MINSK, 4 May (BelTA) - The government has extended the ban on the import and sale of a number of goods for six months. This is stipulated by Resolution No. 291 of the Council of Ministers of 2 May 2023, which was officially published on the National Legal Internet Portal, BelTA has learned.
The Council of Ministers issued Resolution No. 240 on 23 April 2021 to approve a list of goods prohibited for import and sale in Belarus. This decision was made to protect the national interests, taking into account the unfriendly actions against the Belarusian people.
The stop list includes goods made by groups of companies Liqui Moly, Skoda Auto and Beiersdorf (trademarks Nivea, Eucerin, La Prairie, Labello, Hansaplast, Florena, 8x4, Skin Stories, Gammon, Tesa, Chaul, Coppertone, Hidrofugal, Stop the water while using me).
The new resolution No. 291 extends the ban until 4 November 2023 inclusive.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Ministry of Antimonopoly Regulation and Trade, the State Customs Committee and other interested parties have been instructed to take the necessary measures to implement this resolution.