From September 23, Belarus introduces a ban on the export of a number of goods outside the state for six months. The published list includes more than 250 commodity nomenclature codes. Relevant document September 22 appeared on the national legal Internet portal.
“To establish a temporary ban on the export outside the Republic of Belarus to the member states of the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) of goods according to the list according to the appendix, regardless of the country of origin,” the resolution says.
At the same time, the innovation does not apply to products that are accompanied by a certificate of Belarusian or Russian origin, as well as to goods with a one-time export license.
The published list includes materials used in medicine, such as catgut, plaster, surgical threads, dental cements, preparations in the form of a gel for lubricating parts of the body during operations or research, disinfectants, disposable gowns, sheets and wipes.
In addition to them, there are many items made of vulcanized rubber on the list – these include nipples, sealing gaskets, washers, as well as various clothes.
Under the ban were glass containers: jugs, pots, jars, ampoules of various sizes, and containers made of ferrous metals.
The list also includes cranes, nuclear reactors, cars, industrial equipment, smartphones, CDs, and some home appliances such as washing machines and vacuum cleaners.
In addition, the list refers to lenses, mirrors, microscopes, lasers, drafting instruments, equipment for psychological tests that determine abilities, and plasticine for children’s modeling.