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PROHIBITED GOODS

Prohibited goods in Albania

Items prohibited from importing or circulating in the country of destination are: Coins, bank tickets, banknotes, traveler’s checks, platinum, gold, precious items are prohibited.

It is forbidden to mail or take delivery of items containing items that by their nature pose a threat to human life and health, such as explosives, narcotics, combustion and radioactive substances, poisons, weapons, etc. nature as well as those containing pornographic literature.

Colts that contain items that by their nature break fast and do not withstand transport conditions are prohibited. It shall be forbidden to print and transcribe notices or documents in the nature of current and personal correspondence.

 

Prohibited goods in America

  • Live animals, except bees, silkworm, certain insects.
  • Meat
  • Daily products; bird eggs, food products, natural honey.
  • Other products of animal origin.
  • Trees and other plants, onions, roots and flowers as well as decorative leaves.
  • Fruits, nuts, citrus and melons.
  • Coffee, tea and spices.
  • Starch, wheat etc.
  • Oilseeds and oils containing fruits, seeds, fruits, industrial or medicinal plants, straw and fodder.
  • Resins and various liquids.
  • Tobacco and processed tobacco substitutes.
  • Vegetable fats, oils and their products.
  • Prepared foods, beverages, spirits, vinegar.
  • Mineral fuels and mineral oils (combustible fuels, oils and their products).
  • Inorganic chemicals, organic or inorganic constituents of precious metals (explosives, flammable substances).
  • Organic chemicals (narcotic, opium).
  • Fertilizer
  • Pharmaceuticals, infectious substances, serum, branded foods.

 

Prohibited goods in England

  • Live animals.
  • Meat
  • Fish and other aquatic shellfish.
  • Products of animal origin.
  • Trees and other plants, onions, roots, flowers and decorative leaves.
  • Various edible vegetables, roots and tubers.
  • Oilseeds and oils containing fruits, seeds, fruits, industrial or medicinal plants, straw and fodder.
  • Sulfur, stones, plastering material, lime and cement.
  • Inorganic chemicals, organic or inorganic constituents of precious metals (all radioactive substances that emit alpha, beta or gamma rays).
  • Fertilizer.
  • Explosives.
  • Fur.
  • Print books, newspapers, paintings and other products of the printing industry that contain embarrassing and scary topics.
  • Equipment that can imitate any current postage stamp.
  • Machinery and electrical equipment and parts, sound recorders and reproducers.
  • Weapons and components classified as war ammunition.
  • Works of art, collectors and antiques, goods that are in violation of copyright.

 

Prohibited goods in Austria

  • Live animals.
  • Meat
  • Fish and other aquatic shellfish.
  • Daily products; bird eggs, food products, natural honey.
  • Products of animal origin.
  • Trees and other plants, onions, roots, flowers and decorative leaves.
  • Edible vegetables, certain roots and tubers.
  • Fruits, nuts, citrus and melons.
  • Coffee, tea and spices.
  • Cereals
  • Oilseeds and oils containing fruits, seeds, fruits, industrial or medicinal plants, straw and fodder.
  • Resins and juices.
  • Vegetable fats, oils and their separation products.
  • Preparations from cereals, flour or milk starch / dessert products.
  • Preparations from greens, fruits, and other vegetable parts.
  • Alcoholic beverages and vinegar.
  • Residues and returns from the food industry, prepared animal food
  • Tobacco and processed tobacco substitutes.
  • Sulfur, stones, plastering material, lime and cement
  • Mineral fuels and mineral oils
  • Inorganic chemicals, organic or inorganic constituents of precious metals, (hydrochloric acid, sulfuric acid, calcium nitrate).
  • Organic chemicals.
  • Pharmaceuticals, products containing narcotic substance.
  • Fertilizer
  • Soap, washing preparations, lubricating preparations.
  • Albuminoid substance, modified starch, adhesives.
  • Explosives
  • Various chemical products.
  • Photo or movie discs, movie lasers, etc.
  • Skins and fluff.
  • Wood and articles of wood, charcoal.
  • Cultural or cultured pearls, precious or semi-precious stones, precious metals and articles thereof, imitations of jewelry and coins.
  • Articles of iron and steel.
  • Warships engines, and other vehicles used for military purposes.
  • Transportation equipment.
  • Ships, boats, floating structures.
  • Optical, photographic and cinematographic instruments and apparatus consisting of precious metals.
  • Clocks, various hand and wall and parts thereof.
  • Musical instruments.
  • Weapons, couples, grenades.
  • Games, electronics destiny.
  • Artwork, collector and antique art.

