东盟海关官员加强合作网络
发布时间:2020-10-15 作者: 东盟秘书处 来源: ASEAN Secretariat 浏览量: 252
ASEAN customs officers strengthen cooperation network.印度尼西亚海关总署于10月6日至7日主办了第四次联合海关中层管理计划会议(JCMMP),来自八个东盟成员国和澳大利亚的代表参加了为期两天的网络会议,该会议被称为该地区未来海关领导人的交流平台。

雅加达,2020 年10月9日

印度尼西亚海关总署于10月6日至7日主办了第四次联合海关中层管理计划会议(JCMMP),来自八个东盟成员国和澳大利亚的代表参加了为期两天的网络会议,该活动被称为该地区未来海关领导人的交流平台。

该活动促进了在处理该地区新出现问题方面的知识和经验分享,并加强了东盟海关当局中层管理人员之间的关系。与会者讨论了各种热门问题,例如(i)从COVID-19暴发中吸取的教训,(ii)边境协调管理,(iii)消除毒品走私,(iv)管理废物和其他对环境敏感的商品的非法贸易,( v)风险管理,(vi)海关与税务机关之间的合作,以及(vii)建立有效的联合边境保护以打击跨国有组织犯罪。

印度尼西亚海关总署长Heru Pambudi表示,作为世界海关组织亚太地区现任副主席,印度尼西亚将继续致力于促进该地区中层管理人员之间的合作与伙伴关系。他断言,JCMMP将成为旗舰计划,并成为世界上其他集团和地区在培养未来海关领导者方面的榜样。

在该计划的最后一天,与会人员与海关总干事一起参加了一次炉边闲谈。他们就大流行后的挑战,技术优势,跨界合作以及加强亚太地区在多边论坛中的参与交换了意见。

该计划的第五版计划于2021年在澳大利亚举行。

JAKARTA, 9 October 2020 – The Indonesian Directorate General of Customs and Excise hosted the Fourth Joint Customs Middle-Management Programme (4th JCMMP) on 6-7 October. Representatives from eight ASEAN Member States and Australia attended the two-day virtual event, dubbed as the networking platform for future customs leaders in the region.

The event promoted knowledge and experience sharing on handling emerging issues in the region, and strengthening the relationships of ASEAN Customs administrations’ middle-management level officers.

Participants discussed various topical issues, such as (i) lessons-learned from the COVID-19 outbreak, (ii) coordinated border management, (iii) eradicating drugs smuggling, (iv) managing illicit trade in waste and other environmentally sensitive commodities, (v) risk management, (vi) cooperation between Customs and Tax Authorities, and (vii) establishment of effective joint border protection to combat transnational organised crime.

Indonesia’s Director General of Customs and Excise Heru Pambudi stated that, as the current Vice-Chair of the World Customs Organisation for Asia Pacific, Indonesia remains committed to promote cooperation and partnership among middle-management level officers in the region.

He asserted that JCMMP would become a flagship programme and an example for other blocs and regions in the world in preparing future customs leaders.

On the last day of the programme, participants participated in a fireside-chat session with the Directors-General of Customs attending the event. They exchanged views on post-pandemic challenges, technology leverage, collaboration across borders, and strengthening the Asia-Pacific engagements in multilateral forums.

The fifth edition of the programme is scheduled to be in 2021 in Australia.

The ASEAN Secretariat