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´╗┐Agreement on common terms for transit through the territory of the Customs Union member

Source: http://www.basel.int/Portals/4/Basel%20Convention/docs/article11/cis-customs.doc

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Entered into force on January 4, 1999

The Government of the Republic of Belarus, the Government of the Republic of Kazakhstan, the Government of the Kyrgyz Republic and the Government of the Russian Federation, hereinafter referred to as the Parties,

Taking into account the current customs laws of the Commonwealth of Independent States on 10 February 1995,

Reaffirming its commitment to the principles of freedom of transit

Recognizing the need to facilitate international transportation by all modes of transport through the harmonization and unification of customs procedures without compromising the national interests of each of the parties to this Agreement,

Considering that the improvement of transportation is one of the essential factors in the development of cooperation

Reaffirming the principles set out in the 1995 Agreement on Customs Union

Have agreed as follows.

Article 1

In this Agreement, the terms defined in accordance with the basis of customs laws of the Commonwealth of Independent States on 10 February 1995.

Article 2

Goods being transported through the territories of the parties to this Agreement shall be:

- Remain unchanged, except for normal wear and tear or loss under normal conditions of transport and storage;

- Not be used for any other purpose, except for transit;

- Delivered to the customs office of destination within the deadline set by the customs authority of departure based on the capabilities of the vehicle, the planned route and other transport conditions, but not exceeding the time limit is determined by calculating two thousand kilometers a month.

Article 3

Goods, and vehicles transporting these goods in this article (the goods in transit) when moving:

of third-country nationals to the territory of any of the parties to this Agreement through at least one other State Party to this Agreement;

from the territory of any of the parties to this Agreement to third countries through the territory of at least one other State Party to this Agreement;

from one State Party to this Agreement to another State Party to this Agreement through at least one of a State Party to this Agreement,

released in transit States Parties to this Agreement, from the payment of customs duties, taxes and customs clearance fees as well as the application of any policy actions.

Article 4

The customs authorities of the Parties may apply to goods moving between states that are not participating in this Agreement, through at least one of the States Parties to this Agreement measures to ensure compliance with national legislation.

Article 5

The products described in Appendix 1 to this Agreement, is prohibited for transit through the territory of any Party.

Products listed in Annex 2 to this Agreement shall be allowed to transit through the territory of any of the parties to this Agreement, subject to transit permits issued by the competent authorities of those States Parties to this Agreement, a route of transportation.

The customs authorities of the Parties shall have the right to take measures to ensure compliance with national customs legislation for the transit of goods through their territory.

Article 6

Facilities and services necessary to ensure the transit provided by the carrier in transit States on terms not worse than those in which the same facilities and services are provided to national exporters, importers, and carriers.

Article 7

Intersection and transit goods carrying vehicle borders of the Customs Union member states are allowed in places determined by the customs authorities of the State in consultation with the competent authorities of the parties to this Agreement in the field of transport.

The Parties shall instruct the customs authorities within three months from the date of signing of this Agreement to exchange lists of an established crossing and transit goods carrying vehicle borders of the Customs Union.

Transit of goods through the territory of any of the parties to this Agreement may be carried out on any routes and directions, unless otherwise provided by national law of that State.

Article 8

Transhipment of goods in transit to other vehicles, including the fragmentation of parties, is made in places determined in each case by the customs authorities of the States Parties to this Agreement.

The customs authorities of the States Parties to this Agreement mutually recognize the means of identification of goods in transit, as well as the documents required for the control of transit of goods and vehicles. The Parties shall instruct the customs authorities of their countries within three months to exchange samples of identification, as well as the documents required for the control of transit of goods and vehicles.

Article 9

In case of interruption of transit due to force majeure applies order established rules of national law of a State Party to this Agreement, in which there was an interruption of transit.

Article 10

The parties shall instruct their central customs authorities within three months after the signing of this Agreement, prepare and adopt a four-undernamed documents:

Regulation on the procedure of customs clearance of goods carried under customs control over the territory of the Customs Union member states;

Regulations on the Customs Union customs carriers;

Regulations on Customs escort in the territory of the Customs Union.

Coordination of the work under this Article shall rest on the Integration Committee.

Article 11

The Parties may, by mutual agreement, to make additions to this Agreement and the changes that will be issued in the form of protocols and applications are an integral part of this Agreement.

Article 12

Disputes and differences in the interpretation and application of this Agreement will be resolved through negotiations and consultations between the Parties, considering them as necessary for the Integration Committee, and in case of a negotiated solution - the Council of Heads of Government of the Interstate Council. Decision of the Council of Heads of Government shall be final and binding of all parties.

