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Russian woman tried to cross the border with China in sneakers full of gold

In the village of Zabaykalsk, customs officers detained a Russian woman with two kilograms of gold bullion trying to cross the Chinese border, the Chita Customs press service said.
Customs officers drew attention to the fact that the woman was nervous and behaved suspiciously.
In the village of Zabaykalsk, customs officers detained a Russian woman with two kilograms of gold bullion trying to cross the Chinese border, the Chita Customs press service said.
Customs officers drew attention to the fact that the woman was nervous and behaved suspiciously.
The estimated value of the ingots is more than four million rubles, counted at the customs.
The tourist said that the bars were inherited from relatives and she wanted to sell them in China.
"The ingots were made in a cunning way. There were no industrial samples, as well as documents confirming the fact of manufacturing or purchasing the products. Probably, gold was extracted illegally. There are many gold mining enterprises in the Trans-Baikal Territory, as well as" black "gold miners," the press service said.
A criminal case has been opened against women regarding the illegal movement of strategically important goods and resources. She faces up to seven years in prison.

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Customs tightened control: Chinese fruits banned even in hand luggage

The customs authorities of the Far Eastern Federal District tightened control in connection with the upcoming restriction of fruit imports from China, RIA VladNews reports.
Recall that the Rosselkhoznadzor imposes a temporary restriction on the import of fresh apples, nectarines, apricots, cherries, pears, plums, peaches and some other fruits from China in connection with repeated violations of the import of similar quarantine products into Russia.
The customs authorities tightened control due to the restriction. In the case of shipment of the relevant consignments later than August 10, a decision will be made to ban the import of these goods.
It is worth noting that the order applies not only to consignments, but also to the importation of similar products in hand luggage and baggage by individuals.

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Bryansk customs found kg of drugs in children's toys 2

In such a clever way, a resident of Moscow wanted to get a party of ecstasy from abroad.
During the inspection of parcels received in the Russian Federation, the Bryansk customs officers paid special attention to the batch of children's toys. Having looked closely at the harmless dispatch, about two kilograms of synthetic drugs were found - ecstasy.
The recipient was an 25-year-old Muscovite who ordered pills from Germany. According to GTRK Bryansk, now the guy will be tried in Bryansk. He faces up to 20 years in prison.

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Individuals will be required to disclose to the customs the origin of the funds when declaring more than $ 100 thousand

The innovation will be one of the financial measures to combat money laundering.
Individuals will be required to provide documents confirming the origin of the funds when declaring more than $ 100 thousand at the borders of the countries of the Eurasian Economic Union. This is stated in the message of the Eurasian Economic Commission (ECE).
The Board adopted this decision at the meeting of 6 on August. The ECE explained to TASS that the decision comes into force in 180 calendar days from the date of publication on the commission's website.
"The EEC Board has established that during the customs declaration by individuals of cash and monetary instruments, documents must be submitted to confirm their origin in excess of the total amount equivalent to $ 100 thousands," the statement said.
As TASS was previously explained by the press service of the Federal Customs Service of the Russian Federation (FCS), this measure is aimed at implementing the 32 Cash Couriers recommendation of the Financial Action Task Force on Money Laundering (FATF), aimed at creating ways to counter the financing of terrorism and money laundering.
Moreover, according to the EAEU Customs Code, at the moment, cash or traveller's checks are subject to mandatory customs declaration, the total amount of which exceeds $ 10 thousand for one-time import or export.

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Government bans customs from storing meat, milk and lichens for more than 24 hours

Moscow. 6 August. INTERFAX.RU - The government approved a list of goods that cannot be stored for more than a day from the moment of detention at customs. The perishable product order is published on the legal information portal.
The list includes meat and offal, fish, seafood, dairy and sour-milk products, vegetables, fruits, berries, root vegetables, honey and mycelium of the mushroom. Cut flowers, branches, roots, mosses and lichens intended for decorative compositions, ice cream and human blood are also included there.
The explanatory note to the draft resolution stated that the EAC Customs Code allows customs to store detained goods 30 calendar days if they do not go through criminal or administrative cases. An exception is made for goods that quickly deteriorate and whose shelf life cannot exceed 24 hours from the moment of detention.

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Russia suspends import of fruit from China from August 10

The Rosselkhoznadzor from August 10 suspends the import into Russia of pome seeds and stone fruits from China. This was reported TASS in the press service of the Ministry.
The ban will apply to plums, nectarines, apricots, peaches, cherry plums, cherries, cherries, apples, pears and quinces, clarified in the department.
“The Federal Service for Veterinary and Phytosanitary Surveillance, from 10 August 2019, has been forced to suspend the import of pome seeds and stone fruits from China into Russia. This decision was made in connection with the continuing supply of plant products of Chinese origin to the country contaminated with dangerous, quarantine-like objects for Russia, ”the Rosselkhoznadzor noted.

