Customs relations in the Kyrgyz Republic are regulated by the Customs Code of the Kyrgyz Republic, specific laws, other legislation of the Kyrgyz Republic, as well as international treaties and other customs provisions of international law.
The authority in charge of customs regulation in the Kyrgyz Republic is the State Customs Committee of the Kyrgyz Republic.
Procedures for Moving Goods and Vehicles across Customs Frontiers of the Kyrgyz Republic:
Goods and vehicles shall be moved across customs frontiers subject to the procedures established by the Customs Code of the Kyrgyz Republic.
The procedure of crossing a customs frontier where it coincides with the national frontier of the Kyrgyz Republic is set forth by the legislation on the national frontier, while the aspects not regulated by it are subject to regulation by customs legislation of the Kyrgyz Republic.
All goods and vehicles moved across customs frontiers, including those moved in the course of international economic activities, shall be subject to customs clearance and customs control according to the procedure and on conditions provided by the Customs Code of the Kyrgyz Republic.
The import of goods into the customs territory of the Kyrgyz Republic and their export from the customs territory of the Kyrgyz Republic entails responsibility of the parties moving the goods to apply one of the customs treatments provided by the Customs Code of the Kyrgyz Republic to the goods, and to follow the requirements of this treatment.
The existing customs legislation of the Kyrgyz Republic provides for the following 15 customs treatments:
Customs Charges in the Kyrgyz Republic consist of:
The rates of customs dues are established by legislation of the Kyrgyz Republic on customs tariffs.
Customs Control is a set of measures applied by customs authorities to assure compliance with customs legislation.
Customs Control Objects. The following are subject to customs control by customs authorities:
Forms of Customs Control: