Customs officers in the far East have stopped the illegal export of more than 100 tons of scrap metal nuclear submarine
Customs officers in the far East have stopped the illegal export of more than 100 tons of scrap metal in a nuclear submarine
106 tons of scrap metals recycled nuclear submarine was detained by the staff of the far Eastern operative customs and Border Department of the FSB of Russia for the Primorye territory when it attempts to export to China without a license.
Was in Vladivostok, the company in 2018, filed in the Vladivostok center of electronic Declaration (CED) Declaration on the export of four containers of ferrous scrap. During the inspection the customs officers found that under the usual scrap, the attackers were trying to export steel, obtained by cutting the hull of the submarine.
Scrap steel this brand belongs to the metals by melting and subsequent forging can be reused when creating military equipment. The movement of such products across the border is possible only under license of the Federal service for military-technical cooperation (FSMTC of Russia). The license is issued by specialised state institutions in the prescribed manner the right to exercise foreign trade activities in respect of such products. This company is the exporter in FSMTC of Russia a license is not addressed.
It was found that the scrap metal purchased at the shipyard facility in the auction. For participation the Director of an export company took the license of the company, has permission to participate in such auction.
Far Eastern operational customs initiated against the Director of an export company, a criminal case under part 1 of article 226.1 of the criminal code.
In accordance with the decree of the President of the Russian Federation dated 10.09.2005 № 1062 movement of military goods across the border of Russia is carried out under licenses issued by the Federal service for military-technical cooperation.