The Comorian Customs Director participated in a high-level dialogue on customs cooperation in Tokyo that took place from 14 to 16 February 2018. The purpose of this meeting was to strengthen the bilateral relations between the Japanese customs and foreign administrations....Read more
As a paramilitary body, on Wednesday, May 23, the Customs proceeded to the official lifting of the colors, as every Wednesday at the five (5) main customs centers of the country....Read more
The World Customs Organization in recognition of his exemplary support and respect for international customs procedures and standards, commitment and consistency has just distinguished the Director General of Comorian Customs, Mr. Kamaldini Souef. In terms of timely communication at the service of the World Customs Organization, (for the Southern and Eastern Africa region). This distinction is discerned at the 23rd Board of Directors of the World Customs Organization in Kigali (Rwanda) on May 3rd and 4th, 2018....Read more
The Comorian Customs Administration organized a staff retreat on 24-25 February 2018 in Mvouni. This event was then organized in Mutsamudu on March 4, 2018 and finally took place in Fomboni on March 10, 2018. This event was the first of its kind in our administration. The objective of this meeting was to encourage reflection among its staff, on the major issues facing Comorian Customs in order to find innovative solutions to change and in a desire to achieve performance objectives in relation to the last year....Read more
The Comorian Customs had organized a workshop on the migration to ASECUDAWorld that took place at Ritaj Hotel on Thursday 22nd February 2018.
The goal of the workshop was to present the activities carried out and inform the agents of the SYDONIAWorld prototype....Read more
The international operation "PANGEA X", aimed at combating the illicit sale of medicines, this year involved 123 countries including Comoros. This operation took place from 9 to 16 September 2017 and resulted in a large number of arrests and findings in Comoros as well as the seizure of thousands of potentially dangerous drugs....Read more