Animal Health Requirements For Trade In Animals

Original Language Title: veterinární požadavky na obchodování se zvířaty

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382/2003 Coll.



DECREE



of 3 July 2003. November 2003



on animal health requirements for trade in animals and animal health

the terms of their imports from third countries



Change: 260/2005 Sb.



Change: 156/2006 Sb.



Change: 416/2009 Sb.



Change: 286/2014 Sb.



The Ministry of agriculture lays down pursuant to § 78 of Act No. 167/1999 Coll., on the

veterinary care and amending certain related laws (health

Act), as amended by Act No. 131/2003 Coll. (hereinafter the "Act") to perform

§ 8 para. 5, section 10, paragraph 1. 3 (b). (e)), § 28 para. 5, § 31 para. 3 (b). and)

and section 34 para. 5:



§ 1



The subject of the edit



(1) this Decree incorporates the relevant provisions of the European Union "^ 1a) and

defines the animal health conditions



and) trade in animals between the Czech Republic and the Member States

The European Union (hereinafter referred to as "Member States"),



(b)) the importation and transit of animals from countries that are not Member States (hereinafter referred to

"third country").



(2) this Ordinance shall not apply to fish, crustaceans and molluscs, the germ

products, to poultry for exhibitions, shows or contests, and

is without prejudice to the legal provisions governing animal health requirements

on animal health, its protection and the protection of animals against cruelty, the

labelling and registration of animals and their transport, health

the safety of products of animal origin.



(3) the Organization and method of carrying out veterinary checks on animals, which

are the subject of trade or importation from third countries, as well as measures

arising from the results of these checks by special legal

legislation. ^ 2)



§ 2



Definition of terms



For the purposes of this Ordinance, means the



and) trading-trading in goods, which has its origin in the Member

States, as well as goods originating from third countries, that is in the

Member States in free circulation,



(b) the bovine animals-animals of the species), cattle (Bos) including the species Bison Bison and Bubalus

bubalis,



c) pigs-animals of the genus Sus reared or kept on the holding,



d) bovine animals and swine for slaughter-cattle and pigs intended for admission to

the slaughterhouse or Assembly Centre, from which they can be relocated

only losers,



e) breeding and commercial bovine animals and swine-bovine animals and swine other than

slaughter, intended to reproduce, obtaining products of animal origin

or to work, parades and exhibitions, with the exception of animals

involved in the cultural and sporting events,



(f) ovine or caprine animals)-sheep or goats intended, either directly or

through an approved Assembly Centre to a slaughterhouse,



g) ovine or caprine animals-ovine and caprine animals other than those referred to in

(f)), and (h)), intended to be transported to the place of destination, either directly

or via an approved Assembly Centre,

further breeding and production,



h) výkrmovými ovine or caprine animals-ovine and caprine animals other than those referred to in

(f)), and (g)), intended to be transported to the place of destination, either directly

or via an approved Assembly Centre,

fattening and slaughter,



holding of origin I) ovine and caprine animals-means any holding on which they are

ovine and caprine animals in accordance with the requirements of this order continuously present and

in which they are kept, and kept a record of these animals ^ 2a)

are provided on request to the authorities of the executing State Veterinary

supervision,



j) equidae species horse-creatures (including zebras) or asinine, as well as

hybrids of these species,



k) equidae-Equus registered under special

the legislation identified by using a ^ 3) ^ 4 horse card)



l) for equidae-equidae intended for slaughter at the slaughterhouse, and it

either directly or after transit through a market or an approved

Assembly Centre,



m) commercial equidae for breeding and-equidae other than those referred to in

subparagraphs (a) to (l)))



n) temporary admission-the status of a registered animal originating in a

a third country which has been granted entry to the territory of the European Union for a period of

less than 90 days to be fixed by decision of the institutions of the European

the Union, depending on the health situation in the country of origin,



o) poultry-fowl, turkeys, Guinea fowl, ducks, geese, quails,

pigeons, pheasants, partridges, as well as runners bred or kept in

captivity for breeding, the production of meat or eggs for consumption, or

for restocking of wild game,



p) hatching eggs-eggs originating from poultry referred to in point (a)

o), intended for hatching,



q) day-old chicks-all not yet fed poultry less than 72 hours;

However, large (Cairina moschata) or their crosses may be fed,



r) breeding poultry-poultry 72 hours old or more, intended for the

production of hatching eggs,



s) productive poultry-poultry 72 hours old or more, reared for

the production of meat or eggs for consumption or for restocking wild

wild game,



t) slaughter poultry-poultry delivered directly to a slaughterhouse, that there was

slaughtered as soon as possible, but in any case not later than 72 hours after

her arrival at the slaughterhouse,



u) other animals-animals not covered by the provisions on the

animal health requirements for trade in animals of the bovine, porcine, ovine,

goats, equidae, poultry and hatching eggs and the provisions on the

conditions for imports of equidae, poultry, hatching eggs and species

ungulates referred to in annex No. 15 of this Decree,



in)-device or its part located in one place and intended

for the activities,



w) by the seed company-an undertaking whose business consists in the production of

hatching eggs for the production of breeding poultry;



x) propagating undertaking-undertaking the business of which consists in the production of

hatching eggs for the production of productive poultry,



s) odchovným undertaking-undertaking odchovávající poultry for reproduction,

whose activity consists in the rearing of poultry for reproduction before the stage

reproduction, or undertaking odchovávající productive poultry, whose activity

rearing of laying hens laying in front of the stage,



from hatchery-enterprise) whose activity consists in the storage of hatching eggs to

incubator, their hatching, and the supply of day-old chicks



AA) device-approved firm in which they are kept, other

one or more species of animals, regardless of whether the business, or

neobchodně, but solely for the purpose of issuance of the animals and education

public, the conservation of animal species, basic or applied

scientific research or breeding of animals for the purposes of this research,



BB) herd-animal or group of animals kept on a holding as

an epidemiological unit. If it is kept on a holding of more than one

herd, each of these herds is a separate unit which has the same

health status,



CC) flock-all poultry of the same health status kept on the

the same premises or in the same separate area, and forming a single

epidemiological unit; in a poultry house for the flock of all

the birds, who are in the same air space,



DD) diseases subject to mandatory reporting under this Ordinance-

the diseases listed in annex 1 to this notice,



EE) veterinary check-any physical check or

Administrative Act concerning live animals, the purpose of which is the direct

or indirect protection of public or animal health,



FF) the specific animal-health guarantees applicable safeguards

for each species, States of origin and place of destination

on the basis of the decision of the institutions of the European Union.



§ 3



In the investigation of the animal shall use methods (tests), laid down in this

the Decree, or methods (tests) in terms of reliability

at least equivalent.



