It is understood that the government's "Customs Clearance Coordination Group" held its first meeting this afternoon (25th).
Chief Executive Lee Kar-chiu and several policy bureau officials, including Chief Secretary for Administration Chan Kwok-kee, Secretary for Finance and the Treasury Xu Zhengyu, and Secretary for Constitutional and Mainland Affairs Tsang Kwok-wai, etc., returned to the Government Headquarters for meetings in the afternoon of this holiday.
After Chief Executive Lee Ka-chao made his first report on his duties in Beijing, he announced after returning to Hong Kong yesterday (24th) that the central government agreed to gradually and orderly complete customs clearance, and the first step of the customs clearance plan will be implemented by mid-January.
The Hong Kong government has also set up a "Customs Clearance Coordination Group" consisting of 15 policy bureaux led by the Chief Secretary for Administration to communicate and coordinate with mainland units.
Li Jiachao described yesterday that he himself is an impatient person. The "Customs Clearance Coordination Group" of the SAR government will communicate with the Guangdong and Shenzhen governments, hoping to reach a consensus as soon as possible and submit it to the central government for approval, so as to implement the customs clearance plan as soon as possible.
He emphasized that the problem of the number of people should be dealt with at the first time. The queuing and process at the time of customs clearance should be smooth.
Customs Clearance in the Mainland｜Lin Zhengcai: It is expected that the land port will be the first and the quota system will be adopted for customs clearance in the Mainland｜Ye Liu Shuyi: The Central Government will give Hong Kong people the biggest Christmas gift to pass the customs in the Mainland｜Li Jiachao: I am an impatient person and deal with the number of customs clearance in the Mainland｜Li Jiachao Said to implement before mid-January The central government agreed to gradually, orderly and comprehensive customs clearance Li Jiachao: Continue to actively discuss details with the central ministries and commissions and Guangdong and Shenzhen governments to advance customs clearance in an orderly manner as soon as possible｜News broadcast: Li Keqiang discussed with Li Jiachao yesterday that relevant parties should pay close attention to communication and coordination