TCF has determined the amount of the proposed fee for online purchase

Moscow. On 26 November. Internet parcels from abroad worth between 22 and 150 euros is planned to impose a mandatory fee of 10-15 euros, told reporters, state Secretary – Deputy head of the Federal customs service (FCS) Tatiana Galendeev.

“While Russia seeks to unify (their proposals on the level of the Eurasian economic Union)”, – she explained. In EEU includes Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Russia.

“If we upremsya into the wall, if we don’t find some kind of compromise, perhaps Russia will decide (the question of the introduction and collection of new rates) at the national level”, – said the representative of the management of the FCS.

Galendeev reminded that such a right already enjoyed today, in particular, Belarus, norms of duty-free importation of goods via mail below General limits on the Eurasian economic Union. However, the decision “to five” still preferable from the point of view that there was no “flow” of the online orders in a neighboring state with a higher threshold of free delivery.

The Deputy head of the customs Department said that now the Russian Federation insists on parcels from foreign online stores up to a value of 22 euros was imported free of duty, and the orders from 22 to 150 euros is taxed at a flat rate of 10-15 euros. In turn, the packages are more expensive 150 euros in the future can cost the citizens at 10-15 euros plus 30% of the customs value.

Earlier it was reported that the next meeting of the Council of the EAEC at the level of Deputy Prime Ministers, which will discuss this issue, to be held on 2 December.

Currently shared by the EEU, the limit duty-free delivery of online parcels addressed to one person amounts to 1 thousand euros or 31 pounds per month.