Upon the request of the Border Troops of Tajikistan, BOMCA equipped an English class in new military gimnasium of the Border Troops. The classroom was equipped with a full set of furniture, a set of IT equipment (interactive board, laptop, projector), linguistic equipment with software and literature for studying English language (books and dictionaries for teachers and students). The equipping the audience will strengthen the technical and methodological potential of the gymnasium and modernize the process of training of future border guards in accordance with international standards.

On May 28-31, a series of expert consultations on risk analysis and development of new anti- smuggling tools were held in Tashkent, Uzbekistan. A group of BOMCA experts - customs forensic specialists from the Ministry of Finance of Lithuania arrived in Uzbekistan to assess the existing risk management system at Uzbekistan’s customs and its compliance with international practices and standards, and to develop recommendations for further development and improvement of the system.

Technical consultative mission on in the field of Implementation of TFA Action Plan (Trade Facilitation Agreement) was held in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan on May 20-23. Experts of the Customs Department of the Ministry of Finance of Lithuania hold a number of consultations with Kyrgyz customs regarding the implementation of TFA Action Plan, namely, its articles on studying international experience and analyzing current legislation on border cooperation , customs cooperation and information exchange.

On May 14 -16 a three-day bilateral workshop was held in Kuryk sea port in Aktau, Kazakhstan aimed to improve the practical skills of customs authorities of Kazakhstan and Turkmenistan in the area of prevention and detection of illegal trafficking of goods and means of transport. The event was organized in cooperation with United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) and was facilitated by BOMCA experts from Customs Department under the Ministry of Finance of Lithiania.

KazNU became the first university in Central Asia region holding the WCO's certificate on accreditation of its educational program "Customs Affair." With BOMCA methodological, financial and organizational support, the educational program Bachelor of Customs Affairs was recognized under the WCO PICARD Professional Standards.

In order to raise awareness of civil servants and economic stakeholders, BOMCA program assisted the State Customs Service under the Government of the Kyrgyz Republic in reproduction of recently adopted normative legal acts in the field of customs, judicial and civil legislation of the Kyrgyz Republic. Also, these regulatory documents will be used for training, retraining and skills development of customs officers.

On April 23 – 24, a regional workshop on the development of joint border crossing points was held in Tashkent, Uzbekistan, organized in cooperation with the German Agency for International Cooperation (GIZ) Program "Promoting Regional Trade in Central Asia".

Regional workshop on EU standards on identification, detention and return of irregular migrants was held in Tashkent on April 16-18, 2019 organized by BOMCA in cooperation with International Organization for Migration (IOM). The event was formatted as a mixture of a workshop and round-table discussions between the international experts on the one hand, and CA countries national experts working on the issue of identification, detention and return of irregular migrants, on the other hand.