Includes a list of goods that are prohibited from being exported to the country or are otherwise restricted.
Last Published: 6/13/2019

The import of certain commodities into Poland is prohibited, usually as the result of international sanctions. A variety of goods and commodities are subject to import (and export) restrictions to protect the safety and lives of humans, animals and plants, safeguard national security, or to protect artistic, cultural or intellectual property. Examples are restrictions and controls on the import of certain food products, drugs, pharmaceuticals, environmentally hazardous products, seeds, weapons, explosives, and antiques. 
 

As an EU member, Poland adheres to EU-wide business directives and requires local market compliance. 
 

There is an online customs tariff database, called TARIC, which is designed to show various rules applying to specific products being imported into the customs territory of the EU or, in some cases, when exported from it. To determine if a product is prohibited or subject to restriction, check the TARIC for that product for the following codes:  
 

CITES Convention on International Trade of Endangered Species 

PROHI Import Suspension 

RSTR Import Restriction 
 

For information on how to access the TARIC, see the Import Requirements and Documentation Section above. 

 

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