Article 13

This Agreement shall be open for accession by any State which has acceded to the Agreement on the Customs Union, recognizes the provisions of this Agreement shall be valid at the time of accession, and is willing to carry them to the full.

Article 14

This Agreement shall be applied provisionally from the date of signature and shall enter into force upon the deposit of the last notification of the Parties to all necessary internal procedures.

Depositary of this Agreement Integration Committee.

Article 15

Either party may withdraw from this Agreement by giving written notice to the Depositary of its intention not less than twelve months before the release, has fulfilled its obligations, adopted in accordance with this Agreement.

Done in Moscow on January 22, 1998 in one original copy in Russian.

The original copy is kept in the Committee, which will forward to each State Party to this Agreement, a certified copy.

For the Government of the Kyrguz Republic

For the Government of the Russian Federation

For the Government of the Republic of Belarus

For the Government of Kazakhstan

S.Ling N.Balgimbaev A.Dzhumagulov Chernomyrdin

Appendix N 1

the Agreement on the same conditions

transit through

of the Customs Union

LIST

hazardous waste, which is prohibited in transit *)

: -------: ------------- ---- -: -------:

: Code of the form: Name of the type of waste: Species code: Species code:

: Waste :: waste: waste:

By: HS :: by class: the class:

::: Fication: fication:

::: Basel: Economic:

::: Tion: cooperation:

::: Convention: and development:

: -------: ------------- ---- -: -------:

1: 2: 3: 4:

: -------: ------------- ---- -: -------:

7019 90 Waste of fiberglass

similar in

physicochemical

characteristics

Asbestos RB020 **)

00 of 2524 asbestos waste and dust Y36 RB010

Other dust containing

non-ferrous metals: Y17

of magnesium dust 810490000

of titanium dust 810890000

of vanadium dust 811240900

8539 of spent mercury

lamps and fluorescent

tube Y29

Metal sludge:

2620 of 90 sludges from manganese

production

electrolytic

manganese dioxide

2620 of 90 mercury-selenium sludge

of sulfuric

acid Y25

Waste containing

Thorium:

284430550 waste of thorium

Chemical and Metallurgical

production

90 of 2620 with a thorium content of the sludge

from the production of products

thoriated

Tungsten

Solid mineral

with hazardous waste

impurities, specific

for this

production:

280480000 of cake arsenic

copper Y24

280480000 of cake arsenic-K

tin production Y24

280480000 from waste

calcium arsenate

lead production Y24

262090100 of galvanic sludge,

nickel-

Electroplating sludge:

2837 of cyanide Y33

of chromium-containing 2819

(Compounds

hexavalent chromium) Y21

262030000 from the copper-containing Y22

of zinc-containing Y23 262019000

of cobalt 262090990

262090990 of cadmium-Y26

hydroxide sludge from 262090100

lead, nickel, Y31

262020000 of cadmium Y26

of 262090990

from 2620 containing waste

Connections:

