Belarusian customs posts on the border with Russia resumed their work. Customs officers again inspect and pass trucks from the Russian Federation.
This was reported by the representative of the press service of the Russian Federal Customs Service (FCS), Elena Grach, noting that Russian customs officers are not inspecting cargo transport going to Belarus.
Today, the State Customs Committee denied reports of traffic jam, stating that it takes 10 minutes for each truck at customs officers.At the same time, the representative of the department stressed that a special control event was taking place at the Belarusian-Russian border.
Russian-Belarusian conflict on the background of sanctionsIn November, the Rosselkhoznadzor limited deliveries of meat and dairy products to the Russian Federation to 19 Belarusian enterprises. According to the official version, dangerous microorganisms and antibiotics were found in the goods.
In addition, on November 30, the Rosselkhoznadzor banned the transit through the territory of the Russian Federation of goods from Belarus intended for third countries, in particular Kazakhstan. The authorities stated that banned European products are being imported into Russia in this way.
The editors of uznayvse.ru recall that in August the Russian government announced a food embargo for a year, in response to sanctions banning the importation of large food products and agricultural products from the United States and Europe.