Deve Bair customs will investigate who missed the unlicensed bus

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As of this morning, the customs is conducting an internal control over who missed the Besa Trans bus that was without a license at the Deve Bair border crossing.

Since early this morning, the Sector for Professional Responsibility of the Customs Administration is at the BCP Deve Bair in order to control in detail the actions of the carrier and customs officials, in accordance with the competencies prescribed by the Law on Road Transport on the day of departure of the bus in question. The subject of control is the action for the specific carrier and vehicle in the previous period at the same border crossing, say the Customs.

The Minister of Transport and Communications, Blagoj Bochvarski, stated that upon leaving the country, the Customs Administration should have made regular checks on each departure of the country with passengers.

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After receiving the information from the Ministry of Interior about the burned vehicle, we concluded that it was not reported and therefore it is not in the database of the Ministry of Transport and Communications. The carrier is obliged to immediately, and no later than 15 days, to report any changes that have occurred in terms of meeting the conditions, that is, checking or checking out a vehicle or driver, said Bochvarski.

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