On April 11 and 12, the II All-Russian Scientific and Practical Conference «Economic Strategies of the EAEU: Problems and Innovations» was held at the Russian University of Peoples’ Friendship. The event was devoted to the economic development of the Eurasian Economic Union (EEU) Member states, the deepening of integration processes. Special attention was paid to the role of the customs authorities in the economic strategies of the EEU.
The conference was held in order to find ways to solve modern economic problems in the context of international integration of the Russian Federation, to strengthen the communication system between the scientific community of the Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia with other universities, Eurasian Economic Commission, customs authorities and other interested bodies and organizations.
The event was attended by students, undergraduates, graduate students, faculty, researchers.
Among the honored guests were Anisimov E.G., Honored Scientist, A.Ryazanov, Head of the Central Excise Customs, Mozer Sergei, Deputy Head of Division of Advanced Customs Technologies, Department of Customs Legislation of the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC) and etc.
The representative of the customs bloc of the EEC, Mozer Sergei, presented a report on the interaction between the Eurasian Economic Union and the World Customs Organization in terms of improving the instruments of customs regulation. Special attention was paid to the issue of the ongoing revision of the International Convention on the Simplification and Harmonization of Customs Procedures (Revised Kyoto convention), as well as the formation of the institution of digital customs in the World Customs Organization.
In addition, interesting reports were presented on current problems of customs regulation, increasing the economic efficiency of the country, and the use of advanced international technologies in foreign trade.
According to the results of the conference a collection of materials will be published.
Russian Customs Academy: SCIENCE
April 15, 2019