ArmInfo.The problem of registration of vehicles imported from the EAEU countries is still relevant. The President of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Kassym-Jomart Tokayev, stated this in an interview to informburo.kz.
He stated that many people imported in one way or another a large number of cars from neighboring countries. "On my instructions, the Prosecutor General's Office gave a legal assessment of this situation. There are complaints about the activities of some state structures.
In addition, individuals, deliberately violating the law and deceiving people, developed an illegal business on this. Investigation is underway regarding fraudulent activities when importing cars from Armenia, "the President of Kazakhstan said. At the same time, he emphasized that there are questions regarding cooperation with some partners in the EAEU. "We are working with them to eliminate the possibility of a recurrence of such problems in the future.
The government was instructed to develop additional organizational measures to streamline the operation of vehicles imported from Armenia, taking into account the interests of Kazakhstani owners, "concluded the head of Kazakhstan.
To recall, the head of state Kassym-Jomart Tokayev, speaking at an expanded government meeting on January 24, noted that the country has a problem with cars imported from the countries of the Eurasian Economic Union that are not timely registered. The President of the Republic of Kazakhstan instructed the Prosecutor General to give a legal assessment of the current situation. To resolve this problem, the Government should, within a month on a one-off basis, provide for temporary registration of cars imported as of February 1, 2020 by citizens of Kazakhstan from the EAEU countries for personal use. The President explained that registration for these cars will be valid until March 1, 2021. Until March 1, 2021, car owners must pay customs duties and utilization fees with the car permanently registered, either take it out of the country or take other measures not prohibited by law. In conclusion, the Head of State instructed the Government to stop the illegal import of cars from other countries.