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Prohibitions for Shipping to RUSSIA

Radioactive materials.

Firearms of all kinds, ammunition, swords, cutlasses, bayonets, lances, and similar arms.

Transmitters and transceivers of any power, except Panasonic radiotelephones, models KX-T 7980, KX-T9000, KT-T 9050,and KX-T90890.

Color copiers.

Undeveloped photosensitive products.

Honey, pollen, wax, and honeycombs.

Explosives, pyrotechnic products, matches, pyrophoric alloys, combustible preparations.

Chemical substance dangerous to human life, animals, and birds and designed to combat microbes, diseases, and plants.

Printed books, newspapers, pictures and other products of the printing industry, manuscripts, and miscellaneous documents containing information that could be detrimental to State security, social order, public morals, property rights, including intellectual property and other interests of natural and legal persons.

Currency of the Russian Federation; checks and other currencies for the Bank of External Trade and of the Bank for External Economic Affairs of the Russian Federation; securities payable to bearer; State bonds; and lottery tickets of the Russian Federation.

Restrictions for Shipping to RUSSIA

Medicaments and preparations with added vitamins are admitted with the authorization of the Ministry of Public Health of the Russian Federation.

Books, newspapers, magazines, and other printed matter are admitted provided they contain no articles and reproductions of a vulgar and erotic nature that might be detrimental to public policy and the economy and that might infringe human rights.

Not more than 200 cigarettes, the cost of which does not exceed 100 USD, may be sent in a package.

Bank notes in circulation, securities of any kind payable to bearer, or foreign currency may be mailed only as insured Priority Mail International par-cels. Russia will not accept liability in cases of loss or damage to such items if they are accepted.


Prohibitions for Shipping to UKRAINE

Agricultural products.     Articles of cultural value (works of art, collectors' pieces, and antiques).     Coins; banknotes; currency; securities of any kind payable to bearer; traveler's checks; platinum, gold, and silver (manufactured or not); precious stones; jewelry; and other valuable  articles are prohibited.     Medicines and medicinal products.     Passports and personal identity cards are prohibited entry in all classes of mail, including EMS shipments.     Prescription narcotics and psychotropic drugs which have potentially addictive or hallucinogenic effects.

Restrictions for Shipping to UKRAINE

1. In order to be admissible, the food items listed below must (a) be packed by the manufacturer; (b) conform to Ukraine's sanitary standards; (c) be accompanied by a certificate of  conformity which has been issued by the Ukrainian State Committee for Standardization and Measures or by a comparable regulatory authority in the country of origin; (d) be addressed  to an individual who is a resident of Ukraine; (e) be shipped in quantities not to exceed 2 kilograms (4 pounds) when enclosed in a letter-post shipment; or (f) be shipped in quantities not  to exceed 10 kilograms (22 pounds) when enclosed in a parcel post package or an EMS item.     Meats, fish, shell fish, milk and dairy products, birds' eggs, natural honey, fruits and nuts, coffee, tea, spices, vegetables, grains, cereals, flour, fats and oils, animal and vegetable  by-products, sugar, cocoa, and other processed foodstuffs.     2. Tobacco products are prohibited entry into Ukraine, unless the shipment is accompanied by a certificate or invoice which states that the quantity being sent does not exceed 200  cigarettes or 200 grams of other processed tobacco products.     3. Radios and mobile telephones for personal use may be sent to Ukraine, provided that the addressee has obtained prior authorization from the Ukrainian State Center of Radio  Frequencies and Telecommunications Supervision. The Center is responsible for assigning radio frequencies and registering official authorization for the design, manufacture, and use of  radio-electronic equipment. Customers who require additional information about the mailing of radio-electronic equipment to Ukraine should send their inquiries directly to the Center's  headquarters in Kiev. The applicable fax number is 011-38-044-450-2765.     4. Prescription medicines for personal use may be sent to Ukraine in quantities that are necessary for a complete course of treatment, provided that the addressee has obtained prior  authorization from the Ukrainian Ministry of Health.     5. Funeral urns admitted for import are authorized only upon presentation of the following documentation to Customs authorities: A death certificate or any other document confirming  death, issued by a competent body; or a certificate declaring that the urn does not contain other articles that may not be imported into Ukraine.

