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Order dated February 3, 2022 No. 152-r


Order dated February 3, 2022 No. 152-r

The electronic document management system “Portal” Sea Port “” should combine information about persons, vehicles, cargo and goods that cross the Russian border in sea or river ports. This is stated in the order, which was signed by Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin.

The main goals for which the document is aimed are to abandon the circulation of paper documents, simplify the processes of moving people and goods, make it easier to control transportation, improve the quality of port services and reduce the time spent by cargo in the port. To this end, the Government instructed the state control bodies – the Federal Customs Service (FCS), the Federal Security Service, Rosselkhoznadzor, Rospotrebnadzor, Rosmorrechflot, as well as the administrations of sea and river ports to ensure the use of the Seaport Portal system.

The order describes the ways of interaction between state bodies when using the Seaport Portal system. The simplest is connection to the external subsystem of the Seaport portal, which requires only a workplace with Internet access. To make such a connection, you must send an application to the FCS.

The Sea Port Portal software complex was put into trial operation at the end of 2015. Its use has significantly reduced the period of stay of goods in ports.

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