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The BiH Indirect Taxation Authority (ITA), in accordance with its responsibilities, is taking all necessary measures to prepare BiH border crossings for the official Croatia’s entry to the European Union.
Dzakula said that in terms of the current border crossing in Gradiska, they have agreed with the mayor of the municipality Zoran Latinovic and the municipal administration on everything that needs to be done when it comes to the flow of goods and people through this crossing.
“The project development is ongoing and on 15 June we will be able to present the so-called temporary border crossing BIP,” said Dzakula in a statement to journalists in Banja Luka, pointing out that the border crossing could be used by mid 2014 or 2015, depending on the construction of the bridge on the Sava River where a new a crossing should be installed.
With Croatia’s entry to the EU, it is planned for just two border crossings (BIPs), to be designated for the import goods that require special inspection (veterinary and phyto-sanitary certificates - goods of plant and animal origin).
Dzakula expressed hope that they will be able to finish all preparations for the Bijaca border crossing until 1 July.
“We are investing superhuman efforts to meet all the conditions. Unfortunately, I have to say that some of the others who were supposed to finish the earlier work, missed deadlines, and now we have a situation as it is,” said the ITA director.
He recalled that with the competent Croatian delegation they have already reached a high level of consensus on the agreement on border traffic and the border crossings, since BiH and Croatia have a common border, 3006 kilometers long.
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