Representatives of State customs service of Turkmenistan participated WCO Second Global Conference on Cross-Border E-Commerce 2021

Representatives of State customs service of Turkmenistan participated WCO Second Global Conference on Cross-Border E-Commerce 2021

Held from 28 to 29 June 2021 with the theme “Customs united effort on Recovery, Renewal and Resilience for a sustainable E-Commerce supply chain” WCO Second Global Conference on Cross-Border E-Commerce brought together policy and decision makers, as well as operational experts from Customs, E-Commerce operators, international organizations, and other stakeholders.

Considering the benefits of full implementation of the WCO E-Commerce Framework of Standards and the associated E-Commerce Package, Members and stakeholders discussed Customs procedures renewal and innovation under COVID-19 with the use of data and technologies for E-Commerce supply chain continuity.

The event stimulated and advanced strategic thinking towards fostering innovative and inclusive partnership with E-Commerce stakeholders for a secure, sustainable and resilient cross-border E-Commerce environment.

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