The border has been closed for an initial two weeks.
Foreigners will now be able to enter Ukraine on electronic visas.
This is the second information-sharing project between Ukraine and an EU country.
The project itself should be ready by the end of this year.
Two sides signed a protocol on distribution of the annual quota of 200,000 international trucking permits
The Ministry of Infrastructure and the State Fiscal Service have signed a memorandum of cooperation on information technology, which improves the process of handling cargoes.
Carriers’ costs have reduced seven-fold, thanks to reforms at the Odesa customs. The deputy general director of the Association of International Freight Forwarders of Ukraine, Viktor Berestenko, announced this.
The Odesa Customs will process only goods from the European Union, the United States, Japan, Canada, and Australia and reject Chinese and Turkish goods because they are "a potential source of corruption."
The heads of various services and agencies have signed a joint order stating that containers passing through the Odessa customs should not be inspected unnecessarily.
"We are negotiating transfer of management of the customs to a foreign company," said Aivaras Abromavicius
The commission concluded that Ukraine's national interests require exemption of hybrid cars from special import measures.
The cancelation of the mandatory 100 percent sealing has reduced the time that container trucks spend at the port
The average time that container trucks spent at the Odessa seaport reduced by 70% to 3 hours
The list also includes building materials, agricultural products, agricultural engineering products, furniture, and others.
Ukrainian customs authorities began demanding documents confirming guarantee of customs payments
Russia will also introduce declarations for goods leaving the Crimea on October 1.
This procedure is now allowed for vessels being processed at the berths Nos. 5-9 and No. 17 (TIS-Mineral Fertilizers).
In the absence of a mobile X-ray unit or its failure, this form of inspection will be replaced by partial inspection of containers by state regulatory agencies
No restrictions have been imposed on the movement of vehicles and supplies.
The use of "free practice" saves an average of 2 hours and 20 minutes during the processing of a single vessel.