The Ministry of Industry and Trade has prepared measures to combat falsified goods until 2025

The Ministry of Industry and Trade has prepared and sent to the government a plan for the implementation of the strategy to combat illicit trafficking in industrial products until 2025, but controversies on certain measures of the plan remain with other departments, reported in the press service of the ministry to Interfax.

In February, Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin approved a five-year strategy to combat illegal trade in industrial products. The Ministry of Industry and Trade has been appointed responsible for its implementation. The Ministry had three months to prepare a plan for the implementation of the strategy.

‘When developing the draft plan, the proposals of the legislative authorities, federal executive authorities, authorities of the constituent entities of the Russian Federation, industry and public organizations, including the Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs, were taken into account. To date, all the procedures provided for coordination with the federal executive authorities have been completed. The draft plan was submitted to the government on May 6,’ reported the press service of the Ministry of Industry and Trade.

They did not name the specific proposals included in the plan.

‘Most of the activities of the draft plan are interdepartmental in nature, in order to coordinate the actions of all participants in regulation and control in various industries and trade, and the executors of the activities of the draft plan are usually several authorities,’ noted in the Ministry of Industry and Trade. ‘To date, disagreements of a number of departments on some of the activities of the draft plan have not been resolved, further conciliation procedures for these activities will be held at the site of the Government of the Russian Federation.’

The plan includes measures to improve legislation, coordinate the work of government bodies, develop and apply mechanisms to counteract the turnover of falsified products, develop a traceability system, introduce a monitoring system, harmonize the laws of the member States of the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU), and others.

Earlier it was reported that the strategy involves the development of a system of traceability of goods, the use of measures aimed at preventing the use of fake accompanying documents, countering illegal logistics schemes, including taking into account the development of online commerce.

In March, in addition to the strategy, the government approved the concept of monitoring and assessing the situation in the field of combating illegal trade in industrial products. In accordance with this concept, automated control of goods based on the State Industrial Information System will be launched in Russia by the end of 2022.

The priority industries for monitoring falsified products are food and light industry, pharmaceuticals, auto and aircraft industry, children's goods industry, chemical and electronic industry, agricultural engineering, construction industry and a number of others.

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