Starting Friday until the end of August, the Economic Chamber of Macedonia will send its teams to the Tabanovce border crossing to determine the procedures for import and export of goods and whether the reports from the companies that their trucks are detained there and wait for three to four days are correct.
The teams will be at the Tabanovce border between 9 am and 3 pm and will have appropriate markings to be recognized by companies and services. An office from the Customs Administration is also provided for them.
“Reactions are coming from companies that they are waiting for three to four days at Tabanovce. We want to determine whether this is really the case, how the procedures and procedures go, whether the Open Balkans initiative has an effect. Once the situation is determined, we will initiate a possible change of regulations or other solutions, depending on the perceived problems,” the executive director of the Chamber Biljana Peeva Djurikj told a press conference.
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