Animal health requirements for bovine animals and pigs intended for trading



§ 4



Cattle and pigs can be subject to trading, where



and fulfil the conditions laid down by this) by Decree,



(b)), from leaving the holding of origin and arriving at destination come

into contact with other cloven-hoofed animals, if they have the same cloven-hoofed animals having

health status,



(c)) come from a holding or an area which is not subject to restrictive

or prohibiting the veterinary measures taken for health reasons

and relating to the animals of the species concerned (hereinafter referred to as "special

veterinary measures ") ^ 5)



(d)) was not intended to defeat,



(e)) are not subject to the restrictions in connection with the performance of the program recovery

animals ^ 6) from certain diseases,



(f)) for an identity check was done and was clinically

has been inspected by an official veterinarian within 24 hours prior to sending

and when she did not show the clinical examination (examination), no clinical symptoms

disease,



g) are identified and registered by the specified way ^ 7), so that at any time

It was possible to identify the animal and farm of origin,



h) are transported under the conditions provided for by law and by a special

legislation. ^ 15)



§ 5



(1) the bovine animals and swine covered by this Ordinance, shall be

accompanied by from the dispatch to the destination of the original correctly and completely

a completed veterinary certificate in accordance with the issued State

the veterinary services in accordance with § 48 para. 1 (b). k) of the Act (hereinafter referred to as


"health certificate").



(2) a health certificate certifying compliance with the conditions laid down in this

by Decree, if necessary, specific animal health guarantees. Must be



and) issued on the day of clinical examinations (examination) of the animal, at least in the

one of the official languages of the State of destination,



(b)) issued on a single sheet of paper; If this is not possible and a health certificate

It is exposed on multiple sheets, these sheets must be suitably connected to

formed an indivisible whole, and identified by a serial number.



(3) the health certificate validity period is 10 days from the date of its

exposure.



(4) Veterinary certificates shall be produced in accordance with section 56a of the law official

the veterinarian on the basis of clinical examinations (examination) of the animals,

where appropriate, on the basis of data on health status of the animals, the committed

the approved veterinarian of the holding of origin, or

Assembly Centre. If required by specific legislation, ^ 8)

the official veterinarian shall ensure that the health certificate, fills in the

that on the day of issue of this certificate was the relocation of the animal

registered on the Animo system.



(5) if the animal Comes from the Assembly Centre, or

approved farm, included in the network of the epidemiological

(hereinafter referred to as "network monitoring"), may be accompanied by a document

drawn up on the basis of medical confirmation, containing the relevant

the information, including information on the fulfilment of specific animal health guarantees,

endorsed by the approved veterinarian responsible for the holding

origin, or it may be in the form of veterinary certificate.



(6) if the animal has passed before reaching the Member State of destination

Assembly Centre in Czech Republic, official health issues

the doctor in charge of the Assembly Centre the new veterinary

the certificate shall bear the serial number of the health certificate,

drawn up by an official veterinarian of the Member State of origin, and

attach them to the original or an authenticated copy of the veterinary officially

the certificate. The validity of both of these certificates must not exceed a period of

validity set out in paragraph 3.



§ 6



(1) bovine animals for breeding and production and pigs must come from

the economy, which has been kept for at least 30 days prior to dispatch,

and if the animals are younger than 30 days, in which they have been held since birth.

The official veterinarian must, on the basis of the identity checks to verify that the

they comply with this condition and they come from the European Union, or

that has been imported from a third country, in compliance with the conditions laid down in this

the decree and the special legislation. ^ 9) where they pass through the animals

Assembly Centre in the Member State of origin, the time of their

the gathering outside the holding of origin shall not exceed a period of six days.



(2) animals imported from a third country cannot be after the arrival to the place of

determine the further displaced unless they meet the conditions of this order,

in particular, the requirement referred to in paragraph 1, and may not be included in the

the herd, if the official veterinarian responsible for the

the economy, does not confirm that these animals does not jeopardise the health status of

economy. If the animal imported from a third country included in the

the economy may not be animals from that holding for

next 30 days subject to trading, where it was not imported

animal isolated from other animals on the holding.



(3) animals after arrival in the territory of the Czech Republic from a third country that is not

State of destination must be transported to the country of destination as soon as possible. Must

be accompanied by a health certificate, issued pursuant to the separate

legislation. ^ 9)



§ 7



Bovine animals for breeding and production must meet the following requirements



and coming from) officially tuberculosis-free herds ^ 10) and in the case of

the animals over six weeks old have reacted negatively to an intradermal

tuberculin test carried out during the 30 days prior to leaving the herd of origin.

This test is not required if the animals are coming from the State

its parts, which are officially free of tuberculosis, or in which the

network monitoring system



(b)) come from a herd officially free of enzootic bovine leukosis, ^ 10) and

If it is over 12 months old, be examined individually, with a negative

the result of the imunodifúzním test carried out during the 30 days before the

leaving the herd of origin. This test is not required if the animals

of a Member State or a part thereof, which are officially free of enzootic bovine

bovine leukosis or in which the network monitoring system has been established,



c) in the case of non-castrated animals, come from a herd officially free

brucellosis, ^ 10) and are older than 12 months, during the 30 days before the

leaving the herd of origin examined the test serum, aglutinačním

where appropriate, complement fixation test, buffered method with the

brucelovým Antigen test or ELISA; the test used shall be indicated

in the animal health certificate. This test is not required, if applicable

animals from the State or a part thereof, which are officially brucellosis-free,

or in which the network monitoring system has been established,



d) must at no time between leaving the holding of origin and arrival in space

destination come into contact with bovine animals from a herd which is officially free

Tuberculosis and enzootic bovine leukosis, and in the case of non-castrated

animals, the officially brucellosis-free.



§ 8



In addition, cattle must come from a herd officially free

Tuberculosis and enzootic bovine leukosis, and in the case of non-castrated

animals, the officially brucellosis-free.



§ 9



Bovine animals and pigs, taken after arriving in the United States



and) at the slaughterhouse, shall be in accordance with animal health requirements, be slaughtered what

soon as possible, but not later than during the 72 hours after their arrival at the slaughterhouse,



(b)) to the Assembly Centre, must be an after market (sale) carried

directly to a slaughterhouse and, in accordance with animal health requirements, be slaughtered what

soon as possible, but not later than within three working days of their arrival

in this Centre. In the time between their arrival in Assembly

centres and their arrival at the slaughterhouse those animals shall not come into

contact with other cloven-hoofed animals other than animals are complying with the veterinary

the conditions laid down in this Decree.



§ 10



(1) if found violating the provisions of this Ordinance or the rules

The European Union, the regional veterinary services in accordance with section 49 of the Act

appropriate measures to ensure the health of animals and prevention of the spread of

disease, specifically provided for by law in the



and the completion of shipment or return) of the animals to their place of departure

the shortest route with the condition that the activity is not carried out

endanger the health or well-being of the animals,



(b)) the keeping of animals in suitable accommodation with reasonable care to ensure

animal welfare in the event of interruption of the journey,



(c)) the slaughter of animals; animal products derived from such animals

can be



1. assessed as edible in accordance with a special legislative

Regulation, ^ 11) or



2. considered inedible and processed in accordance with a special

legislation. ^ 12)



(2) the State Veterinary Administration in accordance with § 48 para. 1 (b). o) of the Act

immediately inform the competent authority of the Member State of origin of the identified

failure to comply with the animal health conditions laid down in this Decree.



