More than 15 thousand units of computer accessories were detected by Brest customs officers in one of the trucks, crossing the Belarusian-Polish border. The vehicle MAN proceeded from the Netherlands to the territory of the EEU through the checkpoint "Kozlovichi".
According to the submitted documents, a batch of "computer keyboards" was moving in the cargo compartment of the car.
However, conducting a customs inspection with the use of the X-ray inspection complex, the employees found a pre-attachment, which was confirmed by the subsequent customs inspection. There were significantly fewer computer keyboards in the truck than stated in the documents, and instead of them, computer mice, sets of keyboards and mice, web cameras, and adapters were moved. The number of undeclared goods amounted to more than 15 thousand units, and its cost-more than 716 thousand rubles.
According to this fact, the Brest customs started an administrative process in accordance with part 1 of article 14.5 of the administrative Code of the Republic of Belarus, the sanction of which provides for a fine of up to 30% of the value of undeclared goods.