Jakarta (3/10/2020) – Indonesia Customs successfully held the commemoration of the 74th National Customs Day virtually. The theme of this year celebration was ”Complements Diversity to Build the Nation in Togetherness” presented with fascinating concept that can be seen from the participant’s dress code; the combination of ceremonial uniform with traditional headdress. This commemoration was attended by Minister of Finance of the Republic of Indonesia, Deputy Minister of Finance of the Republic of Indonesia, Director General of Indonesia Customs, echelon 1 officials in Ministry of Finance, Customs Attaché in Jakarta and representatives of International organizations in Asia Pacific region, high officials, customs officers and former customs officers across Indonesia. As a whole, up to 2700 participants came up on both Zoom Meeting application and “Kanal Bea Cukai TV” YouTube live streaming to celebrate one of the biggest Indonesia Customs events. 

The 4th International Webinar Series of Customs COLLAGE (Customs Collaboration Beyond the Edge) was successfully held by Indonesian Customs and Excise Training Center in collaboration with Directorate General of Customs and Excise, WCO Asia/Pacific Vice Chair, and United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime on September 10, 2020. Up to 400 participants from more than 26 countries and organizations participated in this Webinar on “Escalating Threat from Transnational Organized Crime and How We Can Collaborate”.

On 12 August, Indonesia Customs and Excise Training Center in collaboration with ROCB A/P were successfully held the 2nd International Customs Webinar Series entitled “Customs Collage: Customs Collaboration beyond the Edge”. The topic of the webinar was “Capacity Building at the Turning Point: Challenge the Tradition or Embrace Transformation”.

On 15 July, the Directorate General of Customs and Excise (DGCE) of the Republic of Indonesia successfully held a virtual launching ceremony as Indonesia assuming Vice-Chairmanship of the WCO for the Asia Pacific Region. The virtual launching ceremony was attended by 420 participants not only Indonesia Customs Officials, but also distinguished guests from WCO Secretariat in Brussels, ROCB A/P, RILO A/P, International Organization, Customs Attaché, and Embassy in Jakarta.

INTERNATIONAL CUSTOMS DAY CELEBRATION IN INDIA

Union Minister of State for Finance & Corporate Affairs, Shri  Anurag Singh Thakur has expressed confidence that with concerted efforts of the Central Board of Indirect Taxes & Customs (CBIC), India would further improve its position in ranking for Ease of Doing Business. 

Bangladesh Customs has celebrated International Customs Day on 26 January, 2020 with great festivity as elsewhere around the world. National Board of Revenue (NBR) undertook a wide range of programmes to celebrate the day in a befitting manner.

The Financial Secretary, Mr Paul Chan (ninth right) and the Commissioner of Hong Kong Customs, Mr Hermes Tang (ninth left), together with directorate of Hong Kong Customs and other prominent guests, propose a toast to guests at the ICD 2020 reception.

Ten Singapore Customs officers who demonstrated commitment in their work towards the theme of “Customs fostering Sustainability for People, Prosperity and the Planet”, were awarded the World Customs Organisation Certificate of Merit on 22 Jan 2020

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