§ 11



The State Veterinary Administration in accordance with § 48 para. 1 (b). o) of the Act

not later than 31 December 2006. may calendar year shall notify the Commission of the European

Union (hereinafter referred to as "the Commission") on the occurrence of the diseases referred to in annex 1 to the

This Decree, to which bovine animals and swine are susceptible, and on the occurrence of diseases,

subject to additional guarantees of the European Union, in its territory in

the previous calendar year, including details of the monitoring and

the implementation of recovery programmes, of animals. The criteria for the granting of

the information communicated by the Commission.



Special health guarantees when dealing with pigs on

Aujeszky's disease



§ 12



Sending pigs destined for Member States or regions thereof free from

Aujeszky's disease listed in annex I to Commission decision

the determination of the additional guarantees relating to Aujeszky's disease to trade with

intra-Community trade and the establishment of criteria for the granting of

information on this disease ^ 17), and originating in other Member States

or ranges that are not listed in the annex to this decision, it is

authorised only under the conditions set out in annex 3 to this notice.



section 13 of the



The State Veterinary Administration, without prejudice to the provisions of § 78 para. 2 of this

the Ordinance, inform the Commission of the occurrence of Aujeszky's disease, including

details of the monitoring and implementation of recovery programmes, of animals,

at least once a year in accordance with the uniform criteria laid down in

Annex No 4 to this notice.



§ 14



Special health guarantees trade in bovine animals relating to infectious

bovine rhinotracheitis



Bovine animals which come from other Member States or regions than those

which are listed in annex II to Commission decision on the implementation of the directive


Council 64/432/EEC as regards additional guarantees for trade in beef cattle in the

the community in the context of infectious bovine rhinotracheitis

the cattle and the approval of the vymýcovacích programs proposed by some

Member States of ^ 18), and which is intended for Member States or regions

referred to in annex II to this decision, shall comply with the conditions referred to

in annex 6 to this Ordinance.



Animal health requirements for ovine and caprine animals intended for trading



§ 15



(1) ovine and caprine animals may be the subject of trade only if



and fulfil the conditions laid down by this) by Decree,



(b) the prescribed manner) are marked and recorded ^ 7), so that at any time

It was possible to identify the animal and farm of origin,



(c)) have been clinically inspected by an official veterinarian during the 24

hours before the shipment and hold when the clinical examination (examination)

no clinical signs of disease,



(d)) were born or have been kept since birth in the territory of the European Union,

or imported from a third country included on the list of third countries and

their parts, of which the animals may be imported into the European Union,

drawn up and published by the European Union institutions, in compliance with the terms and conditions

laid down by this Decree and the special legislation, ^ 13)



e) come from a holding, and do not come into contact with animals of the

a farm which is subject to extraordinary health measures adopted

due to the presence or risk of spread of the disease to which they are

animals are susceptible, particularly brucellosis, rabies or anthrax.

These measures must take after the slaughter of the last sick or

a susceptible animal on the holding for at least 42 days in the case of brucellosis, 30

days, in the case of rabies, and 15 days in the case of anthrax,



(f)) come from a holding, and have not been in contact with animals from

a holding subject to restrictions, taken in the context of the

damping of foot and mouth disease, or which may not abandon animals

because it is within the protection zone, defined relative to the occurrence or

the risk of spreading the disease to which the animals are susceptible,



(g)) at the time between leaving the holding of origin and arrival at the place of

determine do not come into contact with other cloven-hoofed animals other than animals that

they have the same health status, and at no time did not endanger health

the status of ovine and caprine animals which are not intended for trading,



h) before it was exposed last certified for trade for

to send to the final destination in another Member State, that

It is indicated in the health certificate has not been outside the holding of origin,

more than 6 days; This period shall be extended by the duration of the voyage by sea,



I) after leaving the holding of origin were sent directly to the destination

in another Member State or after leaving the holding of origin before

coming to the place of destination, have gone through only one approved Assembly

Centre situated in the Member State of origin; in the case of

ovine and caprine animals it is possible this Centre substitute approved premises

the trader, which are located in the Member State of origin,



j) animals for slaughter after arrival in the Member State of destination, delivered at the

slaughterhouse and are slaughtered there as soon as possible, but no later than 72 hours from the

arrival in the Member State.



(2) the breeding and fattening sheep or goats, which are to be included in the

ovine or caprine holding officially free or free of brucellosis of sheep

and goats (b. melitensis), must meet the conditions laid down in a special

legislation. ^ 10)



(3) the State Veterinary Administration may, in accordance with § 48 para. 1 (b). (f))

by law, authorize the movement of equidae for breeding and fattening of sheep and goats, though

the conditions of this order are not complied with, in the case of the movement

intended exclusively to temporary grazing near internal borders of the

Of the European Union.



section 15a



(1) the Slaughter, fattening and breeding sheep and goats shall



and) continually stay in the holding of origin for at least 30 days, or since

of birth, in the case of animals younger than 30 days,



b) come from a holding into which ovine or caprine animals have been placed

during the 21 days prior to dispatch,



(c)) come from a holding into which were not within the 30 days prior to dispatch

placed cloven-hoofed animals having imported from third countries.



(2) the regional veterinary services may, in accordance with § 49 paragraph 1. 1 (b). (g))

the Act allow exceptions to the requirements referred to in paragraph 1 (b). (b)), and

(c)), where sheep and goats have been completely isolated from all other animals

in the economy.



section 15b



(1) ovine and caprine animals



and may not meet the requirements referred to) in § 15a paragraph 1. 1 (b). and), if

continuously residing in the holding of origin for at least 21 days,



(b)) may not comply with the requirements referred to in § 15a paragraph 1. 1 (b). (b)), if

are transported directly to a slaughterhouse in another Member State to

immediate slaughter without undergoing the Assembly Centre, or

the checkpoint, and if they comply with the requirements referred to in point (a)

and article 15, paragraph 1). 1 (b). (h)),



(c) may not meet requirements) referred to in article 15, paragraph 2. 1 (b). I), if the

After leaving the holding of origin has undergone another drain pipe and if they meet the

the requirements referred to in article 15, paragraph 2. 1 (b). (h)) and in paragraph 2.



