TODAY IS SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16, 2017, 2:48:08 AM
VISUALLY VERSION
On 17th of June compulsory preliminary informing of the goods, imported to the customs territory of the Customs Union by motor transport is to be established

On 17th of June compulsory preliminary informing of the goods, imported to the customs territory of the Customs Union by motor transport, will be established. It is stipulated by the Customs Union Committee Decision № 899 dated 09.12.2011 “About the establishment of compulsory preliminary informing of the goods, imported to the customs territory of the Customs Union by motor transport”,.

Customs Union Committee Decision № 899 “About the establishment of compulsory preliminary informing of the goods, imported to the customs territory of the Customs Union by motor transport”, dated 09.12.2011.

On 27th April, 2012 a video conference with representatives of all the Regional Customs Directorates took place. During the meeting:

-        reports on the readiness of the Regional Customs Directorates for the implementation of compulsory preliminary informing were heard;

-        report on the state of software and technical equipment was presented;

-        issues and their solutions were discussed.

Following the results of the video conference, the Customs Authorities of the Russian Federation were given additional instructions, which will enable to implement the compulsory preliminary informing without organizational and technical failures from the side of the Customs Authorities on 17th of June.

The video conference was held in the framework of methodical Russian FCS activity and the Regional Customs Directorates, aiming to provide the establishment  of compulsory preliminary informing.

As it is done in the European Union countries, compulsory preliminary informing is introduced into practice to increase the capacity of the Russian checkpoints on the Customs Union border, also owing to time reduction, allocated for customs operations in arrival places, as well as to optimize the customs control procedure by means of choosing of check units before the arrival of goods and transport at checkpoints. As the result, the level of economic security of the Customs Union member-states will increase.

In accordance with Agreement «On presenting and exchange of the preliminary information of goods and vehicles, transported across the customs border of the Customs Union», dated 21st of May, 2010, the preliminary information must be presented min 2 hours before planned importation of any goods, transported by a motor-type vehicle to the customs border of the Customs Union, apart from:

-        Goods and vehicles, transported by persons for private use;

-        Goods, sent by international post

-        Goods and vehicles, transported by certain categories of foreign people in accordance with Paragraph 45 of the Customs Code of the Customs Union;

-        Goods and vehicles, transported for eradication of natural hazard consequences, accidents and catastrophes;

-        military cargos.

The preliminary information is presented by authorized economical operators, carriers, including the customs carriers, customs representatives or other party in interest, irrespectively to the fact whether these individuals are located in Russia or in another state.

In present, preliminary information can be presented with the use of:

-        Portal «Electronic data submission» (http://edata.customs.ru/). This portal is a free and accessible way to present the preliminary information and a soft copy of the transit declaration. The only thing necessary is to have the Internet access.

information system for those, who are connected to the Unified Computer-aided System of the Russian Federation Customs Authorities in line with the procedure established by Order № 52 of the Russian FCS, dated 24.01.2008, «About information technologies implementation, designed for submission of electronic data to the Customs Authorities, for the purpose of customs goods registration, also by using of the “Internet” global network».