Goodbye to the “green lights” on Customs
The head of the Federal Administration of Public Revenue, Ricardo Echegaray, announced that everybody entering or leaving the country, except for public officials or representatives of foreign official mission, must pass through customs control without any privilege or “green lights”.
“All border crossings, port terminals, airports and airfields” will be involved, Echegaray assured.
Thus, “any person in any field, political, sports, business or entertainment, will follow the procedures and intensive inspection with no VIP areas or preferential treatment.”
In turn, it was announced that strictly prohibited the use of “cell phones, handies, notebooks, netbooks, or any communication equipment” in the control sites, either by “customs staff, passengers or any other people passing through this sector “
144 border crossings, 78 port terminals and 20 airports in Argentina will be affected by the new standard.
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