Cadmium Y26

Nickel

chromium Y21

tin

Lead Y31

Vanadium

Copper Y22

other heavy metals

2915 39 Waste of chloride

aluminum-doped

acetophenone Y15

of ammonia solutions for 281420000

etching copper

(Waste) Y22

280610000 from acids and acid mixtures

with impurities,

specific to

this production,

waste solutions,

pickling rolling

and metal shops Y34

20 of 2815 Alkalies and alkaline mixture

with impurities,

specific to

this production

(Etching,

degreasing and so

hereinafter) Y35

3808 Means of treatment

plants and protect them

from pests

(Coming out of the

use) Y45

Waste from the production of 3808

processing tools

protection of plants and

them from pests Y45

90 of 2713 Sour Gum, sour

tar Y11 RA020

of 2713 90 acid sludge from cleaning

oils containing sulfuric

acid, gummed

sulphonated

compounds Y11

90 of 2713 on the acid sludge

production

sulfonate additive

(Sulfonation white

oils) containing

sulfuric acid,

heavy organic

sulfonates Y11

of 2713 90 acid sludge from cleaning

aromatic

hydrocarbons

containing sulfuric

acid, aromatic

connection

sulfonic Y11

of 2713 90 acid sludge from cleaning

paraffins containing

sulfuric acid,

organic compounds Y11

90 of 2713 Smolka sour

Kraft offices

distillation plant

Benzene Coke

production Y11

of 2902 residues of

acidic resin Y11 RA020

Sludge from 2912 coke and gas

plants

270600000 Fusy of resinous

(Waste recycling

shale) containing

phenol Y39

381111100 from sludges containing

tetraethyl

(Antiknock

additives) Y31 RC030

2850 00 of the sorbent with an admixture

arsine and phosphine Y24

293219000 of polychlorinated

dibenzofuran and other

its related

compounds Y43 RC010

2934 of 90 polychlorinated

dibenzodioxins

(Dioxin) and other

its related

compounds Y44 RC020

2903 Waste of organofluorine

connections

production

hydrobromic

acid Y45

2903 of 69 Polychlorinated

3404 of 90 biphenyls,

382490900 of terphenyls,

polybrominated

biphenyls,

contaminated with

liquid or

solvents, and

substances and articles

containing them (in

concentration

50 mg / kg or more) Y10 RC010

Waste from the production of 2903

chlorinated acids Y45

of 2903 gummed brom

synthesis of Y45

2912 production of gummed

phthalic anhydride Y12

9018 of 31 medical waste

32 out of 9018 received

of 7017 as a result of medical

5601 of 10 care

for patients in the medical

institutions

(Hospitals, clinics

and other similar

institutions) Y1

Waste from the production of 2930

Pharmaceutical

output Y2

Unused of 2936

from late 2937

of drugs and medicines in 2941 Y3

from 3001-3006

Waste materials from the 2939 and

applications

phytopharmaceuticals

medicines Y4

270600000 of Industrial waste

preservatives

Wood Y5

Waste from the production of 2902

of 2903 and of

2905-2909 of organic

solvents Y6

2710 Waste of mineral

Y8 oil

Waste chemical

substances obtained

During the

research

development or teaching

process, the nature of

which are not identified

and / or that are

new and whose effects

per person and / or

the environment are not

known Y14

_____________________________________________

*) Belongs to the list of product wastes as its code for HS, and his name (physical and chemical characteristics)

**) Here and code the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development consists of two letters followed by a number. The first indicates the list: G (Green) - Green, Y (Yellow) - Yellow, R (Red) - red, the second - the category of waste

Appendix N 2

the Agreement on the same conditions

transit through

of the Customs Union

LIST

hazardous waste transboundary movements which

* subject to regulation)

: -------: --------------: --- --: ------:

: Code of the form: Name of the type of waste: Species code: Species code:

: Waste :: waste: waste:

By: HS :: by class: the class:

::: Fication: fication:

::: Basel: Organization:

::: Tion: economic:

::: Convention: who co-:

:::: Operation and:

:::: Development:

: -------: --------------: --- --: ------:

1: 2: 3: 4:

: -------: --------------: --- --: ------:

from 0501 00 000 human waste

GO010 hair **)

0502 Waste of bristles GN010

from 0503 00 000 Waste horsehair GN020

from 0505 90 000 Waste feathers GN030

from 0506 90 000 Waste of bones and horns

Animal GM100

0511 91 Waste from the processing of fish and

other seafood GM110

1522 00 Degras; residues

treatment of fatty substances

or vegetable waxes

or animal

Origin GM090

from 2514 00 000 Waste oil shale,

roughly stripped or

just cut

sawing or otherwise GD020

2525 30 000 Waste mica GD030

from 2529 30 000 Waste leucite, nepheline

or nepheline syenite GD040

from 2529 10 000 Waste feldspar GD050

2618 00 000 Granulated slag

formed at

the production of iron

and steel GC060

of 2619 00 cupola slag YA010

of 2619 00 Slags electric GC070

2619 of 00 blast-furnace slag

00 of 2619 BOF slag

of 2619 00 Other steel

slag

00 out of 2619 steel salamander

production

00 out of 2619 steel Sludge

2619 of 00 sludges from rolling

2619 of 00 sludges from casting

2620 11 000 Garttsink (tsinkozhelezny

alloy) Y23 GB010

from 2620 19 000 Zinc slag Y23 GB025

from 2620 19 000 Zinc slurry Y23

from 2620 20 000 Renting lead Y31 YA030

from 2620 20 000 Y31 lead dross

from 2620 20 000 Sludge lead Y31

of 2620 90 Other metal

sludges YA040

from 2620 40 000 will eat a light metal

containing aluminum YA050

from 2620 40 000 Salt slag containing

aluminum

from 2620 50 000 Remains of cleaning boilers YA060

90 of 2620 PICKUP light metal

containing magnesium YA070

90 out of 2620 Salt slag

containing magnesium

2620 of 90 magnesium oxide slurry

Sludge from 2837 of cyanide,

clamping

(Hardening) baths Y7

from 2805 40 900 Mercury-containing residues:

