SCC and Caspian European Club hold another meeting of workgroup
The joint workgroup of the SCC and the Caspian European Club has held another meeting at the State Customs Committee of Azerbaijan.
This news was reported with reference to the State Customs Committee of Azerbaijan and the Caspian European Club.
Participating in the meeting were the Deputy Chairman of the State Customs Committee, Major General of the Customs Service Javad Gasimov, executives from the heads office, heads of relevant agencies, Chairman and CEO of the Caspian European Club/Caspian Energy Telman Aliyev and representatives of the member companies of the Club.
In the course of the meeting the Deputy Chairman of the State Customs Committee spoke about the reforms implemented in the customs field under the leadership of President Ilham Aliyev, and noted that reforms established favorable conditions for the business environment, set efficient cooperation between businessmen and customs bodies, as well as mentioned about regular meetings held with foreign trade participants.
Javad Gasimov noted that the State Customs Committee attaches big significance to the cooperation with the Caspian European Club, takes an active part in events organized by the Club, and emphasized that this tradition will be followed in other forums as well.
The General Director of the Caspian European Club Telman Aliyev thanked for a warm meeting and expressed satisfaction from cooperation of his organization with the State Customs Committee. He also invited authorized representatives of the State Customs Committee to the B2B Forum which would be held by the Caspian European Club on March 11 and focus on the subject “transport and logistics”.
At the end of the meeting, the guests answered questions concerning customs procedures and registration, and exchanged opinions on some issues.
It is noteworthy that the objective of the Customs Service of Azerbaijan is to protect Azerbaijan’s sovereignty, economic and national security, as well as improve social well-being of the people, promote international trade, ensure safety, collection and transfer of customs fees into the state budget, prevent fraud activities in the field of customs and fight against international terrorism.
The Caspian European Club has joint workgroups with all the government agencies whose activity is directly or indirectly associated with business entities. The activity of workgroups is regulated by the Caspian European Club and heads of sectoral and cross-sectoral committees headed by top-managers of companies.
Bringing together over 5,000 companies and organizations from 50 countries, the Caspian European Club was established in June 2002. The head office of the Caspian European Club is in Baku (Azerbaijan). The Caspian European Club has official representative offices in Georgia and Kazakhstan, and also authorized representatives in the USA, Germany, Poland, Czechia, Uzbekistan and Latvia.