With the formalization and creation of the EurAsec single customs space between the Russian Federation, Belarus and Kazakhstan and subsequently with the accession of Armenia and Kyrgyzstan, the old russian epidemic certificate (which was the basis of 70% of the old Gost Standard certifications) was replaced by a new certificate called "State Registration" (In Russian: Свидетельство о государственной регистрации продукции) representing, in chronological order, the first document considered valid by the union countries regardless of the country of issue.
The issuance of this certification (which unlike its predecessor has no longer any expiry therefore unlimited duration) is carried out for "homogeneous classes of product having same customs correspondence" and for similar products.
The list (last revision at the date of publication of the article) which includes all the products submitted to such registration by the Rospotrebnadzor (Federal Health and Consumer Protection agency) is:
Mineral bottled drinking water, with the exception of water for children;
Cosmetic products intended to be injected, products for intimate hygiene, hair dyes, chemicals for the permanent;
Products for intimate hygiene for adults and children;
Products for children up to 3 years of age: food products, sanitary products, underwear;
Food products for children between the ages of 3 and 14;
Baby foods, foods for pregnant and breastfeeding women, diet products, foods for athletes;
Food products derived from genetically modified organisms;
Paints, enamels, mastics, anchors etc.