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August 07 2019

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

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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.

A source: https://www.interfax.ru/russia/671783

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