Astana. February 22. Kazakhstan Today - The Customs Union Commission will consider a package of amendments to the Customs Code this Friday. The Minister of Finance of Kazakhstan, Bolat Zhamishev, informed today during the governmental hour in Majilis of Parliament, the agency reports.
He reminded that the Customs Code was accepted at the session of the Interstate Council last year.
"Introduction of some amendments to the Customs Code - this document should be considered by the Customs Union Commission this Friday. More changes will be introduced into the document," B. Zhamishev said.
'Following the results of the session of the Customs Union Commission, which will take place on Friday, "the amendments to the Customs Code will be placed on the sites of the Ministry of Finance of Kazakhstan and the Customs Union."
The next 26th session of the Customs Union Commission will take place on February 26, 2010 in Moscow. The Kazakhstan delegation will be headed by First Vice Premier of Kazakhstan, Umirzak Shukeeev.
As informed earlier, the Prime Minister of Kazakhstan, Karim Masimov assigned the Kazakhstan negotiation group, on February 19, to defend the earlier accepted Customs Union documents.
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