Challenges in import operations to Russia

Assessment of the new sanctions package, legislative changes and re- organizing the supply chain in the current context
25 July | 10:00– 11:00 CEST, 11:00-12:00 GMT+3 
Online conference 
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Language: English

About the event

In our online event in collaboration with the Italian Business Association Lodi Export Consortium, we will be taking a closer look at the difficulties encountered in managing import-export transactions with Russia.
Our legal expert will explain the impact of the 11th EU sanctions package on the logistic and supply chain operations. We will also provide examples of the goods which are still allowed to process with also explaining how to reorganize your supply chain in order to continue operating in this challenging situation.

We will focus on 3 sectors: machinery and equipment, chemical products and cosmetics.


  • Introduction
    Fabio Milela, Lodi Export
    Luca Orselli, SCHNEIDER GROUP, Representative in Italy

  • Legal framework
    Daniil Korobko, SCHNEIDER GROUP, Senior Associate Commercial Law
     -  11th package of EU sanctions: update
     -  Russian legislation related to the specified sectors: important aspects and changes

  • Import-export procedures: specificities
    Anastasia Kostyukovskaya, Import Business Development Manager
     -  Rethinking logistics: development of new compliant shipping models
     -  Parallel imports open doors, but take care of trade mark protection

  • Q&A 

If you have any questions regarding import-export operations with Russia, please contact our experts in Moscow.

About speakers

Anastasia Kostyukovskaya
Import Business Development Manager

Anastasia joined the company in 2021. She supervises import and certification projects.

Anastasia has extensive experience in establishing business relationships with international partners from Europe and Asia.

Anastasia studied in Germany (Hochschule Heilbronn, Baden-Württemberg) and graduated from the Russian Foreign Trade Academy with a degree in Foreign Trade Management. She has a master’s degree in Logistics and speaks Russian, English and German.

Daniil Korobko
Senior Associate Commercial Law

Daniil joined SCHNEIDER GROUP in 2017 as associate. He was promoted to senior associate in 2020. Daniil provides legal support for commercial activities of SCHNEIDER GROUP's customers in Russia and has over 9 years of professional experience.  

Daniil specialises in structuring, drafting and analysing  commercial agreements, civil law, regulatory requirements, and legal aspects of manufacturing localisation. He has supported companies from various industries, including pharmaceutical, industrial equipment manufacturing, FMCG, renewable energy, and IT.

Daniil graduated from Altai State University with a degree in Law. He speaks Russian and English.

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