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BELARUS: Changes in The Conformity Assessment for Equipment in Circulation

On May 5th, the Council of Ministers of the Republic of Belarus published the decree  N 270, which establishes new rules for equipment in circulation on the territory of the Republic of Belarus:

  • The validity of the certificates of conformity expiring from the date of entry into force of this resolution until September 1, 2022, is extended up to 12 months. 
  • The issuance (registration) of new conformity assessment documents on mandatory requirements shall be

carried out by the conformity assessment body that issued (registered) these documents on the basis of the


  • Expansion and updating of the scope of accreditation is carried out by the accreditation body without carrying

out an on-site assessment of the accredited body’s activities by analyzing (examining) documents within no more than

two days from the date of registration of the accredited body’s application.

  • products subject to mandatory conformity assessment of compulsory requirements shall be imported into the

the territory of the Republic of Belarus without submission to the customs authorities of documents on conformity

assessment of mandatory requirements (information on such documents) in respect of products that are

spare parts* imported for maintenance and/or repair of finished goods previously put into circulation on the territory

of the Republic of Belarus;

  • In order to be put into circulation in the territory of the Republic of Belarus the products are subject to obligatory confirmation of

conformity in the form of certification or declaration of conformity on the basis of evidentiary materials obtained with

participation of accredited testing laboratory (center), conformity assessment in the form of declaration of conformity on

the basis of own evidentiary materials of legal entity or individual entrepreneur – residents of the Republic of Belarus shall

be allowed.

  • Products released into circulation and circulated in the territory of the Republic of Belarus in relation to which a
  • declaration of conformity has been issued in accordance with paragraph 3 of this Decree and may not be marked with a single mark of product circulation on the market of the Eurasian Economic Union.

This resolution comes into force after its official publication and is valid until December 31, 2023. For further details and see the complete publication please check the attached document.

Type Approval impacted: Yes, validity extension and more flexibility in the type approval process until Dec. 31st, 2023
Spectrum Impacted: No
Imports Impacted: No
Standards Impacted: No
Product Impact: All