 

Prohibited goods in Australia

  • Live animals,
  • Trees and other plants, onions, roots, flowers and ornamental leaves.
  • Edible vegetables, certain roots and tubers.
  • Oilseeds and oils containing fruits, seeds, fruits, industrial or medicinal plants, straw and fodder.
  • Mineral fuels and mineral oils.
  • Inorganic chemicals, organic or inorganic constituents of precious metals, radioactive materials.
  • Coloring extracts, pigments and other coloring inks
  • Explosives, including fireworks
  • Leather goods, handbag. Leather luggage etc.
  • Promotional materials related to prohibited products.
  • Ceramic products.
  • Radioactive substances.
  • Mercury-containing thermometer.
  • Weapons and ammunition, firearms

 

Prohibited goods in Belgium

  • Live animals, with the exception of bees, silkworm.
  • Coloring extracts, pigments and other coloring inks.
  • Explosives
  • Photographic articles or pornographic films.
  • Newspapers using violent and invasive propaganda, or any other similar procedure.

 

Prohibited goods in Bulgaria

  • Narcotic substances, poisonous substances.
  • Weapons, ammunition, explosives, combustible or hazardous materials.
  • Immoral articles.
  • Objects, which by nature or by packaging may put officials at risk, damage other postal facilities or postal equipment.
  • Religious material related to banned or unregistered groups or organizations.
  • Coins, bank securities.
  • Precious stones, jewelry.

 

Prohibited goods in France

  • Live animals.
  • Trees and other plants, onions, roots, flowers and ornamental leaves.
  • Live plants and parts of live plants.
  • Edible vegetables, certain roots and tubers.
  • Oilseeds and oils containing fruits, seeds, fruits, industrial or medicinal plants, straw and fodder.
  • Radioactive materials.
  • Coloring extracts, pigments and other coloring inks.
  • Explosives
  • Wood and articles of wood, charcoal.
  • Special threads, twine, cords, ropes and cables and other articles.
  • Cultural or cultured pearls, precious or semi-precious stones, precious metals and articles thereof, imitations of jewelry and coins.
  • Radioactive elements.
  • War materials, military weapons, revolvers, pistols, cartridges.
  • Gambling, gambling equipment.

 

Prohibited goods in Greece

  • Live animals.
  • Meat
  • Trees and other plants, onions, roots, flowers and decorative leaves.
  • Edible vegetables, certain roots and tubers.
  • Resins and various liquids.
  • Sulfur, stones, plastering material, lime and cement.
  • Mineral fuels and mineral oils.
  • Inorganic chemicals, organic or inorganic constituents of precious metals, (radioactive materials).
  • Pharmaceuticals, unnamed medicines, not clearly marked by name and dose of active substances as well as the name and address of the manufacturer.
  • Explosives
  • Articles with insurgent content whose circulation is prohibited.
  • Cultural or cultivated pearls, precious or semiprecious stones, precious metals and articles thereof, imitations of jewelry and coins.
  • Weapons of all kinds, firearms, pistols, shooters.
  • Games, sports equipment parts and accessories, playing cards, fireworks.

