Russian Federation customs seized 20 tons of illegally imported fresh pears
By: Date: 2021-01-05 Categories: Internationalfood Tags: ,
Food Partner Network News The official website of the Russian Federal Customs Administration reported on December 31:The Anti-Smuggling Administration of the Russian Federal Customs Administration and Moscow local customs officers jointly seized 20 tons of imported and smuggled Polish fresh pears.

It is reported that the above-mentioned smuggled products are transported in the name of industrial chemicals. The offenders imported various goods through the Republic of Belarus and were released through normal customs procedures using forged bills of lading to arrive in Russia within the trade framework of the Eurasian Economic Union countries. The products are planned to be relabeled. And use forged documents to sell on the Russian market.

At present, the above-mentioned goods have been detained by the Russian customs authorities, and those who violate the law will be subject to multiple administrative lawsuits.

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