(2) in the cases referred to in paragraph 1 (b). (c)) shall be required to



and) before animals pass through the approved Assembly Centre

referred to in article 15, paragraph 2. 1 (b). I), which is located in a Member State

origin, satisfy the following requirements



1. after leaving the holding of origin has gone through a drain pipe under the supervision of the official

veterinarian, which permits at the same time only

animals of the same health status, and



2. from this gathering the animals accompanied by animal health certificate

transported to the approved Assembly Centre referred to in section 15

paragraph. 1 (b). (I)), which must be equipped with a new veterinary certificate

sent directly to the slaughterhouse in the Member State of destination, or



(b)) may, after dispatch from the Member State of origin and before sending the

to the slaughterhouse in the Member State of destination and transit through one approved

the Assembly Centre,



1. is located in the Member State of destination from where the animals must be

sent under the responsibility of the official veterinarian directly to a

a slaughterhouse in order to be within five days of arrival at the approved Assembly

the centres have been slaughtered, or



2. situated in one Member State of transit from where the animals are

sent directly to the slaughterhouse in the Member State of destination indicated in the

the animal health certificate issued in accordance with section 17 para. 7.



§ 15 c



A person who as an entrepreneur ^ 13b) directly or indirectly buys and sells

ovine or caprine animals for profit, has a turnover of these animals, which

not later than 29 days from time of purchase again sells or moves out of the

the first premises to other premises or directly to a slaughterhouse, provided that such

other spaces or a slaughterhouse not within his ownership, and that was for this

the activities of the regional Veterinary Administration approved and registered in accordance

with § 49 paragraph 1. 1 (b). (h)), and she was a veterinary approval

number (hereinafter referred to as "the person involved in trading with the sheep and

the goats "), maintained in accordance with section 5 of the Act made records

the stores, which it keeps for at least 3 years the following information:



and) name. name, last name, business name or the name of the breeder,

information on the holding of origin, date of purchase, categories, number and identification of

ovine and caprine animals or registration number of the holding of origin of purchased

the animals, where appropriate, the approval number and registering the Assembly

the Centre or data on downspout, through which the animals have passed prior to purchase, and

their proposed destination,



(b) the carrier or the) registration number of the registration number of the transport

a resource that brings the animals and dare,



(c) the name and address of the purchaser) and the destination of the animals,



(d) a copy of the itinerary or) serial number of the veterinary certificate.



§ 15 d



Person involved in the trade in ovine and caprine animals may only be used for

these animals stables and other premises (hereinafter referred to as "approved premises"), which



and for this purpose) were registered with the regional health administration in accordance with

§ 49 paragraph 1. 1 (b). (h)), it was given a veterinary approval number

and are under veterinary supervision,



(b)) are located in an area which is not subject to the limiting or prohibiting

veterinary measures,



(c)) have



1. appropriate facilities of sufficient capacity and in particular areas for

examination and isolation,



2. appropriate facilities for loading and unloading of animals, and, if necessary,

for stabling, watering and feeding, and the necessary treatment of animals; These

the premises must be cleaned and disinfected,



3. sufficient space for storing litter and dung,



4. an appropriate system for collecting waste water,



(d)) are cleaned and disinfected before use according to the instructions of the official

veterinarian.



section 16 of the



Ovine and caprine animals must also



and) come from a holding, and to come into contact only with animals from the

economy,



1. in which has not been clinically diagnosed in the previous six

months, contagious agalactia of sheep Mycoplasma agalactiae or


contagious agalactia of goats (Mycoplasma agalactiae, m. capricolum, m.

mycoides subsp. mycoides ' large colony '), in the preceding 12

months, paratuberculosis or caseous lymphadenitis and in

the previous three years, pulmonary Adenomatosis, Maedi/Visna or caprine

viral arthritis/ecephalitis. Period of three years may, however, be

reduced to a period of 12 months if the animals, which have been found

Maedi/Visna or caprine viral arthritis/encephalitis have been slaughtered, and

the remaining animals have been subjected with negative results to two, for the following

cases by decision of the institutions of the European Union recognised tests, or



2. that in connection with the recovery of animals from some of

diseases referred to in point 1 or with regard to the recognition of a State or territory

its parts are free from any of these diseases provides special

the animal health guarantees which are equivalent for a named disease or

the disease,



3. where the official veterinarian responsible for issuing the

animal health certificate no facts do not indicate that the conditions of points

1 and 2 are not met, and the breeder expressly confirmed that he no

nothing is known of such facts, and has declared in writing that the animals

satisfy the conditions of paragraphs 1 and 2,



(b)) as regards the uncastrated breeding Rams with regard to contagious

Epididymitis of Rams (b. ovis),



1. come from a holding in which in the previous 12 months

has not been diagnosed with this disease,



2. during the 60 days prior to dispatch permanently kept in this

economy,



3. during the 30 days prior to dispatch have been serologically tested with

negative result on that disease, or meet equivalent special

health guarantees recognised by decision of the institutions of the European Union,



(c)) be accompanied by a health certificate.



§ 17



(1) ovine and caprine animals covered by this Ordinance, shall be accompanied by

from the dispatch to the place of destination of the original filled out correctly and completely

based on the model of the health certificate issued by the State Veterinary Administration

in accordance with § 48 para. 1 (b). k) of the Act.



(2) a health certificate certifying compliance with the conditions laid down in this

by Decree, if necessary, specific animal health guarantees. Must be



and issued on the day of) the veterinary checks of the animal at least in

one of the official languages of the State of destination,



(b)) issued on a single sheet of paper; If this is not possible and a health certificate

It is exposed on multiple sheets, these sheets must be suitably connected to

formed an indivisible whole, and identified by a serial number.



(3) the health certificate validity period is 10 days from the date of its

exposure.



(4) animal health certificate (including special health safeguards) for

a consignment of animals made out in accordance with section 56a of the law the official veterinary

the doctor on the basis of the veterinary inspection (examination) of animals made in

the holding of origin, the Assembly Centre or, in the case of

animals in approved dealer's premises. If required by the Special

^ 8) legislation, the official veterinarian shall ensure that fills

veterinary certificate to the day of issue of this certificate was

the transfer of the animal registered in the computer network.



(5) as regards ovine and caprine animals fattening and breeding sheep and goats

transported to another Member State from an approved Assembly

the Centre situated in the Member State of origin, the health

certificate of official veterinarian for the Assembly

the Centre, on the basis of the veterinary checks of animals that are to

arriving there, and the health status of the animals, the committed

the official veterinarian on the holding of origin.



(6) as regards ovine and caprine animals being transported to another Member

State of the approved Assembly Centre or from approved

space trader located in the Member State of origin, can be

veterinary certificate on the basis of the veterinary checks of animals and

data on health status of the animals, confirmed the official veterinary

doctor in the holding of origin, or by an official veterinarian

carrying out the State veterinary supervision at the deception referred to in § 15b paragraph. 2

(a). and) point 1.



