On June 22, 2017 at Holiday Inn Belgrade, JPM Janković Popović Mitić, in cooperation with German-Serbian Trade Association, Italian-Serbian Chamber of Commerce, French-Serbian Trade Association, Trade Section of Austrian Embassy in Belgrade and Slovenian Business Club organised a seminar on application of customs regulations.
The topics addressed at the seminar included best import practices and interpretation of trade agreements between Serbia and Russia-Belarus-Kazakhstan customs union.
Special guests and lecturers from the Customs Administration attending the seminar were Mr Slobodan Tomic, Head of Department for Customs Proceedings and Procedures in Sector for Customs Proceedings and Procedures and Mr Aleksandar Pajic, Head of Group for Preferential and Non-Preferential Origin of Goods in Sector for Tariff Affairs.
JPM was represented by Mr Ivan Milosevic, Senior Associate, who has provided legal analysis and practical commentary on application of existing customs rules and procedures.
Over 50 participants attended the seminar, demonstrating high level of interest within broader business community for the chosen topics and their practical relevance.