In particular, these changes clarify that navigation devices (seals) are obligatory::
when goods are imported into Belarus by road from the territories of Latvia, Lithuania and Poland, as well as in the case of empty international road transport vehicles registered in the European Union;
in road transport goods of high risk as listed in Annex A to the European Agreement concerning the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Road (ADR) (spreadsheet 220.127.116.11.2 and 18.104.22.168.3) placed under the customs transit procedure.
According to the current legislation, navigation devices (seals) are now obligatory when goods are imported into the Republic of Belarus by road from the territories of the Republic of Latvia, the Republic of Lithuania and the Republic of Poland, as well as in respect of empty international road transport vehicles registered in the European Union.
The list of the goods that are not subject to these requirements has been amended. They now include:
goods transported under the customs procedure of customs transit by road from the Kaliningrad region of the Russian Federation to the Republic of Belarus through the territory of the Republic of Latvia, the Republic of Lithuania and the Republic of Poland;
heavy and/or oversized vehicles, the transit of which is allowed with a special permit;
live animals and hatching eggs;
foreign donations placed under the customs transit procedure, if the customs office of departure and the customs office of destination are the customs offices of the Republic of Belarus;
goods for personal use, transported in accompanied baggage, including vehicles for personal use, traveling alone;
goods imported into Belarus through the Belarusian-Russian section of the state border of the Republic of Belarus.
The decree will come into force after its official publication.