The Baltic customs office informs the participants of foreign economic activity on the temporary procedure for granting certificates of origin of goods in terms of the spread of coronavirus infections 2019-nCov
From 18 April to 30 September 2020 when the customs Declaration could be electronic or paper copy of the certificate of origin of goods form “A” in case of import of goods included in the list of goods originating from developing countries or from least developed countries in respect of which import tariff preferences are granted (Decision of the Council of the Eurasian economic Commission dated 03.04.2020 No. 36).
The declarant, in case of impossibility of granting of the original certificate of origin forms “A”, shall have the right to provide a copy of the certificate or electronic form and must provide letters of commitment for the post of actual control with the savings box.
In case of impossibility of direct provision by the declarant of a copy of the certificate of origin of goods with a letter of commitment sends these documents electronically to the email addresses of the positions of actual control of the Baltic customs:
email@example.com – Turukhtanny customs post;
firstname.lastname@example.org customs post timber port;
email@example.com – custom post Bronka;
firstname.lastname@example.org – Harbour customs post;
email@example.com – Kronstadt customs post.
Test events holds the post of actual control on which documents provided by the declarant regardless of the actual location of the goods.
When declaring goods, the customs applicant shall indicate the details of the letters of commitment in box 44 of the Declaration of goods with the code of the document 09023. In the absence of details of the letter of engagement, the declarant must make a Declaration of goods information on request by officials of the Baltic CED, or independently, at the request of the declarant, by means of forms of adjustment of the goods Declaration (FTC).
Failure to submit letters of commitment by the declarant is the basis for refusal in granting of tariff preferences.
This procedure applies solely for the purpose of tariff preferences in respect of goods from developing and least developed countries on the basis of certificates of origin form “A”.
The order does not apply to the provision of non-preferential certificate of origin of General form to confirm the country of origin.
Reference: Decision of Council of Eurasian economic Commission dated April 3, 2020 n 36 “About modification of Rules of determination of origin of goods from developing and least developed countries and peculiarities of submission of certificate of origin in terms of the spread of coronavirus infections 2019-nCov”. The document is published on the official website of the Eurasian economic Commission www.eurasiancommission.org.
press Secretary of the Baltic customs