Prohibitions for Shipping to Belarus

Perishable infectious substances.    Perishable noninfectious substances.    Radioactive materials.    Currencies of the Republic of Belarus and the Russian Federation.    All arms and ammunition and parts and accessories thereof.    Explosive or combustible substances or other dangerous matter.    Photographic and cinematographic films, undeveloped photographic plates, photographic paper.    Printed books, newspapers, pictures and other products of the printing industry; manuscripts, typescripts, and plans containing information that may be harmful to the political and economic interests of the country and to the health and morality of its citizens.    Tobacco and manufactured tobacco products.    Alcoholic liquids.    Perishable food products.    The government of Belarus has instituted a temporary ban against the importation of all animal products that are for human and animal consumption. This includes meats, poultry, milk and dairy products, feeds, and other animal byproducts.    Opium and other substances containing narcotics.    Metallized yarn made with or made of gold thread; ornamental trimming or woven fabric made with or made of gold thread.

Restrictions for Shipping to Belarus

Coins, bank notes, currency notes (paper money); securities of any kind payable to bearer; traveler's checks, platinum, gold, and silver (manufactured or not); precious stones, jewelry, and other valuable articles are admitted only in insured parcel post. Importation of foreign currency is limited to a maximum equivalent of 200 USD.    Articles subject to customs duty may not be sent in ordinary or registered letter-post items.    Veterinary preparations, biological materials, and collectors' items of animal origin require written authorization issued by the State Veterinary Inspectorate of the Ministry of Agriculture and Foods in Belarus.    Medicaments and vitamin preparations require authorization issued by the Public Health of Belarus.    Cancelled and uncancelled stamps may be sent as part of a prescribed philatelic exchange.

Prohibitions for Shipping to KAZAKHSTAN

Deer horns, hooves, and antlers.

Coins, banknotes, credit notes or any securities payable to bearer, checks, precious metals (whether manufactured or not), precious stones, jewels and other valuable articles, and foreign currency are prohibited. Kazakhstan will accept no liability for loss of or damage to such items.

Explosives and explosive or inflammable substances, pyrotechnic articles (fireworks, etc.).

Firearms and bladed weapons for civilian service, ammunition, special dual purpose (civilian and military) technical devices, and parts and accessories thereof.

Foreign currency.

Military weapons.

Narcotics, psychotropic substances, and precursors.

Natural precious stones, waste therefor, powder from precious stones, pearls, yellow amber.

Nuclear materials and equipment; radioactive materials, fuels and corrosive materials.

Originals and copies of military service records, identity cards, and passports.

Perishable foodstuffs.

Perishable infectious biological substances.

Perishable noninfectious biological substances.

Poisons, toxic substances of animal origin.

Precious metals, alloys, minerals, concentrates, rubble and waste from precious metals.

Publications, printed matter, and plastic audio-visual materials (video, etc.) containing propaganda against the political regime and liable to threaten the integrity and security of the State or
aimed at undermining its authority.

Rare animal and vegetable products and endangered animals and plants.

Rare metals, raw materials, alloys, combinations and products.

Sturgeon and salmon caviar.

Restrictions for Shipping to KAZAKHSTAN

A certificate must accompany funeral urns containing ashes of the deceased from the licensed crematory or licensed mortuary stating that the ashes are those of the person named in the
death certificate.

Animals and products of animal origin are subject to authorization from the veterinary control institutions of Kazakhstan.

Articles subject to customs duty may not be sent in ordinary or registered letter-post items.

Coins; currency notes or securities of any kind payable to bearer; traveler's checks; platinum, gold, or silver (whether manufactured or not); precious stones; jewels; or other valuable articles may be mailed only as insured Priority Mail International parcels. Kyrgyzstan will not accept liability in cases of loss or damage to such items if they are accepted.

Live animals except bees, leeches, and silkworms.

Radio-electronic and high-frequency equipment requires authorization by the country's Ministry of Transport and Communications.

Recording media (diskettes, video, and audio) require that information be supplied on the type of computer and operating system used for recording.

Works of art, antiques, and other valuable objects of art, history, science, or culture require authorization by the country's Ministry of Public Health, Education and Culture.

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