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Import Health Requirement:Eurasian Economic Commission
Eurasian Economic Commission
Moscow, January 30, 2020
Heads of Veterinary Services of foreign countries
The Federal Service for Veterinary and Phytosanitary Surveillance of the Russian Federation (Rosselkhoznadzor) informs that from January 24, 2020, the changes made on the basis of the work carried out at the site of the Eurasian Economic Commission to mitigate the requirements for the importation of leather raw materials into the territory of the Eurasian Economic Union into Chapter No. 33 Unified veterinary (veterinary and sanitary) requirements for goods subject to veterinary control (supervision) and included in the Common List of goods subject to veterinary control (supervision), approved by the Decision of the Commission of Customs Union from June 18, 2010. No. 317 (hereinafter referred to as Chapter No. 33), and the Unified form of the veterinary certificate for hides, horn and hoof, intestines, furs, sheep pelt, lambskin, wool, goat down hair, bristle, horsehair, and chicken, duck, goose and other poultry feathers and down feathers exported to the customs territory of the Eurasian Economic Union (hereinafter referred to as Certificate Form No. 32), approved by the Decision of the Customs Union Commission No. 607 of 07.04.2011 with subsequent amendments.
The updated Form of Certificate No. 32, accompanied by which it is possible to supply these goods to the Russian Federation, and Chapter No. 33 are attached (Appendix No. 1).
Until February 29, 2020, the import of regulated products into the Russian Federation is allowed, accompanied by a veterinary certificate of Form No. 32 in the old version without any changes.
In addition, please note that it is allowed to import into the Russian Federation the relevant regulated products according to veterinary certificates, initialed by the Russian Federation with exporting countries bilaterally and posted on the official website of the Rosselkhoznadzor (https://www.fsvps.ru/fsvps/importExport /vetlist.html).
We remind you that veterinary certificates for the importation of regulated products into the customs territory of the EAEU must be issued in Russian, as well as in the language of the exporting country and/or English. Forms of these veterinary certificates should be made in such a way as to minimize the possibility of falsification (use of special paper, watermarks, the presence of a printing number and other methods of protection)
Please accept, dear colleagues, the assurances of my highest consideration.
Appendix: on 5 p.
K. A. Savenkov
Federal Service for Veterinary and Phytosanitary Surveillance