Vladimir Putin ratified a protocol between Russia and South Ossetia on the regime of trade in goods

Mon, 04/11/2019 - 21:30

Russian President Vladimir Putin signed the law on ratification of the protocol, providing for amendments to the intergovernmental agreement with South Ossetia on the regime of trade in goods. The document was published on Monday on the official Internet portal of legal information, TASS reports.

The agreement governing the issues of duty-free mutual trade in goods was signed on March 2, 2012, and the protocol to it was signed on May 6, 2019 in Tskhinval in accordance with the order of the government of the Russian Federation.

The document establishes that the declaration of diesel fuel exported from the territory of the Russian Federation to South Ossetia, motor gasolines with an octane rating of less than 95, as well as oil bitumen, is carried out without applying the temporary periodic customs declaration established by the legislation of the Russian Federation. Thus, a temporary customs declaration indicating the approximate quantity of goods and the conditional customs value cannot be submitted for these goods. As stipulated in the accompanying documents to the law, this provision will not affect natural gas.

At the same time, temporary customs declarations filed earlier in accordance with the protocol for relevant goods for which the actual export was not made are considered not to have been filed.

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