20 tons of fruit instead of a fire-resistant filling compound, fake registration plates, invalid means of identification-the result of customs inspection of a truck of a Russian company-carrier
Employees of the Operational customs prevented the illegal movement of Polish apples to Russia, which followed under the guise of a fire-resistant filling compound. In addition, the Russian VOLVO truck in which they were traveling, was sealed with an invalid identification tool, and the registration plates turned out to be fake.
The violation was detected during a special event by a mobile group of Operational customs on the M-1/E30 highway near the Belarusian-Russian border. According to the documents, the cargo compartment contained the product "fire-resistant filling compound F62 spray", the sender of which was a Polish company, and the recipient was a Russian company. The inspection showed quite another thing – the truck had 20 tons of Polish fresh apples worth more than 56 thousand rubles.
The registration plates that were used on the car, were issued by the traffic police of Russia for another cargo vehicle that a couple of days ago was in transit through the checkpoint "Novaya Rudnya" from Russia to Italy.
An administrative process has been initiated by the Operational customs in accordance with part 4 of article 12.17 of the administrative Code of the Republic of Belarus on the fact of illegal transportation of goods.
In fact, operating vehicle with invalid registration marks employees of Dubrovensky police department concerning the driver the administrative report is made under part 6 of article 18.12 of the code of administrative offences, which sanction shall entail imposing a fine in the amount from 10 to 20 basic units.
Currently, the vehicle has been detained and the necessary examinations have been appointed. Customs officers carry out verification measures in accordance with paragraph 3 of part 1 of article 174 of the criminal procedure code of the Republic of Belarus on the grounds of crimes under articles 380, 381 of the criminal code of the Republic of Belarus.