Leaving the UK EU without an agreement, citizens and businesses must pay customs and use other documents and procedures in connection with the deal.

Therefore, the task of the Customs Agency is growing both in relation to guidance on trade with countries outside the EU, but also in relation to the increased control.

Yesterday, Maren Holm Johansen, Director of the Customs Agency, explained to Danish TV 2 News;

“If the UK leaves the EU without an agreement, it means that we will increase our third country trade by approx. 15%. It is 15% more work for the Customs Service, and therefore we need more resources – more hands”.

You can find links to concrete guidelines for companies and links to the Brexit theme at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and at the Danish Customs theme web page about Brexit.

From London to Oslo, from one beautiful city to another. Minus five degrees celcius here today. Wonderful winter weather.

Before my meeting I took the opportunity to visit our KGH Oslo Office on The Prince Avenue (Prinsens Gate 1). Always a pleasure to meet with colleagues.

Now on my way back to Gardemoen Airport and a flight to Copenhagen Airport. Then the car back home for a weekend at Casa Karlsson on Millners Street in Skurup.

France has triggered its €50 million no-deal Brexit plan.

Prime Minister Edouard Philippe says a hard exit looks “less and less unlikely” after British MPs overwhelmingly voted to reject the withdrawal agreement.

Within the next three weeks, authorisation will be given for new infrastructure at ports and airports as well as border control checkpoints.

The European Commission says in a comment that an official is preparing to visit all EU27 states to coordinate plans.

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