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VISUALLY VERSION
"Green" channel ("Green" corridor)

YOU DO NOT HAVE TO FILL IN THE DECLARATION AND MAY GO THROUGH THE GREEN CHANNEL IN THE FOLLOWING CASES:

While entering the Russian Federation

1) goods imported in accompanied luggage are exempt from customs duties:

  • goods for personal use (except for ethanol and indivisible goods), customs value of which does not exceed an amount equivalent to €1,500 (€10,000 for aviatravelers only) and the total weight is not more than 50 kilograms;
  • alcoholic beferages and beer in amount of not more than 3 liters, 200 cigarettes or 50 cigars (cigarillos) or 250 grams of tobacco or specified products in assortment, the total weight of which does not exceed 250 grams per one individual over the age of 18;
  • used goods for personal use in accordance with Annex 4 to the Agreement on movement of goods for personal use by individuals across the customs border of the Customs Union and customs operations related to clearance of the goods regardless of their customs value and weight.

2) goods indicated in Paragraph 1 and imported in accompanied luggage are not prohibited and are not restricted for import.

3) imported Russian rubles, foreign currency, travelers cheques are not subject to customs declaring, and can be moved through the “Green” Channel (Green Corridor) if their total amount does not exceed the equivalent of U.S. $10,000.

4) you have no unaccompanied luggage (including the luggage that has not arrived).

When departing from the Russian Federation

1) exported goods are exempt from customs duties.

2) exported goods are not prohibited and are not restricted for export.

3) exported Russian rubles, foreign currency, travelers cheques are not subject to customs declaring, and can be moved through the “Green” Channel (“Green” Corridor) if their total amount does not exceed the equivalent of U.S. $ 10,000.

WARNING! Moving goods through the “Green” Channel (“Green” Corridor) being subject to customs declaring constitutes a customs offense for which administrative and in some cases criminal liability is provided.

If you are not sure which corridor to choose, you should go through the Red Channel