Updated: 24/01/2024

Customs Cooperation Committee

The Customs Cooperation Committee was established on 15 December 1969 by the Association Council Decision No. 2/69, based on Article 24 of the Ankara Agreement.

The Customs Cooperation Committee is responsible for the administrative cooperation between the signatory parties for the proper and uniform application of the customs provisions of the Association Agreement and for carrying out any other duties that the Association Committee may entrust to it in the customs area. The Committee consists of the customs experts of the Member States and the officials of the European Commission Services and the Turkish customs experts.

The Customs Cooperation Committee provided significant assistance to the Association Council by addressing the technical aspects of customs during the completion of the Customs Union, and after the completion of the Customs Union, the Committee played an important role in addressing the technical problems encountered within the scope of its duty.

The 53th meeting of the Customs Cooperation Committee was held on 27 April 2023.


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