(7) as regards ovine and caprine animals transiting through an approved

Assembly Centre referred to in section 15b paragraph. 2 (a). (b)) (2),

the official veterinarian responsible for the approved Assembly

Centre in the transit Member State a new veterinary certificate, in

which fills in the requested data from the original health certificate, and

Appends a copy of the health certificate, which your

the signature confirms. The validity of both of these certificates must not exceed a period of

validity set out in paragraph 3.



§ 17a



(1) for the transport of sheep and goats can only use means of transport that



and) are secured against loss or leakage of feed, bedding,

excrement and other waste,



(b)) were after the end of transportation and, if necessary, before the transport

cleaned and disinfected registered with ^ 13 c) or

with whose placing on the market were allowed to ^ 13d).



(2) the carrier who is transporting the sheep and goats,



and) will ensure that you will have for cleaning and disinfecting means of transport

appropriate facilities, including facilities for storing litter and dung,

that have been approved by the regional veterinary services, or submit

the regional health administration of the proof of the fact that this activity is performed by other

a person who is authorised to carry out such an activity,



(b)) shall ensure that the animals, between leaving the holding of origin and arrival

at their destination, come into contact with animals of a lower health

status,



(c)) shall ensure that the person intended for the transport of animals should be for this activity

appropriate knowledge and experience to the specific training or

practice,



(d)) shall ensure that for each vehicle used for the transport of sheep and goats management

the register, which contains the following information:



1. date and place of loading of the animal and the details of the owner, or

the operators of the Assembly Centre (name, or name, surname and

place of residence or stay ^ 13e), in the case of a natural person, or

business name or name and address, or the address of the business folder

on the territory of the Czech Republic, in the case of legal entity), which are

animals are loaded,



2. date and place of unloading of the animal and the data of the owner or

the operators of the Assembly Centre (name, or name, surname and

place of residence or stay ^ 13e), in the case of a natural person, or

business name or name and address, or the address of the business folder

on the territory of the Czech Republic, in the case of legal entity), which are

animals shall be unloaded,



3. the species and number of animals being transported,



4. the date and place of disinfection,



5. the number, type and the accompanying documents,



e) retain the documentation referred to in point (d)) for at least 3 years and

on request, it shall submit to the authorities of the executing State supervision.



section 18



If Member States apply control system providing guarantees

equivalent to those laid down in article 15, paragraph 2. 2 and § 16, with regard to the

the movement of ovine and caprine animals on their territory, in particular through the

of an identification document, the State Veterinary Administration in accordance with §

48 para. 1 (b). (f)) of the Act on the basis of reciprocity, to grant other exceptions

the provisions of article 15, paragraph 2. 1 (b). (c)) and the obligation to supply veterinary

certificate referred to in section 17. Shall inform the Commission of any exemption granted.



Animal health requirements applicable to equidae intended for trading



§ 19



(1) the equidae may be the subject of trade only if



and fulfil the conditions laid down by this) by Decree and other legal

regulations, ^ 2) ^ 3)



(b)) were clinically inspected by an official veterinarian within 48

hours of dispatch and showed during the clinical examination (examination)

no clinical signs of disease,



(c)) have not been designated for slaughter or killed in connection with their

reviving the program animals ^ 6) from some disease.



(2) the equidae must not come from a holding which has been due to the

the presence or risk of spread of the disease to which equidae are susceptible,

ordered the emergency veterinary measures, if



and) was not all susceptible animals slaughtered and yet

time has not expired



1. six months after the date of the last actual or possible contact with animals

with the infected animal, in the case of dourine; However, in the case of stallions

This period lasts until the animal is castrated,



2. six months after the date of the slaughter or culling of infected animals,

in the case of glanders or equine encephalomyelitis,



3. six months after the date of the last case of the disease, detected in the case of

vesicular stomatitis,



4. one month from the date of the last detected case of the disease, if it is

about rabies



5. fifteen days from the date of the last case of the disease, detected in the case of

anthrax,



6. when, after the infected equidae remaining animals

negatively when two Coggins tests test, carried out in

an interval of three months, in the case of infectious anaemia, equine



b) all the animals susceptible to the disease have been slaughtered or


killed and the premises in which animals have been traced,

disinfected, and the 30-day period has not yet expired, in the case of anthrax,

15 days from the date of the slaughter or killing of animals, and disinfection of premises,



(c)) didn't come as declared by the farmers and knowledge of official

veterinarian during the 15 days prior to the clinical

examination (examination) in contact with infected equidae.



(3) the State Veterinary Administration may, in accordance with § 48 para. 1 (b). (f))

the law allow derogation from the conditions laid down in paragraph 2 for the race

the Racecourse and in accordance with § 48 para. 1 (b). o) of the Act shall inform the Commission about the

the scope of this exception.



(4) Registered equidae are dispatched from the holding, the

be accompanied by a pedigree horse. If the animal subject, must

be accompanied by a certificate confirmation next to the horse on his health

State.



(5) equidae for breeding, production and slaughter must be accompanied by proof of

horses. If the animal subject, must be accompanied by the addition to the

horse health certificate card.



(6) the official veterinarian who has to certify the fulfilment of the conditions

referred to in paragraph 2 (a). a) and b), § 22 para. 1, 2, 3, and section 77 and

in doing so, finds that one of these conditions is not met, it shall suspend the

the use of the card at the time the horses listed in the cited provisions. After

the slaughter of the registered horse, the document is returned to the Office, that it

It has issued.



section 20



(1) the animal health certificate or, in the case of the card horse form

containing health data must be drawn up during the 48 hours before the

by submitting or no later than the last working day prior to dispatch,

in at least one of the official languages of the Member States of departure and destination.



(2) the animal health certificate must be drawn up on a single sheet. Time

the validity of the animal health certificate shall be 10 days from the date of its issuance.



(3) other than registered equidae may be accompanied by one

veterinary certificate applicable to the shipment.



section 21



Czech Republic is free from African horse sickness, if not on its territory

no clinical, serological in unvaccinated equidae or

epidemiological evidence of African horse sickness in the past two years and has not been

vaccination against that disease in the last 12 months.



section 22



(1) the part of the territory of the Czech Republic is considered to be infected with African horse sickness,

If



and the clinical and serological) (in unvaccinated animals) and/or epidemiological

tests confirmed the presence of African horse sickness on this part of its territory in the

the last two years, or



(b)) was carried out in the last 12 months on that part of its territory

vaccination against that disease.



(2) part of the territory considered to be infected with African horse sickness must comprise

at least a protection zone with a radius of at least 100 km around the outbreak,

as well as a surveillance zone of at least 50 km beyond the protection zone, in which

in the last 12 months has not carried out vaccination against that disease.



