"The customs authorities will carry out sanitary-quarantine, quarantine phytosanitary and veterinary control (supervision) of goods, including those moved by individuals, at a number of checkpoints across the state border of the Russian Federation in the framework of the experiment until January 1, 2022", the report said.
In particular, this applies to road checkpoints "Vartsilya" in Karelia on the border with Finland, "Shumilkino" in Pskov region on the border with Estonia and "Yagar-Kazmalar" in Dagestan on the border with Azerbaijan.
"Since March 15, 2019 at these checkpoints the customs authorities carry out sanitary and quarantine control; since July 5, 2019 – veterinary control; since August 19, 2019 – quarantine phytosanitary control", – specify in the Department.
The customs authorities will register the taken decisions in electronic form in the Unified automated information system of the Customs authorities and send them to the Rosselkhoznadzor and the Rospotrebnadzor through the system of interdepartmental electronic interaction, the FCS adds.
"The taken decision will be put down on the shipping documents of the carrier with the use of new stamps, the list of which is approved by the legislation. After completion of the software, the carrier will be able to obtain decisions in electronic form through the service "Personal account of the foreign trade participant", – added in the FCS.