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Penalties for infringements are set on the national level in the EU member states. In this video, we look at what might be the consequences of an attempt of non-authorised export from Italy to Russia in the case the infringement is revealed in Lithuania.

Situation: A company in Italy sold goods – pyrotechnic products, which are dual-use goods, worth €103,998 – to a shot casting and ammunition factory in Russia. A logistics company was hired to bring those goods from the seller to the buyer. The customs office of exit at the EU border was in Lithuania. Lithuanian Customs performed risk analysis, checked the goods, and determined that they are dual-use and an export authorisation is required. However, that authorisation was not available. Lithuanian customs fined the truck driver €1,200 and confiscated the goods. The buyer of the goods disagreed with the confiscation and the dispute had to be resolved by courts. Learn, what did the courts clarify by watching this video. 

The video is an excerpt from the 'Customs legislation' module, which is a part of an extensive 'Customs clearance and trade compliance in the EU' training course.

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