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Unpleasant surprise for car enthusiasts: coastal customs officers detained auto products

Nakhodka customs officers detained two tons of undeclared automotive products, reports PRIMPRESS, citing the press service of Nakhodka customs.
As an individual entrepreneur from Buryatia, two tons of auto parts and motor oil canisters were not declared when imported into Russia.
A container with automotive products from the Republic of Korea was imported into the port of Vostochny. The importer indicated in the declaration more than 8 tons of various automotive products.
In relation to the offender, an administrative violation case was initiated under the article “Non-declaration”.

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New norms of the Customs Code of the Eurasian Economic Union (EEU)

1 January 2018 of the year entered into force TC EAEU. The new document is designed to ensure unified customs regulation on the territory of the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU), simplification of customs formalities and the creation of more comfortable conditions for participants in foreign economic activity. Thus, the EAEU Customs Committee provides for the possibility of minimizing the participation of officials: all decisions - from registration of a customs declaration to release of goods - can be taken by the information system automatically, without the participation of an inspector.

The deadline for the release of goods by the new code is significantly shortened, and instead of the previously established one working day, customs must release the goods within four hours after the registration of the declaration. The EAEU Customs Code also provides for the following innovations:

the possibility of filing a goods declaration without submission of documents confirming the information stated in it, which in turn may be requested by the information system in the event of the risk profile triggered;
the possibility of making changes to the declaration prior to the release of the goods, if by this time the declarant has not requested the documents, the declarant has not been informed about the inspection or appointment of the examination;
the possibility of obtaining a preliminary decision on the application of methods for determining the customs value;
improvement of the institution of an authorized economic operator;
the opportunity for any participant of foreign economic activity to take advantage of the deferment of payment of import customs duties with the payment of interest for a period not exceeding one month. Deferral can also be granted for up to six months without paying interest in cases established by national law.

New norms of customs legal relations established by federal law

3 August 2018, the federal law No. 289-FZ “On Customs Regulation in the Russian Federation and on Amendments to Certain Legislative Acts of the Russian Federation” was adopted. It establishes the peculiarities of customs regulation in Russia in accordance with the reference rules of the Customs Committee of the EAEU. Meanwhile, the federal law on 27.11.2010 No. 311-FZ “On Customs Regulation in the Russian Federation” will not cease to have its effect, and some of its provisions will continue to operate for a certain time. For example, the provisions on the authorized economic operator will apply to legal entities that have received this status in accordance with the previous Customs Code of the Customs Union.

The provisions of the new law are designed to improve customs administration and simplify the implementation of customs operations. In priority - interaction with customs authorities using electronic technologies. For example, the possibility of contacting the customs authority through the Single Portal of State and Municipal Services is provided. This innovation provides an opportunity to receive preliminary decisions on the application of methods for determining the customs value of goods, as well as on the origin and classification of goods.

The procedure for monitoring the customs value

27 March 2018 was decided by the Board of the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC) № 42 "On the peculiarities of the customs control of the customs value of goods imported into the customs territory of the Eurasian Economic Union".

Regulations on the specifics of customs control over the value of goods imported into the customs territory of the EAEU include:

the right of customs to use information that is comparable with information on imported goods and obtained from government or trade missions of the EAEU Member States and from organizations, including professional associations, transport, insurance companies, suppliers, manufacturers of imported, homogeneous, identical goods;
signs of an inaccurate determination of the customs value, in particular, revealing a lower price for imported goods as compared with the price of the components from which the imported goods are produced; between independent parties to the transaction;
criteria when the circumstances described as signs of an inaccurate determination of the customs value are not considered as such: if the goods are imported under a foreign economic agreement, under which identical goods were previously imported under the same conditions of the transaction (price of goods, delivery terms).
22 May 2018, the EEC Collegium, adopted decision No. 83 “On the calculation of additional charges when determining the customs value of goods”. The document specifies the procedure for including additional costs incurred by the buyer in the customs value of imported goods.

Products and resources covered by the smuggling article

October 22 The Russian government has made changes to the list of strategic goods and resources. The list of objects, the illegal movement of which across the customs border of the EAEU or the state border of the Russian Federation with the member states of the EAEU entails criminal liability under Art. 2018 of the Criminal Code included:

articles of precious metals;
products made of precious stones and natural pearls;
wrist and pocket watches, as well as other items designed to be worn on or with you, including stopwatches with a case made of precious metal or metal clad with precious metal;
watch cases made of precious metals;
watch straps, bands and bracelets for watches made of precious metals;
ores and concentrates of precious metals.
First of all, these changes should be paid attention to individuals entering or leaving Russia and having with them personal jewelry or watches that meet the established criteria.

