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Import of technological equipment before filing a customs declaration

On May 5, a decree of the Government of the Russian Federation came into force, approving the list of technological equipment and spare parts for it, imported as part of the implementation of investment projects, which are allowed to be imported into the Russian Federation before filing a declaration for goods.


Elaboration of deferment of payment of customs duties for Russian importers

The Ministry of Economic Development reported that, together with the Federal Customs Service and industry departments, it is developing a set of measures aimed at simplifying and speeding up control procedures in the field of foreign trade.


Happy International Customs Day

The IIAC team joins the congratulations on the International Day of the Customs Officer on the official portal of the Federal Customs Service. Every year on January 26, customs officers all over the world celebrate their professional holiday – International Customs Day. The date was not chosen by chance – it was on this day in 1953 that the first session of the World Customs Organization, then known as the Customs Cooperation Council, took place in Brussels.


The Russian government allowed to provide business with information from the “Honest sign” system

Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin signed a decree amending the procedure for access to information of the Honest Sign digital marking and tracking system.


The Kyrgyz Republic received the chairmanship in the bodies of the EAEU

During 2022, the Kyrgyz Republic will chair the Supreme Eurasian Economic Council, the Eurasian Intergovernmental Council and the Council of the Eurasian Economic Commission.


Since the beginning of the year, imports to Russia from non-CIS countries have increased by 27.3%

Imports to Russia from non-CIS countries in January-November 2021 increased by 27.3% compared to the same period last year – to $ 235.393 billion, according to the Federal Customs Service (FCS) of Russia.


By 2024, the duty-free threshold for parcels from abroad is planned to be reduced to 20 euros

The Intergovernmental Council of the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC) on November 18-19, 2021 in Yerevan will discuss the possibility of reducing the duty-free threshold for parcels in cross-border trade from 200 euros to 20 euros by 2024. It is also planned to introduce a duty of 1 euro for parcels worth less than 20 euros, TASS reports, citing a source close to the negotiators.


FSS will conduct exercises in the State Duma, the Federation Council and other protected objects

The Federal Security Service (FSS) of Russia on Tuesday will begin a three-day exercise at several guarded facilities.

“During the period from November 9 to 11, 2021, special tactical exercises will be held at certain protected facilities of the FSS of Russia – the State Duma, the Federation Council, the Government House, on the territory of the complex of buildings of the Presidential Administration of the Russian Federation and at a number of facilities of the FSS of Russia,” in the press and public relations department of the FSS.


Updating the rules on information constituting a state secret

The government has approved new rules for classifying information constituting a state secret to various degrees of secrecy. The document was published on the website of legal information.


Russia and China discussed the Iranian situation on nuclear weapons

On Wednesday, Deputy Foreign Ministers of the Russian Federation and the PRC Sergey Ryabkov and Ma Zhaoxu held a telephone conversation, during which they agreed to strengthen strategic cooperation between the two countries and jointly promote the settlement of the Iranian nuclear problem through political and diplomatic means.

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