The obligation to label photographic equipment in Russia has entered into force

The obligation to label photographic equipment in Russia has entered into force The Federal Customs Service of Russia reminds that from October 1, the Russian Federation introduces mandatory marking of cameras, traditional flash lamps and xenon flash lamps (resolution of the Government of the Russian Federation of December 31, 2019. This obligation was introduced to protect the market against the influx of low-quality goods of this type. In recent years, the public has repeatedly learned about...


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The EEU Commission has made changes to the lists and rates of duty for enriched flour

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Amendments to the unified list of products that are subject to certification - changes regarding the certification of rolling stock in Russia

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  1. Deadline to introduce some of the standards for pyrotechnic products extended until 2023
  2. Extended recommendations for production certification during a coronavirus pandemic
  3. Additional standards regulating the safety of bottled drinking water have been introduced in EAEU
  4. The national accreditation system in Belarus complies with European and international requirements
  5. The system of importing and marking shoes has been integrated in Russia
  6. The Russian Ministry of Industry and Trade will issue permits for exporting masks outside of EAEU
  7. A larger number of products on the list of medical devices subject to preferential registration in Russia
  8. EAEU: 12 months of transition period before introducing changes to the regulations on food production
  9. Changes in the law regarding conformity assessment documents in the meat industry in EAEU
  10. Revised Technical Regulation on perfumery and cosmetic products
  11. EAEU prohibits export and import of masks, half masks and respirators on the territory of the Eurasian Economic Union
  12. A unified register of radio-electronic equipment and high-frequency devices approved for importation is being created at the EEU
  13. The EEU has decided on the classification of electrical connectors according to the Harmonized System
  14. New categories of genetically modified products and organisms that are not subject to state registration in Russia
  15. 362 state standards for achieving sustainable development goals will be developed in Belarus
  16. End of transitional period - new rules apply for hazardous substances used in electronic and electrical devices
  17. The obligation to label shoes in Russia is postponed until July 2020
  18. The Eurasian Economic Commission is entering a new stage of cooperation with the European Commission
  19. The decision on the labeling of drinking water was postponed to December 2019
  20. The beginning of mandatory labeling of dairy products in Russia is scheduled for June 1, 2020
  21. Information about compliance documents for reporting crude oil in a customs process
  22. Changes to the regulations regarding the safety of wheeled vehicles
  23. Additional labeling requirements for products using genetically modified organisms (GMOs)
  24. The Ukrainian government has expanded the list of Russian goods banned for import
  25. New EAEU technical regulation ‘On safety of packaged drinking water, including natural mineral water’
  26. The Eurasian Economic Union Committee is considering changes to technical regulations 019/2011, 033/2013, 040/2016.
  27. Russia adopted a ban on the import of many Ukrainian goods
  28. On July 1, 2018, a new procedure for registration, suspension, renewal, and termination of the declaration of the conformity of the products with the Requirements of Technical Regulations entered into force.
  29. Specific groups of products and meals are no longer subject to accompanying veterinary documents in Russia.
  30. On July 16, 2018, changes to the technical regulations for milk and dairy products entered into force in the Eurasian Economic Union.
  31. Technical regulation "Means of telecommunication. Security” was approved in the Republic of Belarus.
  32. Ukraine approve Plan for the development of technical regulations for 2018-2019.
  33. The Eurasian Economic Commission applied lists of standards for attractions.
  34. Russia informed about features of transitional provisions for new Customs Code toward goods transported in an unassembled or disassembled state.
  35. The Eurasian Economic Commission edited lists of standards for toys.
  36. The Eurasian Economic Commission has adopted transitional provisions of the technical regulation for means of fire safety and fire extinguishing.
  37. Eurasian Economic Commission adopted order of forming and keeping the unified register of certificates and declarations of conformity.
  38. Only chewing and snuff tobacco was included in the list of tobacco products subject to mandatory confirmation of compliance when placed under the customs procedures.
