Tuesday, April 05, 2005

Kosovo and Macedonia to extend border crossing points

Prishtina, April 05, 2005 – UNMIK and Macedonia customs authorities have agreed during a meeting on Monday in Prishtina for extension and modernization of the border crossing points between Kosovo and Macedonia.

The head of UNMIK Customs, Paul Acda and the Chairman of Macedonian delegation, Ilia Iloski said after the meeting that they expect to start those works in September.

The share of information between the two customs services, development of infrastructure and simplification of procedures at the border were the focus of yesterday's talks.

The both delegation also agreed to establish three groups of experts: group on infrastructure, the group on control and investigation, and the group on entry-exits at the customs services.

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