(3) If a part of the territory of the Czech Republic was considered contaminated

African horse sickness could be animals originating in this section moved

or sent only, provided that the



and are only sent) during certain periods of the year set by the Commission with the

regard to the activity of the insect that transmits the originator of African horse sickness,



(b)) on the day of clinical examinations (examination), pursuant to section 19 para. 1 (b). (b))

She did not show any symptoms of the disease with African horse sickness,



c) have not been vaccinated against this disease, was on it twice in

interval of 21 to 30 days of examination, with negative result

komplementfixačním test in accordance with the methodological instructions State

the veterinary service, the second examination was carried out in the course of

over the past 10 days prior to dispatch,



d) if they have been vaccinated against this disease, it was in the course of

the last two months before sending the animals have been examined in the

the interval referred to in subparagraph (c)) komplementfixačním test, and

According to the result of this test of antibody, not growth



(e)) have been kept in quarantine for at least 40 days prior to dispatch,



(f)) was at the time of the quarantine and quarantine on the shipment from the place of departure

protected against the vector ^ 10) which transmits the originator of African horse sickness.



(4) the measures for the control of African horse sickness is governed by a special legal

^ 10) provision.



(5) the State Veterinary Administration in accordance with a special legislative

Regulation ^ 10) give the registration and marking of all vaccinated equidae,

who are located in the protection zone, a clear and unavoidable

marker that is used in these cases in the European Union.



(6) the animal health certificate or licence relating to horses in

the protection zone, who were vaccinated against African horse sickness, they shall contain a

the necessary information about this vaccination.



Article 23 of the



If Member States apply control system providing guarantees

equivalent to those laid down in § 19 para. 2 (a). a) and b), with regard to the

the movement of equidae and registered equidae in their territory,

in particular, through an identification document, the State

animal health management in accordance with § 48 para. 1 (b). (f)) of the Act on the basis of

reciprocity, grant additional derogations from the provisions of § 19 para. 1 (b). (b)) and §

19 para. 5. granted exemptions shall inform the Commission.



section 24



(1) the equidae must be transported from the holding of origin to the place of destination

as soon as possible, either directly or via an approved market or

Assembly Centre.



(2) the equidae must be transported in means of transport, which

are



a) so constructed that, of them in the course of the carriage and nevytékaly

not the feces, litter and feed,



b) properly cleaned and disinfected approved disinfectant

follow the instructions of the regional Veterinary Administration.



(3) the transport must be carried out so as to effectively protect the health and

animal welfare.



§ 25



(1) the regional veterinary services may, in accordance with § 49 paragraph 1. 1 (b). (g))

by law, authorize the movement of equidae, although the conditions for this are met

the decree referred to in section 19, 21 and 22, in the case of relocation of the animals, which are

near internal borders of the European Union



and) used to ride or to a stroke, or for sports and recreation

purposes,



(b)) involved in cultural or similar events, organised by the local

institutions and bodies,



c) intended to temporary grazing or work.



(2) the State Veterinary Administration in accordance with § 48 para. 1 (b). o) of the Act

inform the Commission of the scope of exemptions granted under paragraph 1.



(3) the State Veterinary Administration may, in accordance with § 48 para. 1 (b). (f))

Act authorise the movement of animals, though are not met

the terms of this decree referred to in § 7 para. 2 (a). a) and b), with respect to

relocation of animals for slaughter, which are specifically designated as animals

intended to defeat, transported directly to the designated slaughterhouse and be slaughtered within five

days; authorisation of such transfer must be recorded in the veterinary

the certificate.



(4) the official veterinarian must record the identification number or

the number of horses slaughtered animal card and send it to the competent authority of the place of

sent at his request, a confirmation of the fact that the animal was slaughtered.



Animal health requirements for poultry and hatching eggs intended for trading



section 26



Hatching eggs, day-old chicks, breeding and productive poultry can be

the subject of trading, where they come from



and undertaking an approved) in accordance with Annex No. 7 of part I of this

the Decree, which has been assigned the veterinary approval number,



(b) the undertaking and region), which are not subject to extraordinary health

measures relating to poultry,



(c)) from a flock which at the time there was no clinical

symptom of the disease, nor any suspicion of disease to which poultry is

are susceptible.



section 27 of the



(1) at the time of hatching eggs must



and) come from a flock which



1. it has been kept for more than six weeks before sending in one or more

approved undertakings,



2. If it was subjected to vaccination, vaccination was carried out in

accordance with the conditions set out in annex 8 to this Ordinance,



3. during the 72 hours preceding dispatch has been subjected

Veterinary examination carried out by the treating veterinarian,

in which no clinical sign of disease, or any

suspicion of disease to which poultry is susceptible, or be subjected to

Veterinary examination carried out by the treating veterinarian

each month, last no more than 31 days prior to shipment. In this case,

must be during the 72 hours preceding the Send scanned

records of the State of health of the poultry and assessed its current health

status, based on current information supplied by the farmer.

Where revision of the records or information provided is suspected, on

which poultry is susceptible, the official veterinarian must be

further veterinary control, to eliminate the possible presence of

the disease,



(b)) to be identified,



(c)) have been disinfected in accordance with the instructions of the regional Veterinary Administration.



(2) If, in the course of incubation in the flock tested, from which the hatching eggs


comes, disease to which poultry is susceptible, shall be notified to the

the appropriate regional animal health management and hatchery, responsible for the hatchery and

the flock of origin.



section 28



Day-old chicks



and) must be been hatched from hatching eggs satisfying the conditions

laid down in articles 26 and 27,



(b)) must, if they have been vaccinated, satisfy the vaccination conditions in

Appendix 8 to this Ordinance,



(c)) must not be based on information about the health status of the flock, or

the laboratory examination of the flock exhibit no symptoms at the time of departure,

that could lead to the suspicion of the disease.



section 29



Breeding and productive poultry at the time must be



and) have been kept since hatching or for more than six weeks before sending it in

one or more of the approved undertakings,



(b)) during the 48 hours preceding dispatch an animal health

examination (examination) conducted by the treating veterinarian, when

which there was no clinical sign of disease, or any other

reason to suspect the disease to which poultry is susceptible; If the poultry

have been vaccinated, then it must satisfy the vaccination conditions in annex 8 to

This Decree.



section 30



cancelled



section 31



cancelled



§ 32



cancelled



§ 33



cancelled



§ 34



Slaughter poultry must come from the undertaking which



and) has been held since hatching or for more than 21 days prior to dispatch,



(b)) has not been ordered or declared emergency veterinary measures,

applicable to poultry, or the area in which the undertaking is located, the following

measures shall not be subject,



c) during the five days preceding the departure was a result of

poultry is sent, made the health examination (examination), in which

There was no clinical sign of disease, or any other reason to

suspicion of disease to which poultry is susceptible.



§ 35



(1) at the time of dispatch of the poultry earlier 72 hours old intended for restocking

wild game come from a holding in which



and) has been held since hatching or for more than 21 days prior to dispatch, and in

where in the course of 14 days prior to dispatch, come into contact with

poultry, newly promoted to the holding,



(b)) has not been ordered or declared emergency veterinary measures,

applicable to poultry, or the area in which the undertaking is located, the following

measures shall not be subject,



(c)) during the 48 hours preceding dispatch on the flock tested was from which is

poultry sent, made the health examination (examination), in which

There was no clinical sign of disease, or suspected

the disease to which poultry is susceptible.



