From April 1, Belarus will revise duty-free limits on the import of goods from abroad through land borders.
The table of the State Customs Committee already indicates the date of changing the limits - April 1, 2023.
Now the "ceiling" is up to 1,000 euros and 31 kilograms.
That is, the duty-free price limits are intended to be halved.
The current duty-free limits on the import of goods from abroad across land borders were introduced at the level of the Eurasian Economic Union in April 2022 - until October 1, and then extended for another six months - until April 1, 2023.
Prior to that, restrictions at the level of 500 euros and 25 kilograms were in force in Belarus.
If you exceed the limits, you will have to pay a duty in the amount of 30% of the value, but not less than 4 euros for 1 kilogram of excess.
As for the transportation of cigarettes, the limit is 200 cigarettes, or 50 cigars (cigarils), or 250 grams of tobacco (or these goods in an assortment with a total weight of no more than 250 grams per adult).
Alcohol restrictions - 3 liters per adult.
If you fly by plane, then the duty-free limits for importing goods from abroad are 10,000 euros and 50 kilograms.