  39. Agreement on labelling goods with the means of identification was approved in the Eurasian Economic Union.
  40. Eurasian Economic Union adopted transitional provisions of the Technical Regulation for packaged drinking water.
  41. Revision of the lists of standards with requirements for lubricants, oils, and special fluids.
  42. Changes in lists of standards used for technical regulation of perfumes and cosmetics.
  43. Eurasian Economic Union scheduled development of 21 interstate standards for wheeled vehicles.
  44. Standards for electrical and electronic products were applied in the Eurasian Economic Union.
  45. Fish and fish products became subject of uniform hygienic requirements.
  46. New standards for fish and fish products were passed in the Eurasian Economic Union.
  47. The Eurasian Economic Commission and India started legal negotiations about free trade agreement
  48. Changes in the technical regulation of Customs Union about “Requirements on greases, oils and special fluids” (CU TR 030/2012)
  49. EurAsEC transitional provisions about “Requirements on mineral fertilizers” (TR EAC 039/2016)
  50. EurAsEC transitional provisions about “Safety of fish and fish products” (TR EAC 040/2016)
  51. Decision №54 about changes in certain resolutions of the Eurasian Economic Commission from May 16, 2017
  52. EurAsEC developed solutions for a complete launch of the EAEU Customs Code.
  53. Decisions on technical regulations were adopted at the Council of the EurAsEC (05.03.2017)
  54. Changes to the CU technical regulation on children’s products (CU TR 007/2011) have been approved.
  55. EurAsEC to advise the Kyrgyz Republic on the application of technical regulations of the Customs Union
  56. Collaboration between EurAsEC and Mongolia enhances quality of the exported goods.
  57. Decision on transitional provisions about “Requirements for liquefied hydrocarbon gas to be used as fuel”
  58. Changes in “Safety of perfumery and cosmetic products” CU TR 009/2011 from January 25, 2017
  59. Eurasian Economic Commission plans to call off GOST standards for cigarettes after November 2017
  60. Technical regulation about “Safety of fish and fish products” comes into force after September 1, 2017
  61. Modifications in CU TR 008/2011 about “Safety of toys” - CQC sp. z o.o.
  62. Changes in EAC Regulations for explosives - CQC sp. z o.o.
  63. TR EAC 040/2016 “Safety of fish and fish products” - CQC sp. z o.o.
  64. “Safety of railway rolling stock” changes - CQC sp. z o.o.
  65. Changes towards the decision about “Safety of toys” - CQC sp. z o.o.
  66. TR EAC 037/2016 transitional provisions
  67. Eurasian Economic Commission about classification and registration of small size vessels
  68. Changes in the “Safety of highways” CU TR 014/2011
  69. Template of the certificate for CU TR 010/2011 is updated - CQC sp. z o.o.
  70. Licenses for export in Customs Union will not expire prior the validity period
  71. Concerning the old certificates for machinery 010/2011 - CQC sp. z o.o.
  72. Changes in EAC regulations 020/2011 "EMC"- certificator.eu
  73. Changes in EAC regulations on safety of light industry products.
  74. About the transitional provisions of the 36/2016 of EAC TR
  75. Moving certification from CU TR to EAC TR
  76. Changes in Customs Union Technical regulations 007/2011
  77. Technical Regulations in Customs Union
  78. Amendments to adoption of Technical Regulations
  79. Draft of the amendments to CU TR 017/2011 was published.
  80. Development of technical regulations of the Eurasian Economic Union
  81. Amendments to CU TR 009/2011 on safety of cosmetics
  82. Customs Union Technical Regulations 035/2014 on safety of tobacco products came into force.
  83. List of products subject to conformity compliance according to CU TR 031/2012 safety of tractors
  84. Regarding the validity of declarations for cosmetic products.
  85. Amendments to CU TR 008/2011 on safety of toys.
  86. Changes in CU TR 009/2011 on safety of cosmetics will come into force from January 2017
  87. Eurasian EAC mark for medical products were established.
  88. Cement products are in mandatory GOST R certification now.
  89. Our FAQ section is updated to include new terms.
  90. List of products subject to conformity compliance according to CU TR 018/2011 safety of wheeled transport.
  91. Kyrgyz parliament ratified the documents on the country's accession to the EEU.
  92. New Customs Union Technical Regulations from February 2015
  93. Old Russian Technical Regulations certificates are no longer valid.
  94. Armenia joined EEU.
  95. Customs Union Technical Regulations on safety of wheeled transport came into force
  96. Railway technical regulations from August 2014
  97. Ban of certain products for export to Russia.
  98. 2 new Customs Union Technical Regulations came into force from July 2014
  99. Customs Union Technical regulations on safety of juices - list is published.
  100. 2 new Customs Union Technical Regulations came into force.