40% decrease in the trade turnover between Buryatia and the countries of the EAEU from the beginning of 2020

About 6 million USD was trade turnover of the Republic of Buryatia with the EAEU countries in the 1st half of 2020. In comparison with the same period in 2019, the volume of trade decreased by 40%. Decreased and the number of participants engaged in mutual trade.

The most active trade was conducted with Kazakhstan, making of total 74%, in second place – Belarus (about 21%), the third – Kyrgyzstan (4.5%) and in fourth Armenia.

In trade with Kazakhstan is still dominated by exports, where the main product was paper and cardboard and live animals. Imports are represented by products from ferrous metals, machinery and equipment, fruits and nuts.

In trade with Belarus, on the contrary, a large part is imported, which is represented by the food and perfumery-cosmetic means. From the Buryat Republic to Belarus mainly exported paper and paperboard, machinery products.

Armenia exported electrical machinery and equipment and parts thereof, dairy products and fertilizer.

From Kyrgyzstan to the Republic of Buryatia imported garments.

In the 1st half of 2020, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Armenia and Kyrgyzstan traded 27 traders from the Republic of Buryatia, who submitted 109 statistical forms of the account of movement of goods in mutual trade. In the 1st half of 2019 participants was 34. While the Buryat customs found 53 violations of the procedure of submission of statistical forms (in the 1st half of 2019, these violations were 3). Collected 30 thousand rubles of fines issued 45 warnings.


The countries of the Eurasian economic Union (EEU): Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Armenia.

Participants in mutual trade with the countries of the EAEU have the obligation to submit to customs authorities of statistical forms of the account of movement of goods. According to the Federal law from December 28, 2016 No. 510-FZ “On amending articles 12 and 104 of the Federal law “On customs regulation in the Russian Federation” and the Russian Code of administrative offences” failure to submit or late submission to the customs authorities of statistical forms, as well as the submission of statistical forms containing inaccurate information, shall entail the imposition of an administrative fine on officials in the amount from 10 to 15 thousand rubles; on legal entities – from 20 to 50 thousand rubles. When re-committing an administrative offense – for officials in the amount from 20 to 30 thousand rubles; on legal entities – from 50 to 100 thousand rubles.

Evgeny Kurbatov

press Secretary of the Buryat customs

tel: (3012) 28 90 78