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List of activities requiring a license (part 1)

1) Development, production, distribution of encryption (cryptographic) means, information systems and telecommunication systems protected using encryption (cryptographic) means, performance of work, rendering services in the field of information encryption, maintenance of encryption (cryptographic) means, information systems and telecommunication systems protected using encryption (cryptographic) means (unless the maintenance of encryption (kr ptograficheskih) resources, information systems and telecommunications systems are protected with encryption (cryptographic) means, is carried out to ensure the needs of the legal entity or individual entrepreneur).

2) Development, production, sale and acquisition for the purpose of selling special technical equipment intended for the tacit receipt of information.

3) Activities for the identification of electronic devices intended for the tacit receipt of information (unless the specified activity is carried out to ensure the personal needs of a legal entity or individual entrepreneur).

4) Development and production of means of protecting confidential information.

5) Activities for the technical protection of confidential information.

6) Production and sale of printing products protected from fakes.

7) Development, production, testing and repair of aircraft.

8) Development, production, testing, installation, installation, maintenance, repair, disposal and sale of weapons and military equipment.

9) Development, production, testing, storage, repair and disposal of civil and service weapons and the main parts of firearms, trade in civil and service weapons and the main parts of firearms.

10) Development, production, testing, storage, sale and disposal of ammunition (including ammunition for civil and service weapons and components of cartridges), industrial explosives, pyrotechnic products of IV and V classes in accordance with the national standard, the use of explosives industrial materials, pyrotechnic products of IV and V classes in accordance with technical regulations.

11) Activities for the storage and destruction of chemical weapons.

12) Operation of explosive and fire hazardous production facilities.

13) Operation of chemically hazardous production facilities.

14) Fire extinguishing activities in settlements, at production facilities and infrastructure facilities, to extinguish forest fires.

15) Installation, maintenance and repair of fire safety equipment for buildings and structures.

16) Production of medicines.

17) Production and maintenance (with the exception of cases when maintenance is carried out to ensure the own needs of a legal entity or individual entrepreneur) of medical equipment.

18) The turnover of narcotic drugs, psychotropic substances and their precursors, the cultivation of drug-containing plants.

19) Activities in the field of the use of pathogens of infectious diseases of humans and animals (unless the indicated activity is carried out for medical purposes) and genetically modified organisms of the III and IV degrees of potential danger, carried out in closed systems.

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