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Cuba Customs Denies Modifications to Existing Provisions
Autor :Prensa Latina / Fotografías de: - Publicado: 28/08/2017 06:17:40 PM| 0 Opiniones

 The General Customs of the Republic of Cuba (AGR, acronym Spanish) denied the alleged changes to the current customs provisions and denied that there is an intention to modify them, according to an information note published on its website.

This statement responds to the 'erroneous and malicious' disclosures circulating in foreign media and social networks on the enforcement of new regulations on the customs clearance of travelers and their belongings.

AGR points out that its website is the official site of information provisions and procedures in force and those not published in the same, running on any route, are worthless.

It also reaffirms that, as usual, the Cuban Customs will always inform in advance, by all means at its disposal, any changes that the provisions may suffer.

 

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