Postal deliveries Commodities forbidden to be received by international postal shipments:

- commodities forbidden to be brought to the territory of the country;

- equipment for issuing money and postal payment signs;

- human organs and (or) tissues

- live animals;

- inflammable substances;

- poisonous and toxic agents;

- biological and infectious substances;

- mercury, chemical reagents and acids;

- perishable food products;

- shipments that can cause danger for postal officials due to their nature or packaging, as well as those that can cause damaging, perishing or contamination of other postal shipments and postal equipments;

- coins, banknotes and traveller's cheques.

 

 

Commodities forbidden to be sent by international postal shipments:

 

- commodities forbidden to be taken out of the territory of the country;

- equipment for issuing money and postal payment signs;

- human organs and (or) tissues

- live animals;

- inflammable substances;

- poisonous and toxic agents;

- biological and infectious substances;

- mercury, chemical reagents and acids;

- materials humiliating human honour and dignity, insulting national and religious feelings;

- perishable food products;

- shipments that can cause danger for postal officials due to their nature or packaging, as well as those that can cause damaging, perishing or contamination of other postal shipments and postal equipments;

- coins, banknotes and traveller's cheques;

- goods and items the import of which is forbidden by the country of destination;

- firearms and their ammunition;

- originals of the documents with the State Emblem fixed on them;

- state standards of units of quantity;

- documents of the State Archives Foundation.