Documents received on paper from an applicant /Documents received in electronic form via the electronic system of interagency cooperation
Documents submitted by a licensee personally*:
1) an application for the license, containing the following:
– desirable term of the permit (not exceeding one year);
– a person, responsible for notifying Roszdravnadzor about any case of carrying of hematopoietic stem cells and bone marrow for the purposes of allotransplantation according to the procedure established by the Decision of the Commission of the Customs Union dated 25. 01. 2012, № 919.
2) An electronic copy of the application in the form approved by the Board of the Customs Union and created by means of software developed by the Commission of the Customs Union and distributed among the participants of foreign trade free of charge.
An applicant may use his/her own software, which creates an electronic copy of the application in strict accordance to the customs format approved by the Commission;
* Each sheet of the copies presented should be signed and stamped by an applicant or the copies should be laced and signed and stamped by an applicant.
Information received by Roszdravnadzor via interagency cooperation**:
1) about applicant’s tax registration;
2) Information, confirming that an applicant holds a license for medical activity, which includes such services as performance of allotransplantation, involving hematopoietic stem cells and bone marrow.
** Documents submitted on applicant’s own initiative
Issue of the permit – within three working days from the date of the registration of documents submitted by an applicant to Roszdravnadzor
free of charge
Institutions for documents submission, working hours, contacts, responsible officers
4, bld.1 Slavyanskaya Square, Moscow, 109074.
Monday to Thursday: 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
Friday: 9:00 am – 4:45 pm;
Lunch break: 1:00 pm – 1:45 pm.
For more information, call:
+7 (499) 578-01-26 Trapkova Alla;
+ 7 (499) 578-01-27 Tarasova Svetlana;
Fax: +7(495) 698-15-73.
+7 (499) 578-02-30, +7 (495) 698-45-38.