbe on behalf of their respective governments.
The provisions of this agreement were finalized after the exchange of information/comments between Pakistan Customs and Tajikistan Customs and subsequent approvals by both governments.
To ensure prompt implementation of the said provisions, Pakistan Customs authorized (through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs) the country’s ambassador to Tajikistan to sign this agreement on behalf of the Federal Board of Revenue, the statement read.
The said arrangement would advance collaboration between the Customs specialists of the two nations through the trading of customs-related data. Significant data that would be traded between the two nations relate to products and travellers; avoidance and examination of offences against Customs enactment; unlawful traffic of opiate drugs; requirement of customs laws; research and improvement; upgraded/common unfamiliar direct ventures; and advancement of fares between the two nations.
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