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Belarus introduces temporary licensing for the export of grains and oilseeds

Published Apr 13, 2024

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Belarus has implemented a new regulation, effective from April 12, 2024, mandating temporary licensing for the export of various grains and certain processed grains and seeds, including wheat, rye, barley, oats, corn, rapeseed, and sunflower seeds. According to Resolution No. 263, these exports will now require one-time licenses from the Ministry of Antimonopoly Regulation and Trade, in collaboration with regional executive committees, for a period of six months. However, exports to EAEU member states, international humanitarian assistance, and goods in international transit are exempt from these licensing requirements.
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In Belarus, temporary licensing is being introduced for the export of wheat and meslin, rye, barley, oats, corn, buckwheat, millet, triticale, and other grains. This is provided for by Resolution of the Council of Ministers of April 10, 2024 No. 263, officially published on the National Legal Internet Portal on April 12. Also, the list of goods for which export licensing will apply includes crushed grain without processing and processed (wheat, rye, other cereals), rapeseed and sunflower seeds. The resolution states that the export of these goods outside the republic is carried out under one-time licenses, which are issued by the Ministry of Antimonopoly Regulation and Trade in agreement with the regional executive committees and the Minsk City Executive Committee. Such licenses are issued in a manner similar to that established by the rules for issuing licenses and permits for the export and (or) import of goods provided for in the annex to the protocol on non-tariff regulatory ...
Source: Oilworld
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