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Customs is responsible for inspecting and supervising the import and export of precursors.

According to the draft Decree detailing and guiding the implementation of a number of articles of the Law on Drug Prevention and Control, the customs force where the imported or exported goods are located is responsible for completing all customs procedures, implementing the inspect and supervise imported and exported goods in accordance with the law on narcotic substances, precursors and veterinary drugs containing narcotic substances and precursors.

The preparation of synthetic drugs from precursors is becoming very complicated in the world and in Vietnam. In the photo: Synthetic drugs were jointly seized by Hanoi Customs and the Drug Crime Investigation Police Department in April 2021. Photo: Ngoc Linh.

The application for import and export must be unified

Dossiers and permits for import and export of narcotics, precursors and veterinary drugs containing narcotics and precursors are specified in Article 21 of the draft Decree.

Specifically, specialized management ministries shall, within the ambit of their powers, specify dossiers, order and procedures for licensing, adjusting, extending, revoking and exempting export and import permits. and implementation instructions.

Agencies, organizations and individuals that need to import or export narcotics, precursors, veterinary drugs containing narcotics or precursors must send applications and dossiers of application to competent agencies for consideration. , do licensing procedures.

An application file for an import or export license includes: a written permission to export or import from the country where the goods are exported or imported.

An application for an import or export permit must be made according to the uniform form of the Ministry of Public Security, the Ministry of Industry and Trade, the Ministry of Health, the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, and the Ministry of National Defense.

An application for a permit must show the following contents: name and address of the importing or exporting organization; import and export purposes; name and address of the place of production, name, quantity and content of narcotic substances, precursors and drugs to be imported or exported; means and conditions for ensuring transport safety; time and name of the border gate of import and export will go through.

If the above-mentioned documents are in a foreign language, the application shall be enclosed with a notarized Vietnamese translation and the document in the foreign language.

Permits must be sent to the customs sub-department for procedures.

Within 15 working days from the date of receipt of a valid application and application file, the Ministers of Public Security, Industry and Trade, Health, National Defense, Agriculture and Rural Development shall issue a permit within 15 working days from the date of receipt of a valid application and application file. decide whether to grant or not to grant import or export permits.

The license must clearly state the name and address of the organization permitted to import or export; name, content, quantity of narcotic substances, precursors, drugs; time limit for import and export; name of the border gate through which imports and exports pass. In case the permit is not granted, the reason must be notified in writing.

Import and export permits are granted for each import or export (except for group 2 industrial precursors classified by the Ministry of Industry and Trade) and are valid for the duration stated in the permit. In case the expiration of the time limit stated in the permit but the import or export has not yet been carried out, the agency, organization or individual shall request the licensing agency for an extension.

Import and export permits shall be sent to agencies or organizations applying for import and export permits, border-gate customs sub-departments where customs procedures are carried out for imports and exports, and sent to the Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of Industry and Trade. security for monitoring and management.

If the license is not granted on the National Single Window Portal, within 3 working days from the date of issuance of the permit, the licensing agency is responsible for sending the import or export license to the National Single Window. import and export permits to agencies or organizations applying for import and export permits, border-gate customs sub-departments where customs procedures are carried out for import and export goods, and send them to the Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of Public Security for monitoring and management.

The licensing has been done on the National Single Window Portal, but while the Ministry of Public Security has not been able to connect to the National Single Window Portal, within 3 working days from the date of issuance of the license, the The licensing agency is responsible for sending import and export permits to the Ministry of Public Security for monitoring and management.

The Customs force where the imported or exported goods are located shall have to complete all customs procedures and implement the regime of inspection and supervision of imported and exported goods in accordance with law. In case of detecting imported or exported goods not conforming to the permit, the border-gate customs force shall suspend import and export procedures, make a record, and handle it according to its competence; at the same time, within 7 working days after detecting violations, immediately notify the licensing agencies and the Ministry of Public Security for coordination in management, control and handling.

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