 

Prohibited goods in Germany

  • Live animals.
  • Meat
  • Trees and other plants, onions, roots, flowers and ornamental leaves.
  • Resins and various liquids.
  • Preparations of meat, fish and other aquatic invertebrates.
  • Alcoholic beverages and vinegar.
  • Sulfur, stones, plastering material, lime and cement.
  • Mineral, and colored mineral.
  • Inorganic chemicals, organic or inorganic constituents of precious metals, (gas, abrasives, poisonous substances).
  • Organic chemicals (liquids with an alcohol content of 82% and above).
  • Wood and articles of wood, charcoal.
  • Straw products or other knitting materials.
  • Articles in violation of the constitution, which means propaganda and sabotage, incitement to racial hatred, articles containing violence.
  • Cultural or cultivated pearls, precious or semi-precious stones, precious metals and articles thereof, imitation jewelry and coins.
  • Base metals and base metal articles (aluminum, zinc, metallic ceramics, and articles thereof).
  • Tools that may be used to forge coins or documents or that may enable the production of bank securities.
  • Machinery and electrical equipment and parts, sound recorders and reproducers.
  • Firearm .
  • Toy guns, the import of which is exempt under gun legislation.
  • Works of art, collector and antique art, (coins and medals).

 

Prohibited goods in the Netherlands

  • Live animals.
  • Meat
  • Fish and other aquatic shellfish
  • Daily products; bird eggs, food products, natural honey
  • Trees and other plants, onions, roots and flowers as well as ornamental foliage
  • Edible vegetables, certain roots and tubers
  • Vegetable fats, oils and their products.
  • Tobacco and tobacco products
  • Sulfur, stones, plastering material, lime and cement
  • Mineral fuels and mineral oils
  • Inorganic chemicals, organic or inorganic constituents of precious metals, (radioactive substances)
  • Organic chemicals
  • Pharmaceuticals, serum and vaccines
  • Coloring extracts, pigments and other coloring inks
  • Explosives
  • Photographic or cinematographic goods (Nitrocellulosic films)
  • Various chemical products
  • Offensive and offensive writing and immoral content
  • Cultural or cultivated pearls, precious or semi-precious stones, precious metals and articles thereof, imitation jewelry and coins
  • Tools, blades, spoons and metal forks

 

Prohibited goods in Hungary

  • National monetary instruments.
  • Narcotic substances and radioactive materials.
  • Natural fertilizer, potato leaves, tomato.
  • Press publications, print materials, illustrations and articles detrimental to the general values of man and those responsible for creating enmity with the Republic of Hungary or another country or against any people, race, religion or nationality.
  • Instruments that can be used as offensive weapons.
  • Copied audio, video disc tapes, including CDs, which infringe on copyright.

 

Prohibited goods in Ireland

  • Live animals.
  • Fish and other aquatic shellfish.
  • Daily products; bird eggs, food products, natural honey, (butter, cream, margarine, milk).
  • Fur and products thereof.
  • Organic chemicals, narcotic substances.
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Articles, books, photographs with immoral, obscene content, falsification of legal tender records.

 

Mallra të ndaluara në Itali

  • Live animals, products of animal origin.
  • Meat
  • Fish and other aquatic shellfish.
  • Daily products; bird eggs, food products, natural honey.
  • Products of animal origin.
  • Vegetable / vegetable products.
  • Vegetable fats, oils and their separation products.
  • Prepared foods, beverages, spirits, vinegar.
  • Preparations of meat, fish and other aquatic invertebrates.
  • Preparations from greens, fruits, and other vegetable parts.
  • Tobacco and processed tobacco substitutes.
  • Mineral products.
  • Minerals and ores.
  • Mineral fuels and mineral oils.
  • Products of chemical industries.
  • Fertilizer
  • Soap, washing preparations, lubricating preparations.
  • Albuminoid substance, modified starch, adhesive, enzymes.
  • Explosives
  • Fur and products thereof.
  • Artwork, collectibles and antiques, hunting trophies, for countries that are not part of the European communities.

Prohibited goods in Japan

  • Live animals.
  • Products of animal origin.
  • Meat
  • Trees and other plants, onions, roots, flowers and decorative leaves.
  • Edible vegetables, certain roots and tubers.
  • Oilseeds and oils containing fruits, seeds, fruits, industrial or medicinal plants, straw and fodder.
  • Fuels, poison.
  • Organic chemicals.
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Fertilizer
  • Imitations or counterfeits of coins, invoices, banknotes and securities.
  • Weapons and ammunition, firearms.
  • Artworks, collectibles and antiques, counterfeit and stamped postage stamps and equipment that may enable the production of tax stamps and stamps
  • Articles prohibited by law or decree, obscene, marijuana drawings.
  • Articles that undermine public safety and morals.