mercury on graphite

mercury on activated

angle Y29

from 2621 00 000 Coal Ash GG030

from 2621 00 000 boiler slag GG030

from 2621 00 000 Remains Solid

of saline

dymoulavlivayuschih

devices

combustion units with

traditional fuels

(Without reactive gypsum) Y18

262100000 of the fly ash and dust

combustion installations Y18 GG040

262100000 of Wastes from the electrolysis

Melt YB010

262100000 from the slag and ash from plants

Waste Incineration

262100000 from fly ash and dust from the

incinerators

Waste

262100000 from the slag and ash pyrolysis

installations Y11

262100000 from the slag from the production of

copper, chemically

stabilized, with

high

iron (over 20%) and

processed in

According to

industry standards GG080

262100000 of neutralized red

Clay from the production

Alumina GG110

90 of 2713 Sludge coke

and gas plants YC010

2803 00 of activated carbon

(Exhaust) GG060

50 of 2804 tellurium waste Y28 GA410

280480000 of arsenic-containing waste Y24 YA090

of selenium-containing waste 280490000 Y25 GA400

281122000 Waste of silica

solid, except

used in foundry

production GD070

of 2844 30 Waste and scrap of thorium GA390

310320000 Basic slag

formed at

iron and

steel suitable for

phosphate fertilizers and

other use GG070

of 3912 20 Waste from the processing of

Cellulose

(Nitrocellulose) YC100

3915 Waste and scrap scraps

Plastics: GH010

391510000 of polyethylene GH011

391520000 of polystyrene

polystyrene foam GH012

391530000 of PVC and

foam at its base GH013

3915 of 90 tsellyuloida, photo and

film

3915 of 90 PET

Film

3915 of 90 polyurethane

polyurethane foam

3915 of 90 polyamides

polycarbonates

3915 of 90 polyacrylates Plexiglas GH014

3915 of 90 polyvinyl

3915 of 90 PVA

90 of 3915 polyolefins

3915 of 90 polypropylene

3915 of 90 fluorinated plastics Y45

3915 of 90 acrylonitrile

3915 of 90 butadiene copolymers

3915 of 90 styrene

90 of 3915 Pocan

3915 of 90 polietilensulfidov

polisiloksalanov

(Silicones)

3915 of 90 polymethylmethacrylate

3915 of 90 polivinilbutirola

3915 of 90 phenolic resins

and melamine Y13 GH015

90 of 3915 epoxy resins

3915 of 90 pitches

karbamidformaldegidnyh

90 of 3915 alkyd resins

400400000 waste and scrap rubber GK010

400400000 Other waste

rubber products GK010

4012 20 tires old, worn

401390900 cameras, tires GK020

4017 00 Waste and scrap of hard

Rubber GK030

411000000 of sludge from wastewater

water leather

enterprises YC180

411000000 Mezdra of raw materials, volevaya

Trimmings of 411000000 spilkovye

411000000 of trimming on the boundary

chrome parts

and tanned

semifinished

chrome shavings

5505 Waste of artificial

fiber: GJ110

5505 10 100 polyamide GJ111

5505 10 300 polyester

5505 10 500 polyacrylic

550520000 from cellulosic GJ112

7001 00 Waste of glass from

production of lamps,

tubes and other

products containing

specific impurities YB040

of lead-containing wastes 780200000 Y31 GA150

of zinc-containing waste 790200000 Y23 GA160

800200000 from tinny waste GA170

810191900 of tungsten

waste GA180

of molybdenum-containing wastes 810291900 GA190

810310900 of tantalum waste GA200

810420000 of magnesium waste GA210

810510900 of cobalt waste GA220

810600100 of bismuth waste GA230

810710900 of cadmium waste Y26 GA240

of titanium-containing wastes 810810900 GA250

810910900 of zirconium waste GA260

811000190 Waste of antimony Y27 GA270

811100190 of manganese waste GA280

811211900 of waste and scrap beryllium Y20 GA290

811220390 of chromium waste Y21 GA300

811230400 of waste and scrap GA310 germany

811240190 of vanadium waste and scrap GA320

811291100 of waste and scrap GA330 hafnium

811291500 of waste and scrap GA340 India

811299300 of waste and scrap GA350 niobium

811291900 of waste and scrap of thallium Y30 GA380

890800000 of Vessels and other floating

design for

separation, carefully

emptied of

content and other

materials generated

during operation of the vessel,

that can be

classified

hazardous substances or

waste GC030

3604 Fireworks from waste Y15

of 3601 Waste explosives Y15

of 3602

of the 2904 Organic Chemicals,

of 2908 repeatedly nitrided Y15

__________________________________

*) Belongs to the list of product wastes as its code for HS, and his name (physical and chemical characteristics)

**) Here and code the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development consists of two letters followed by a number. The first indicates the list: G (Green) - Green, Y (Yellow) - Yellow, R (Red) - red, the second - the category of waste

Note:

The concept of "leftovers" are wastes as dross, residue, slag, dross, removals, scale, dust, powder, sludge and cake, unless a particular material is not explicitly included in other items.