From June 1, pasta and confectionery products imported into the territory of Belarus will be licensed. The corresponding resolution is signed by the Council of Council of the country. No further than this month of Belarusian lovers of foreign beer, they were already dumbfounded by the news of licensing their beloved drink imported from behind the hillock. According to news24, not a single importer has yet acquired a treasured permit for deliveries, which means that not a single bottle of a hoppy drink crossed the state border. Next month, foreign suppliers will expect another attraction – obtaining a license to import starchy molasses, jelly, candies and caramel, chocolate and similar products, cookies, waffles and other things. An application for a license to import pasta should be approved in the Ministry of Agriculture, and permission to import sweets in the Belgospchendomprom. Moreover, the licenses will be one -time. Meanwhile, the Decree of the Council of Ministers has power only until November 30, 2014, and therefore, you need to tolerate a little. By the way, the term of action of a similar document on beer expires a month earlier – October 31. The exceptions of both rules, of course, are goods imported from the states of the Customs Union. So that there is no need to import Western Kharchi into the country, in Belarus they plan to grow their own genetic-modified potatoes, resistant to insect pests.