The obligation of customs authorities to put down marks on paper for transactions made in electronic form has been cancelled.

The Federal Tax Service noted that when performing customs operations in electronic form, additional marks of customs authorities in transport, commercial or other documents on paper are not made.

An exception is provided for:

  • permits of the customs authority for the departure of goods from the territory of the EAEU;
  • cases of receipt of a reasoned request to put down marks on paper.

All in all, in case of the export, the customs authorities always put down marks in the transport papers, and when importing goods only when receiving a written request.