(2) the provisions of § 26 of the poultry referred to in paragraph 1 does not apply.



section 36



(1) the provisions of § 26 to 29, section 34 and sections 39 to 41 shall not apply to

trade in hatching eggs and poultry, in the case of consignments comprising fewer

than 20 pieces. In the cases of these shipments must



a) hatching eggs and poultry come from flocks which



1. have been kept since hatching or for at least three months

before sending in the territory of the European Union,



2. at the time of departure without any clinical signs of disease,

which poultry is susceptible, not subject to extraordinary health measures and

is not kept in an area that is subject to such a measure,



3. If it has been subjected to vaccination, vaccination was carried out in

accordance with the conditions set out in annex 8 to this Ordinance,



b) all poultry shipments have one in the month preceding the dispatch

the negative result of the bacteriological or serological examination for the

Salmonella pullorum and Salmonella gallinarum antibodies, in accordance with Annex # 7

of this order,



c) in the case of hatching eggs or day-old chicks, in the flock of origin

during the three months preceding submission to serologically examined

detect the presence of antibodies as referred to in point (b)), to the extent that

gives 95% confidence to prove the disease for a prevalence of 5%.



(2) the provisions of paragraph 1 shall not apply to runners and their hatching

eggs.



§ 37



If it is in the Czech Republic or part of a vaccination against

Newcastle disease, and when they are hatching eggs and poultry sent to

Member State or a part thereof which have been accepted as non-vaccinating against

This disease, they are required to



and) the hatching eggs come from flocks which are not vaccinated against

Newcastle disease, or are vaccinated with inactivated vaccine

or a live vaccine that vaccination was carried out at least 30

days before the collection of the hatching eggs,



(b) day-old chicks) including chicks intended for restocking of wild

animals have not been vaccinated against Newcastle disease, and came from

hatching eggs satisfying the conditions referred to in point (a)), and

the hatchery, which is ensured by the time as well as locally separated by incubation of these

eggs from eggs which do not meet the conditions laid down in

(a)),



c) breeding and productive poultry have not been vaccinated against Newcastle

disease and



1. for 14 days before consignment under veterinary supervision

isolated in a holding or at a quarantine station. In this

case or other poultry, which is in the holding of origin,

or in a quarantine station may not be in the course of 21 days

prior to the dispatch of the vaccinated against Newcastle disease, and no

another bird, except those who are part of the consignment may be

that period included in this economy, in this

the quarantine station; at the quarantine station shall not be carried out no

vaccination,



2. in the course of 14 days before dispatch, have undergone with negative

the results of the serological examination to determine representative

the presence of antibodies for Newcastle disease, carried out in accordance with the

procedure approved by the institutions of the European Union,



d) slaughter poultry came from a flock which, if it has been vaccinated against

Newcastle disease, meets the conditions referred to in point 2, point (c)),

or, if it has been vaccinated, during the 14 days preceding the

send subject representative examination of samples for the presence of

Newcastle disease virus, carried out in accordance with the procedure approved by the

institutions of the European Union.



§ 38



It is to be part of the Czech Republic or its recognised as non-vaccinating against

Newcastle disease, and they are to be on this basis required for

trading special health guarantees must be the institutions of the European Union

an application for approval of this Statute and program recovery for

Newcastle disease.



§ 39



(1) the hatching eggs and day-old chicks are transported either in new

non-returnable packages, which are designed for this purpose and for single

use, after which it is harmlessly removed, or in returnable packaging

which are intended for repeated use, on condition that they are before the

each use of the cleaned and disinfected.



(2) in the containers referred to in paragraph 1 can be transported only eggs for hatching

or day-old chicks of the same species, category and type of poultry,

coming from the same company.



(3) the designation of these packages must include the following information:



and name of Member State) area of origin,



(b)) the undertaking of origin veterinary approval number,



(c)) the number of eggs or chickens in the packaging,



(d)) the species of poultry from which the eggs or chicks.



(4) the packaging containing the hatching eggs or day-old chicks may be

for the transport of containers transferred to equipped for this purpose. On

the container shall be marked with a number of containers and the information referred to in paragraph 3.



section 40



Breeding and productive poultry are transported in crates or cages,

that



and only) includes poultry of the same species, category and type,

coming from the same company,



(b)) are marked with the veterinary approval number of the holding of origin.



§ 41



(1) the day-old chicks, breeding and productive poultry must be transported

without delay and shall not, during transport to the destination come into contact with

other live birds, except for day-old chicks, breeding and productive

poultry, which satisfies the conditions laid down in this Decree.



(2) slaughter poultry must be delivered without delay to the slaughterhouse of destination, without

She came into contact with other poultry except poultry for slaughter, fulfilling the

the conditions laid down in this Decree.



(3) poultry intended for restocking must be transported in time as short as possible

at the place of destination, without coming into contact with other poultry except

poultry intended for restocking wild game supplies, subject to conditions

laid down by this Decree.



(4) boxes, cages and means of transport must be designed so as to

them during transport the excrement and feathers, in order to observe

poultry and can be cleaned and disinfected.



(5) the means of transport, containers, crates and cages must, before

After unloading the shipment and cleaned and disinfected in accordance with the instructions of the regional

the Veterinary Administration.



§ 42



Unless the carriage by road undertaken after the major transport routes, ^ 14)

poultry shall not be referred to in § 41 para. 1 to 3 are transported to the places where

There are avian avian influenza or Newcastle disease.



§ 43



Poultry and hatching eggs in the trade between the Czech Republic and


the Member States must, during transportation to the place of destination, be accompanied by

a veterinary certificate



and) is signed by the official veterinarian, bear the stamp and

the signature is in a different colour to that of the certificate,



(b)) is issued on the day of departure in the language or in the languages of the sending

a Member State in the official language or languages of the Member

State of destination,



(c)) is valid for 5 days from the date of issue,



(d)) shall be drawn up on a single sheet,



(e)) is made out for a single consignee.



§ 44



If the destination of the Czech Republic, State Veterinary Administration may in

accordance with § 48 para. 1 (b). (f)) of the Act allow one or more of the

the sending Member States importing poultry and hatching eggs without the

the certificate referred to in section 43.



Animal health requirements for other animals intended for trading



§ 45



(1) the other animals for trading may be subject to

trading only if



and fulfil the conditions laid down by this) by Decree,



(b)) come from a holding in which the animals are maintained in good

health and well-being and regular Veterinary examination,



(c)) come from a holding in which compliance with the measures taken in

connection with the implementation of the programme to reviving the animals from diseases

referred to in annex 11 to this Ordinance, or in connection with the fact that

the territory of the Czech Republic or part of it are considered to be free from such

the disease,



(d)) do not show signs of disease,



e) come from a holding or an area which is not subject to restrictive

or prohibiting the extraordinary health measures.



