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Working Group on the SAFE Framework (Framework of Standards to Secure and Facilitate Global Trade)

The WCO Framework of Standards to Secure and Facilitate Global Trade were accepted in June 2005.

Safe Framework Of Standards

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The fundamental goal of the Framework of Standards is to increase the national economies’ competitiveness by unifying approaches to ensure security in the international supply chain and counter international terrorism.
One of the most relevant and priority areas of implementation of the Framework of Standards’ regulations is the issue of transit systems’ regional integration, that is considered in view of the related general criteria:
  • Effective data exchange;
  • Guarantee system;
  • Simplification of the customs formalities;
  • Risk management;
  • Customs seals and other security measures;
  • Customs administrations coordination;
  • Performance assessment.
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In particular, the prospect of alignment of the European Union and the Eurasian Economic Union transit systems was identified and supported at the WCO European Region meeting, held from April 19 to 22, 2017. In order to bring up this topic at the upcoming Moscow International WCO Model, the participants of the Working Group on the SAFE Framework will consider the following issues:
  • Practice of the member states on the transit procedures regulation. Prospects of the Harmonized Transit System (HTS) for the European region: positive and negative aspects.
  • Necessary organizational and technical conditions for launching the HTS project: regulatory framework, IT infrastructure and technologies, guarantee system, simplification of formalities, risk management, etc.
  • Promotion of the HTS project: practical proposals and possible solutions.

Safe Framework Ceremonies

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Chairperson of the Working Group – Egor Kolesnikov

Co-Chair of the Working Group – Vladislav Rybakov


Expert - Dmitry Pirogov

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Secretaries of the Working Group
Yana LupachAnna Zimanenkova
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Surname, name of participant MIM WCO

State and educational institution, participant of MIM WCO

Represented Member State of WCO

1.

Prostova Maria

Russian customs academy, Lyubertsy, Russia

Belarus

2.

Farafonova Dariya

RANEPA, Moscow, Russia

United Kingdom

3.

Morozova Alina

North-Western Institite of Management of Russian Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, Saint-Petersburg, Russia

Kazakhstan

4.

Kusov Andrew

North-West Institute of Management, branch of RANEPA, Saint-Petersburg, Russia

China

5.

Logvina Viktoriia

Russian customs academy st. petersburg branch named after vladimir bobkov, Saint-Petersburg, Russia

Russian Federation

6.

Iakovleva Mary

Russian customs academy st. petersburg branch named after vladimir bobkov, Saint-Petersburg, Russia

Germany

7.

Kononenko Vsevolod

Voronezh State University , Voronezh, Russia

Canada

8.

Zaguzov Egor

VSU, Voronezh, Russia

Republic of Korea

9.

Elena Bezrukova

State Educational Institution of Higher Education Moscow Region «University of Technology», Korolev, Russia

Finland

10.

Grigoryeva Yana

Russian customs academy, Lyubertsy, Russia

Singapore

11.

Karimova Alina

RUDN-university, Lyubertsy, Russia

Spain

12.

Sarycheva Valeriya

RUDN, Moscow, Russia

United Arab Emirates

13.

Dementyev Dmitry

PFUR, Moscow, Russia

Georgia

14.

Nechval Darya

RUDN, Moscow, Russia

Armenia

15.

Chebotarev Alexander

RUDN, Moscow, Russia

Monako

16.

Orekhova Ekaterina

Russian customs academy , Lyubertsy, Russia

Bahrain

17.

Borzukov Ilya

Russian customs academy, Lyubertsy, Russia

Ireland

18.

Lamonina Anastasiya

Belarusian National Technical University, Minsk, Belarus

Turkey

19.

Novikov Sergey

Russian customs academy, Lyubertsy, Russia

Czech Republic

20.

Vinichenko Artyom

Russian customs academy, Russian Federation

Austria

21.

Bronnikova Arina

Russian customs academy, Lyubertsy, Russia

United States of America

22.

Anzhelika Abovyan

RUDN, Moscow, Russia

Ukraine

23.

Abbas Yaseen Abbas Al-Juboori

RUDN, Moscow, Russia

Iraq

24.

Nelson Josue Vanegas Martinez

RUDN, Moscow, Russia

Salvador

25.

Valeria Pulle

RUDN, Moscow, Russia

Ukraine

26.

Guillermo Antonio Romero Brizuela

RUDN, Moscow, Russia

Salvador

27.

Ilya Chumakov

RUDN, Moscow, Russia

Kazakhstan

28.

Mohamed Saleh Mahmoud Said Ellathiy

RUDN, Moscow, Russia

Egypt