Head of “SR-ZP” Mironov: a draft was submitted to the State Duma to simplify the rules for the delivery of goods to Donbass
MOSCOW, 13 July – RIA Novosti. Deputies of the “SR-ZP” submitted to the Duma a draft on the simplification of the rules for the delivery of goods to the Donbass, based on the rules of the Eurasian Economic Union, knowledgeable party leader Sergei Mironov.
The parliamentarian noted that at the end of May, he had sent a letter to Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin requesting to settle things at customs with the transport of goods to Donbass.
In all regions, “SR-ZP” activists and the party’s youth branch raised funds to purchase humanitarian aid, radios and body armor, but said customs did not allow goods through.
“The authorities referred to some customs rules, but I think there was no real problem. The situation can be characterized as real sabotage,” Mironov said. Said.
Now some of the problems have been resolved, but to speed up integration with the DPR and LPR, the deputies of the Duma faction “SR-ZP” prepared this bill.
“In our opinion, the import and export of goods from Russia must be carried out according to the rules of the DPR and LPR, the Eurasian Economic Union. These rules do not imply the opening of civil cargoes and customs control. This case is carried out according to a simplified procedure. To cross the border, the escort must submit to the customs officer of the goods. “It will be enough to show the documents regarding the transportation and there will be no problem crossing the border,” he said. .
He also noted that it is particularly important to simplify the rules for crossing the border in order to reduce the time for food and medicine delivery to Donbass.
“The DPR and LPR are waiting for help from Russia, and frankly, people do not understand why the internal rules of Russian customs slow down all logistics. Russian assistance is needed to restore the territories and accelerate integration with Russia. DPR and LPR are our bill on the introduction of a simplified procedure for the inspection of goods. We have to pass.” said.
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