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Minsk bans import of Skoda auto, Liqui Moly and Beiersdorf products

The government of Belarus introduced sanctions measures and banned the import of well-known brands - Skoda auto, Liqui Moly and Beiersdorf into the territory of the republic.

The list of prohibited goods includes products of the groups of companies Liqui Moly, Skoda auto and Beiersdorf (trademarks Nivea, Eucerin, La Prairie, Labello, Hansaplast, Florena, "8X4", Skin Stories, Gammon, Tesa, Chaul, Coppertone, Hidrofugal, Stop The Water While Using Me!), According to the press service of the government.

The document emphasizes that the resolution was adopted "to ensure the protection of national interests, taking into account unfriendly actions towards the Belarusian people."

The ban comes into force 10 days after the official publication of the decree and is valid for 6 months.

In accordance with the document, in the event that prohibited goods are detected when imported into Belarus, such goods will be subject to re-export from the territory of the country.

If prohibited goods are identified in retail outlets, markets, exhibitions, fairs, in online stores, persons engaged in such trade will be issued an order to ban the sale.

The ban does not apply to imported goods for personal use, as well as vehicles that are registered in the EAEU member states or are temporarily imported into the customs territory of the EAEU. At the same time, "persons who violate the ban on the import of prohibited goods into Belarus and their sale will be held accountable in accordance with the law."

The document also limits the procedure for the sale of the remnants of prohibited goods imported into Belarus before the entry into force of the decree.

On March 30, the President of Belarus signed a decree "On the Application of Special Measures", which provides for the introduction of a ban on the import into the territory of Belarus and the sale on its territory of goods, the country of origin of which is the state that has applied sanctions against Belarusian companies or individuals.

In accordance with the decree, the government is empowered to approve the list of goods and producers to which sanctions are applied.

Interfax