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The seaside company tried to turn a tricky focus on customs

The Primorsk company, a timber exporter, tried to deceive the customs officers and take the poplar out of Russia under the guise of aspen, PRIMPRESS reports with reference to the press service of Nakhodka customs.
The forest went to China. The customs declaration stated that all 800 cubic meters of trees are aspen. The cargo was already being formed to be transported to the ship, but the Nadkinsk customs officers suspected something was wrong: they noticed that some logs were too large. Soon, experts confirmed that 75 cubic meters of timber belong to the poplar, the rate of customs duty on which in 2 is more than times aspen.
According to Konstantin Bondarev, head of the Nakhodka customs, these timber products are strategically important goods and resources. At the moment, their export is under special control. During the first half of the year, customs officers from Nakhodka filed 98 administrative offense cases on violations of the law during the movement of timber.

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In Russia, the rules for paying the recycling fee have changed

The list of wheeled vehicles, as well as self-propelled vehicles and trailers for which the utilization fee is paid, has been expanded.
The relevant government decree enters into force on July 23. The document corrects the list of wheeled vehicles, self-propelled machines and trailers for them, for which you need to pay the recycling fee. The list includes tamping machines and semi-trailers with a payload of more than 10 tons. Previously, the list includes trailers, graders and planners, road rollers and loaders, crawler cranes and pipe-laying cranes.
The recycling fee, which citizens are obliged to pay in the process of buying a car, was introduced in Russia in 2012 year. This fee is collected in favor of the state, and it is directed to ensuring the environmental safety of the environment, and to protecting human health from the adverse effects of transport. This fee does not have to be paid if the car has been in operation for more than 30 years, if it is owned by diplomatic missions and consulates, if it was brought from abroad as personal property of participants in the program for the voluntary relocation of compatriots.

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The rates of customs fees for customs operations related to the release of goods may be increased

The Federal Customs Service of Russia has prepared a draft decree on new rates of customs duties for customs operations1. It is assumed that they will be applied already with 2020 year.
Currently, only seven rates of customs fees are set - from 500 rubles. to 30 thousand rubles. The upper limit is proposed to remain unchanged, adding four new rates, differentiating the boundaries of the value of goods declared in the declaration, as well as increasing the rates themselves (Resolution of the Government of the Russian Federation on December 28 2004 number 863 "On customs duty rates for customs operations").
So, it is proposed to install the following dimensions:
• up to 200 thousand rubles. inclusive total customs value of goods - 775 rub. instead of 500 rub .;
• over 200 and up to 450 thousand rubles. inclusive - 1 550 rub. instead of 1 thousand rubles;
• over 450 and up to 1 200 thousand rubles. inclusive - 3 100 rub. instead of 2 thousand rubles;
• over 1 200 and up to 2 700 thousand rubles. inclusive (currently 2 500 rub.) - 8 530 instead of 5 500 rub .;
• over 2 700 and up to 4 200 thousand rubles. inclusive (currently 5 thousand rubles.) - 12 thousand rubles. instead of 7 500 rub .;
• over 4 200 and up to 5 500 thousand rubles. inclusive - 15 500 rub .;
• over 5 500 thousand rubles. and up to 7 million rubles. inclusive (currently from 5 to 10 million rubles) - 20 thousand rubles;
• over 7 and up to 8 million rubles. inclusive - 23 thousand rubles;
• over 9 and up to 10 million rubles. inclusive - 27 thousand rubles;
• over 10 - 30 thousand rubles.
Also, the legislators intend to provide for various rates of customs duties if the customs value of goods is not determined and not stated, and if the rates of export customs duties are not established or specific rates of export customs duties are established for goods. They will not depend on the value of the goods, as in the first case, but on their quantity.

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US Customs seized enough fentanyl to kill about 794 million people

A dose of only 2 mg is fatal to most people.
The storehouses are overcrowded and pose a threat to the lives of employees of the department, the TG channel "House of Cards" reports.
Supervisory organizations warn that such a large amount of drugs in itself represents a danger to the lives of customs officers, because even accidental exposure to fentanyl (through the skin or respiratory tract) can be fatal. However, a dose of only 2 mg is fatal to most people.
All warehouses in the United States, where fentanyl is stored, are legally required to store Naloxone, something like an “antidote” that can save you from an accidental overdose.
However, as the supervisory organizations found out, in many warehouses the drug was hidden under combination locks, the code from which was not communicated to ordinary workers, or was simply missing.

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Ural guest hid monkeys from customs under the guise of cats

The animals were taken to the zoo.
The customs officers took from the passenger from Kazakhstan six monkeys, which she carried to the Urals in cat carriers. The woman hid in the car two Belarusian and two monochrome gibbons, as well as two Javanese macaques, the ETV reported to the press service of the Ural Customs Administration.
Experts confirmed that animals fall under the Convention on trade in species of wild fauna and flora, which are on the verge of extinction. To bring them to the Urals, the passenger had to draw up the documents.
Now the monkeys are in the zoo. Their cost is estimated at 3,5 million rubles. A guest from Kazakhstan faces up to seven years in prison and a fine of one million rubles.

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