- Information For The Business Community
- Federal Customs Service
- Structure of the Federal Customs Service
- Administrative-territorial division
- Primary Functions of the Federal Customs Service
- Federal Customs Service in 2014
- 2014 brought a system of remote declaring of goods in electronic form
- Pre-arrival informing procedure by different modes of transport
- System of categorizing participants of foreign economic activity
- The Eurasian Economic Union
INFORMATION FOR THE BUSINESS COMMUNITY
- Head of the Federal Customs Service
- Head Office of the Federal Customs Service
- Representative offices of the Federal Customs Service (FCS) of Russia abroad
V. Bulavin was born in Lipetsk Region on February 11, 1953.
In 1975 he graduated from Moscow Institute of Railroad Transport Engineers (currently, Moscow State University of Railway Engineering), in 1979 he graduated from the Higher School of the KGB of the USSR (currently, Academy of the Federal Security Service of the RF).
Novozavodskaya Street 11/5, 121087, Moscow, Russia.
There are about 20 representative offices of the Federal Customs Service (FCS) of Russia in such countries as the Republic of Kazakhstan, the Republic of Belarus, Ukraine, and the Republic of Kyrgyzstan, Finland, Belgium, Germany, Brazil, South Korea, China, Japan etc.
The Representative office of the Federal Customs Service in Japan in close cooperation with JETRO, KEIDANREN, and other business associations builds up a platform to facilitate and strengthen bilateral customs partnership.
The Representative of the Federal Customs Service of the Russian Federation in Japan (Tokyo)
|Address:||Tokyo, Minato-ku, Azabudai, 2-1-1.|