Deputy Head of Rosselkhoznadzor Anton Karmazin, within the framework of the business program of the exhibition "Golden Autumn-2021", held a round table on the topic "Federal State Information System of Traceability of Pesticides and Agrochemicals".
The creation of such a system is provided for by a new article of the Federal Law "On the Safe Handling of Pesticides and Agrochemicals", which will enter into force on July 1, 2022. FSIS PPA is created in order to ensure the accounting of consignments of pesticides and agrochemicals during their circulation, as well as to carry out analysis, process the information and information provided to it and control their reliability.
Recall that since June 29, 2021, the Rosselkhoznadzor has been exercising control over pesticides imported into the territory of Russia at checkpoints across the state border. Among them, four automobile (Burachki, Zabaikalsk, Ubylinka, Shumilkino), three railway (Valuiki, Zabaikalsk, Posin), three air (Vladivostok (Knevichi), Moscow (Domodedovo), Moscow (Sheremetyevo)) and four sea (Big Port of St. Petersburg, Vladivostok, Vostochny, Novorossiysk).
“Currently, the issue of expanding the list of specialized checkpoints is being resolved,” said Nadezhda Pavlova, Deputy Head of the Department of Internal Phytosanitary and Land Supervision, Quality Control and Grain Safety of the Rosselkhoznadzor.
She added that all proposals from the Russian business community on the revision of legislative acts regulating the information system are timely processed by the Rosselkhoznadzor jointly with the Ministry of Agriculture of the Russian Federation, and some of them have already been taken into account.
During the discussion, Alexander Osminin, Deputy Director for Informatization of the FGBI ARRIAH, answered the questions of the audience.
According to him, since July 1, 2021, more than 45 thousand business entities have been registered with the FSIS PPA on the territory of the Russian Federation.
The Krasnodar Territory, Kursk and Rostov Regions are among the leading regions in the registration of supervised objects. Outsiders are the Kabardino-Balkarian Republic, the Murmansk Region, the Nenets Autonomous Okrug and the Tyva Republic.
He also reminded the participants of the round table about the principles of work of the system of the federal state information system of traceability. Thus, the importer submits an electronic preliminary notification of the import of a pesticide or agrochemical registered in the Catalog of the Ministry of Agriculture of the Russian Federation with a license from the Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation.
Further, at the checkpoint, an official of the Rosselkhoznadzor draws up a sampling certificate for the specified products. Based on the results of the control, the employee draws up an inspection certificate and a control certificate for the cargo that has crossed the Russian border. At the temporary storage warehouse, the import cargo undergoes full customs clearance. Upon completion of customs clearance, the goods are sent, according to the issued certificate, to the consignee's warehouse. When the goods arrive at the warehouse, the document is canceled, and information about the goods is recorded in the input journal of the enterprise. To move cargo to other sites, a new transport certificate is issued.
Alexander Osminin, Deputy Director for Informatization of the Federal State Budgetary Institution ARRIAH, added that in October 2021, business entities will be given the opportunity to submit import notifications, and inspectors of territorial departments will keep records of consignments arriving in Russia. In December, access will be provided to the module for accounting for movement across the territory of the Russian Federation, to the API and web interfaces of the System.