«Поправки безпеки» до Митного кодексу ЄС: досвід полегшення торгівлі без загроз для зовнішньої безпеки держави
"Security amendments" to the Customs Code EU: Experience of Facilitating Trade Without External Threats to the Security of the State

Author(s): Ivan Berezhnyuk, Igor Nestoryshen, Andriy Ocheret
Subject(s): Economy, Law, Constitution, Jurisprudence, National Economy, Business Economy / Management, Law on Economics, Public Finances, Socio-Economic Research, EU-Legislation
Published by: Кіровоградський національний технічний університет
Keywords: amendments security: Customs Code of the EU: risk analysis: the system of prior notification: authorized economic operators

Summary/Abstract: The issue of developing an effective system of customs control, which takes into account the interests of economic operators on simplifying foreign trade and the interests of the state to ensure an appropriate level of security remains unexplored at the present time. The aim of the article is to study European experience of forming an effective system of customs regulations, and to develop their own proposals for the development of a balanced system of customs regulation.The European package of laws brings together the basic concepts underlying the new security model to control the external borders of the EU, such as the harmonized system for risk assessment. Security Amendment to the Community Customs Code was published in the Official Journal of May 4, 2005 It was introduced a number of measures to strengthen security for goods crossing international borders. The amendment covers three major changes to the Customs Code: requiring traders to provide customs authorities’ information on the goods during import or export; provide reliable traders trade facilitation; introduction of common risk criteria within the Community.Based on a thorough analysis of European approaches to development of the customs administration we can summarize about the inadmissibility of a separate examination, operation and implementation of the risk management system of prior information and burnout authorized economic operator in Ukraine. These components "security amendments" in the EU are the part of a unified system that on the one hand aimed at ensuring a high level of safety of the Community and on the other - guarantees the trade community.