CUSTOMS SERVICES OF ARMENIA AND AUSTRIA SIGNED AN AGREEMENT ON COOPERATION

/ARKA/
June 29, 2011
YEREVAN

YEREVAN, June 29. /ARKA/. Customs services of Armenia and Austria
signed an international agreement on cooperation and mutual aid,
informs press-service of State Revenue Committee of Armenia.

The document was signed by the Head of State Revenue Committee
of Armenia Gagik Khachatryan and Ambassador of Austria in Armenia
Michael Postl.

Khachatryan said that it is a regular agreement on strengthening
international relations and is an important document for customs
service of Armenia being in reformation process.

"Such agreements give opportunity to exchange information, eliminate
deficiencies and reach to a ceratin level envisaged by reform programs.

It will also facilitate the regime of free trade in the border",
said Khachatryan.

Postl said that Austria also considers cooperation with customs
service of Armenia very important.

"Signing of the document will allow to establish direct links between
customs services of both countries which will make the work more
effective and detect the violations of rules in export and import",
said Postl.


From: Baghdasarian