China Pledges to Support Sri Lanka’s Customs

China has expressed its readiness to collaborate with the Sri Lanka Customs Department to enhance safety, security, and cooperation.

Wang Lingjun, Vice Minister of the General Administration of Customs of China, outlined the Chinese government’s three-step plan for executing these initiatives.

This announcement came during a meeting between Lingjun, his delegation, and officials from the Sri Lankan Customs Department, along side State Finance Minister Shehan Semasinghe, this morning.

Lingjun highlighted that China is implementing the Smart Customs Project, which involves collaborating with customs agencies worldwide through a single platform.

He emphasized China’s commitment to delivering positive outcomes for Sri Lanka and offering support through the Single Window system to enhance efficiency, mutual understanding, and security.

Furthermore, he emphasized China’s willingness to sponsor customs projects in Sri Lanka.

Shehan Semasinghe, Minister of State for Finance, expressed confidence that these efforts would further strengthen the longstanding relationship between China and Sri Lanka.