Slovenia and Italy Sign Agreement on Tackling Customs Violations
Rome, 14 November - A co-operation agreement on tackling customs violations was signed in Rome on Wednesday by the director of the Slovene Customs Administration Franc Kosir and the head of Italy's customs agency Mario Andrea Guaiana, enabling customs officers from both sides of the border to exchange information on possible customs violations, such as illegal imports or exports.
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