 

Prohibited goods in Canada

  • Live animals.
  • Meat
  • Fish and other aquatic shellfish.
  • Sulfur, stones, plastering material, lime and cement.
  • Mineral fuels and mineral oils.
  • Inorganic chemicals, organic or inorganic constituents of precious metals (chlorine, arsenic, calcium, nitric acid, etc.).
  • Organic chemicals.
  • Coloring extracts, pigments and other coloring inks.
  • Albuminoid substance, modified starch, adhesive, enzymes.
  • Explosives
  • Various chemical products.
  • Articles of iron and steel.
  • Rocket engine, fire extinguisher.
  • Firearms, grenades, explosive ordnance, rocket ammunition, small arms, bullets.
  • Inert ammunition, copies of ammunition.

 

Prohibited goods in China

  • Weapons, ammunition and explosives of all kinds.
  • Coins, banknotes, securities.
  • Various materials, films, photographs, cinemas, video tapes that are detrimental to the political, economic, cultural, and moral interests of the Republic of China.
  • Deadly poisons of all kinds.
  • Opium, morphine, heroin, marijuana.
  • Animals, plants and their products infected with disease.
  • Miscellaneous Groceries.
  • Platinum, gold, whether or not manufactured silver, precious stones, jewelry and other valuables.

 

Prohibited goods Montenegro

  • Simple and registered postal items containing banknotes and other securities.

 

Prohibited goods in Cyprus

  • Live animals.
  • Meat
  • Fish and other aquatic shellfish.
  • Daily products; bird eggs, food products, natural honey.
  • Trees and other plants, onions, roots, flowers and decorative foliage.
  • Edible vegetables, certain roots and tubers.
  • Fruits, nuts, citrus and melons.
  • Oilseeds and oils containing fruits, seeds, fruits, industrial or medicinal plants, straw and fodder.
  • Resins and juices.
  • Vegetable fats, oils and their separation products.
  • Preparations of fish meat and other aquatic invertebrates.
  • Preparations from cereals, flour or milk starch / dessert products.
  • Preparations from greens, fruits, and other vegetable parts
  • Insurgent thematic publications
  • Cultural or cultivated pearls, precious or semi-precious stones, precious metals and articles thereof, imitation jewelry and coins
  • Tools, blades, spoons and metal forks
  • Weapons and ammunition, parts and accessories thereof (prohibited by regulation)

 

Prohibited goods in Portugal

  • Live animals, except bees, silkworm.
  • Products of animal origin.
  • Trees and other plants, onions, roots, flowers and ornamental leaves.
  • Sugar
  • Cocoa and cocoa preparations.
  • Radioactive substance.
  • Explosive
  • Combustible substances.
  • Immoral publications.
  • Products containing animal skins.
  • Leather strap watches.
  • Musical instruments (containing leather parts).
  • Weapons and ammunition.

 

Prohibited goods in Serbia

  • Simple and registered postal items containing banknotes and other securities.

 

Prohibited goods in Spain

  • Ammunition, weapons and parts thereof, and any objects of this nature, even when accompanied by a document, shall be handed over to the relevant authorities of the country.

 

New Zealand banned goods

  • Live animals.
  • Fish and other aquatic invertebrates.
  • Daily products; bird eggs, food products, natural honey.
  • Food industry waste.
  • Tobacco and products.
  • Steel, iron.
  • Radioactive substance.
  • Organic chemicals.
  • Pharmaceuticals, cocaine, cannabis.
  • Explosive
  • Wood and articles of wood.
  • Articles, newspapers, obscene content books, banknotes and other securities.
  • Motorcycle Helmets.
  • False coins / leks, gold coins.
  • Offensive weapons, knives, sword.
  • Weapons and ammunition, military equipment.