The Crimean owners of the acquired via the Internet equipment may not receive their orders because of the established by the Eurasian Economic Union prohibitions related to the availability of authorization documents from a country of origin, the Customs office of Crimea reports.
“Lately, the customs authorities more often reveal the violation of international mail commodity shipments related to restrictions, which upholding is not confirmed by any approval documents or information,” Crimean customs officials report.
According to them, these goods are related to the violation of the Customs Union Code conditions and their import is impossible. Therefore, they can be returned to the country of origin.
The Crimean residents are recommended to check the information about the availability of the ordered goods in the Register of recorded notifications.
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