The free customs zone regime provides for the placement of goods without payment of customs duties and taxes and without applying non-tariff regulation in respect of foreign goods and without application of prohibitions and restrictions in respect of goods of the EEU.
VLADIVOSTOK, 1 Jan. An eight-day visa-free entry to the territory of free port of Vladivostok is permitted from 1 January 2016.
The law provides for simplified visa for foreigners for 8 days.
“From January 1, 2016 will be allowed the presence of foreign citizens on the territory of the free port for eight days. As for the other conditions, they will be phased in gradually. The law also provides for the mode of a free customs zone. This work needs to be debug”, — said earlier the Plenipotentiary of the RF President in the far Eastern Federal district Yuri Trutnev.
According to the far Eastern customs service, under the regime of a free customs zone, the goods are placed without customs duties and taxes and without applying non-tariff regulation in respect of foreign goods and without application of prohibitions and restrictions in respect of goods of the EEU.
The Federal law on the Free port of Vladivostok came into force on 12 October 2015. Mode the port will act on the territory of 15 municipalities of the Primorsky territory: Vladivostok, Artem, Bolshoy Kamen, Nakhodka, Partizansk, Ussuriisk, Spassk-Dalny, and Nadezhdinsky, Shkotovsky, Oktyabrsky, Partizansky, Border, Khasan, Khankaisky and olginskiy districts of the territory, including their Maritime area.
The total area of the free zone will make up 28.4 thousand square kilometers, it is home to 1.4 million people. The first resident of free port of Vladivostok became a “Pacific investment company”. She plans to build a five-star Slavyanka hotel with a total investment of about 5 billion rubles.