Crimean customs officers prevented two medals
In the course of customs control of the vehicle departing from the territory of the Russian Federation, among the personal belongings of a citizen of Russia officials Dzhankoy customs post revealed two medals. On the reverse the inscription “For valiant labor in the great Patriotic War of 1941-1945”. The second commemorative medal “Participant of the labor front. XXX years of victory in the great Patriotic War of 1941-1945”.
When crossing the border, a citizen of the passenger customs Declaration is not filed. Permits and other documents were missing.
To determine the historic and cultural values items, and for further proceedings, issued a decision on the direction of the medals on examination.
Cultural values, subject to the authorization procedure of export, named in section 2.20 of the Decision of Board of the Euroasian economic Commission from April 21, 2015 № 30 “About measures of non-tariff regulation”. Cultural values are different goods – vehicles constructed before 1 January 1951, paintings, sculptures, objects of decorative art, prints, created over 100 years ago and other Items of phaleristics (orders, medals, commemorative and award signs, badges, tokens, etc.), created over 50 years ago, is also included in the above list.
In accordance with the customs code of the EAEU goods in respect of which the prohibitions and restrictions, subject to customs Declaration and must be accompanied by permits.
The legislation of the Russian Federation on the export and import of cultural values identified that the purpose of the assignment (notezine) movable items to cultural values is examined.
If by results of examination it is established that the exported goods are cultural values for their export to a physical person for personal use must present the customs authority of the conclusion (permission document) issued by the Ministry of culture of the Russian Federation.
No statement of cultural values and the absence of the conclusion (permission document) is a violation of customs regulations and licensing procedure for export of such goods.
Irina Khvostenko, press Secretary of the Crimean customs