COMMON TRANSIT CONVENTION: NEW ARRANGEMENTS WITH UKRAINE
On 1 October 2022 Ukraine joined the Common Transit Convention - the international framework for the customs transit of goods that ensures simplified procedures between the EU and partner countries. The Convention mean that goods can move much more easily between the EU and the so-called Common Transit Countries (Norway, Iceland, Switzerland, North Macedonia, Serbia, Turkey, UK and Ukraine). In this way, the simplified rules, such as mutually recognised financial guarantees for customs transit and less controls, help to cut down on costs for EU and partner country businesses, while facilitating and boosting trade. Customs transit procedures between Ukraine and the EU will from now on be much simpler and more efficient.
More information is available here.