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Corals in a set from the United States. Inside are ruined corals and crustaceans

28 skamieniałych koralowców i 6 muszli skorupiaków znaleźli funkcjonariusze Oddziału Celnego Pocztowego w Lublinie w paczce ze Stanów Zjednoczonych. Przesyłka miała trafić do Chełma.

28 fossil corals and 6 crustaceans were found in a package from the United States by Dublin Post Customs officials. The parcel was to be delivered to Chełm.

However, at this time, the goods do not reach the address – Informs the National Tax Administration.

Belong to the retained fragments of coral Species protected by CITES. CITES stands for International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora. Its purpose Wild population conservation of these animals and plants Controlling, monitoring and controlling international trade – in live models and their components and derivatives.

The National Revenue Administration would like to remind you that it is possible to import EU CITES specimens from third countries into the EU on the basis of previously issued permits and certificates.

The absence of such documents during transportation is mandatory CITES samples confiscated, fined and imprisoned for 3 months to 5 years.

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