The commitment of the Comorian Customs Administration in 2017, was to strenghten its relations at the multilateral and bilateral levels. the economic challenges of globalization push every custom around the world to focus on combating illicit trade towards more multi-faceted control and collaboration.
Thus, the General Directorate of Customs (DGD) is determined to gradually bring its regulations (working methods, steps and techniques) and its legislation into conformity with the instruments of the World Customs Organization (the Revised Kyoto Convention), the International Convention on the Harmonized Commodity Description and Coding System commonly known as SH 2012, COMESA's legal standards, as well as the recommendations of our partners such as Afritac South, Interpol, IMF, BM, AU etc.
On the bilateral level, In June 2012, a partnership agreement with the customs and indirect taxes administration of the Kingdom of Morocco was signed in Rabat to revive and perpetuate the traditional relations between the two customs institutions.
The Comorian Customs continues to collaborate in real time with the French Customs followed by the Customs of china and Nigerian In 2017, the Comorian Customs was able to build relations with the customs administration of Belgium, Madagascar, Togo, and Serbia.