6 October 2000
REGULATION NO. 2000/55
AMENDING UNMIK REGULATION NO. 1999/3 ON THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE CUSTOMS AND OTHER RELATED SERVICES IN KOSOVO
The Special Representative of the Secretary-General,
Pursuant to the authority given to him under United Nations Security Council resolution 1244 (1999) of 10 June 1999,
Taking into account United Nations Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo (UNMIK) Regulation No. 1999/1 of 25 July 1999, as amended, on the Authority of the Interim Administration in Kosovo,
Having promulgated UNMIK Regulation No. 1999/3 of 31 August 1999 on the Establishment of the Customs and Other Related Services in Kosovo,
Whereas section 1.1 of UNMIK Regulation No. 1999/3 provides that all goods of any type destined exclusively for Kosovo are subject to a customs rate equal to ten percent (10%), for a transitional period, with the exception of the goods listed in Annex I thereof,
For the purpose of amending Annex I to UNMIK Regulation No. 1999/3,
Hereby promulgates the following:
Annex I to UNMIK Regulation No. 1999/3 shall be replaced by Annex I to the present regulation.
Entry into Force
The present regulation shall enter into force on 6 October 2000.
Special Representative of the Secretary-General
Annex I - List of goods exempt from customs duties
Cooking oils and fatsE
Wheat FlourE E
Medical and surgical instruments and apparatus
Stamps and valuable papers classified in heading 4907 of the Harmonized Customs Tariff
Agricultural fertilizer classified in chapter 31 of the Harmonized Customs Tariff
Goods imported by UNMIK, KFOR, UNHCR, ICRC, Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, and NGOs registered with UNMIK with public benefit status
Goods imported by foreign diplomatic and consular missions for their official use
Goods funded from the proceeds of grants made to UNMIK by governments, government agencies, governmental or non-governmental organizations, in support of humanitarian and reconstruction programmes and projects in Kosovo
E This exemption shall cease to apply on 27 October 2000.
E E This exemption shall cease to apply on 1 June 2001.