Last week, the customs officers detected several attempts for smuggling of various goods, seizing clothing, foreign cash, safe deposit boxes and counterfeits.

Today (6th March 2019) a meeting between the Director of the Customs Administration Gjoko Tanasoski and Viorel STĂNILĂ, Ambassador of Romania took place in the premises of the Customs Administration.

Today, 6th March 2019, a ceremony of signing a Memorandum of Cooperation for the use of the System for collection and processing statistical data for prevention and repression of corruption and money laundering took place at the Government of the Republic of North Macedonia. With the signing of the Memorandum, the institutions will start using the web application which will facilitate the collection and processing of statistical data on cases of corruption and money laundering and other data of importance for creation of anti-corruption policies. The Customs Administration actively participated and significantly contributed in the Working Group that prepared the Methodology for the relevant statistical system for monitoring of the anti-corruption policy, as well as the relevant Memorandum, which strengthens the inter-institutional cooperation in taking action for prevention and fight against corruption and money laundering.

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During the past two weeks, the customs officers detected an attempt for drug trafficking and several attempts for smuggling various goods, seizing foreign cash, a car, automobile parts, apparel and cigarettes.

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).