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In brief

This document summarizes the statutory requirements on the exportation of dual-use items from Russia, and does not contain information on the exportation of military items.


  1. What are the key competent authorities responsible for export control over dual-use items?
  2. What are the main regulations in the sphere of export control?
  3. What are the lists of controlled items?
  4. Scope of the Russian export control regulations — what is controlled?
  5. How do we determine whether products are subject to export control?
  6. What types of export control licenses can be required?
  7. What is the procedure for obtaining an export license?
  8. When are export control permits required?
  9. Are there other documents required for export control purposes?

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Alexander Bychkov is a partner in Baker McKenzie's Moscow office. Alexander Bychkov is the co-head of the Firm’s CIS Tax Practice Group and the head of the CIS International Trade and Customs group, which includes professionals working in the Moscow, St. Petersburg, Kyiv and Almaty offices. In addition, he is a member of the Firm’s Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare group. Since 2006 Mr. Bychkov has been consistently recognized as one of the leading professionals in the tax field within Russia and across the CIS. His practice is recognized by Chambers and International Tax Review.


Vladimir Efremov is a partner in the Moscow office of Baker McKenzie.


Andrey Gavrilov is an Associate in Baker McKenzie's Moscow office.