(2) if the animals referred to in paragraph 1, accompanied by a health

certificate or commercial document must be accompanied by a written

the Declaration, which confirms that the business operator sent the animals

at the time of dispatch and showed no obvious symptom of the disease and that the company

is not subject to extraordinary health measures.



§ 46



Monkeys and primates



(1) monkey (Simiae) and primates (Prosimiae) must come from establishments and

be identified and transported directly to an approved establishment as referred to

in section 55. The animals must be accompanied by a health certificate,

the certificate must be completed by an official veterinarian of the device

of origin, to ensure the health status of the animals.



(2) the regional veterinary services may, in accordance with § 49 paragraph 1. 1 (b). (g))

the law allow approved devices could get a monkey or

poloopici from another breeder.



§ 47



Ungulates



Ungulates, the omission in the previous provisions of this order, the

be the subject of trading, where



and are marked so) in order to determine their origin,



(b)) are not intended for slaughter or killed in connection with their

reviving the program animals ^ 6) from some disease,



(c)) are not vaccinated against foot-and-mouth disease and satisfy the animal health

the requirements, set out to control and prevent the spread of the disease,



(d)) come from a holding which is not subject to extraordinary health

measures,



(e)) were in the business of origin kept continuously since birth or for at least

for a period of 30 days prior to dispatch,



f) are accompanied by a health certificate.



§ 48



(1) the Ruminants must



and) come from a herd which is officially tuberculosis free and officially

free or free of brucellosis under special legislation ^ 10) and

corresponds to the requirements arising from article 4 (a). d), (e)), g) or section 15 to

18,



(b)) if they do not come from a herd which satisfies the conditions laid down in

(a)) come from a holding in which was not during the 42 days prior to the

dispatch of the animals no case of brucellosis or tuberculosis, and

in which the ruminants during the 30 days prior to dispatch evaluated

brucellosis and tuberculosis with negative results.



(2) Suidae



and) must not come from a region subject to extraordinary health

measures taken because of the presence or risk of spread of African

swine fever, or from equipment which is subject to extraordinary health

measures taken because of the presence or risk of spread of classical

swine fever,



b) must come from a brucellosis-free device and match the

animal health requirements for trading on the pigs laid down

This Decree,



(c) if they do not meet the conditions referred to) in (b)), it must be within 30

days prior to their dispatch, undergone a test for the absence of antibodies

brucellosis with negative results.



§ 49



Birds



(1) the birds, the omission in the previous provisions of this order, the

be the subject of trading, where



and) come from a holding where during the 30 days prior to shipment

Avian influenza has not been diagnosed with influenza, and from the undertaking or

areas that are not subject to extraordinary health measures taken by the

due to the presence or risk of Newcastle disease,



(b)) were imported from a third country, were in the business to which

were kept in quarantine.



(2) in addition, Psittaciformes



and must not come from the company) or come in contact with animals from a holding,

where was diagnosed with psittacosis (Chlamydia psittaci), if

unexpired period of at least two months after the last detected

the case and the time of healing, carried out under veterinary supervision, lasted

at least 2 months,



(b)) are identified, in order to determine their origin;

methods of marking papouškovitých down by decision of the institutions of the European

of the Union,



(c)) must be accompanied by a commercial document which is signed by an official

veterinarian or approved veterinarian of the holding

origin.



§ 50



Bees



(1) honey bees (Apis mellifera) may be subject to trading, where



and) come from an area which is not subject to extraordinary health

measures taken in connection with an occurrence of American foulbrood.

-If they come from a region where the disease has occurred, shall not be

the subject of trading for at least 30 days from the date:



1. the last identified case of the disease,



2. the veterinary inspection of all hives within a radius of 3 km from the place of occurrence

the disease,



3. incineration or treatment of infected hives on the instructions of the regional

Veterinary Administration,



(b)) are accompanied by a veterinary certificate attesting to compliance with

the requirements referred to in point (a)),



(c)) are accompanied by the consent of the Ministry of agriculture under a special

legislation. ^ 3)



(2) by decision of the institutions of the European Union may be established that

animal health requirements for trade in bees also apply for bumble bees.



§ 51



Lagomorphs



(1) the Lagomorphs (Lagomorpha) may be subject to trading, where

they do not come from a holding in which



a) rabies is present or is suspected to have occurred

in the course of the last month prior to dispatch, and coming into contact with

animals from such a holding,



(b)) no animal show no clinical signs of myxomatosis.



(2) if the States of destination require a health certificate for movements of

Lagomorphs, on its territory may require animals being sent to them was

accompanied by a health certificate, supplemented by confirmation that must

be issued by an official veterinarian or an approved veterinarian

doctor holding of origin, in the case of industrial farming official

veterinarian. If Member States exercise this option,

shall inform the Commission.



(3) Ireland and the United Kingdom may require the submission of a health

the certificate, which guarantees that the requirement referred to in paragraph 1

(a). and).



§ 52



Foxes and Minks



Foxes and Minks may not be the subject of trading, where they come from

the undertaking or have been in contact with animals from a holding in which it occurs

rabies or suspected to have occurred in the course of 6

months prior to dispatch, and in which it is carried out the program

systematic vaccination.



§ 53



Dogs, cats and ferrets



Dogs, cats and ferrets can be subject to trading, where



and meet the requirements of) article 6, where appropriate, in article 7,

the EU Regulation No. 576/2013 ^ 14a),



(b) 48 hours before), during the dispatch of the animals by a veterinarian

approved by the regional Veterinary Administration or the competent authority of the Member

State of the clinical examination, which showed that at the time of this

examination of the animals were fit to be transported in accordance with Regulation (EC) No.

1/2005 ^ 19), and



(c)) are accompanied during transportation to the place of destination of the animal health

a certificate that contains a confirmation that the approved veterinarian

recorded in the relevant section of the Passport ^ 20) clinical examination carried out in

accordance with subparagraph (b)).



§ 54



cancelled



section 55



(1) Trading with other animals of species susceptible to the

the diseases referred to in annex 1 to this notice or to the diseases mentioned

in Appendix 11, if the Member State of destination uses the guarantees provided for in §

77 and 78, sent to and from a device approved in accordance with annex

# 12 of this Decree shall be subject to presentation of a transport document. In this

the document, which must be completed by an authorised veterinarian


the device must accurately indicate that the animals come from a device

approved in accordance with annex 12 to this Decree, and the document is

must accompany during transport.



(2) the conditions for approval of establishments from a veterinary point of view are

listed in annex 12 to this Decree. If these conditions are not

complied with, the procedure may be amended, § 49 para. 1 (b). (h))

1 or § 49 paragraph 1. 1 (b). (d)) of the law suspended or withdrawn

their approval. The State Veterinary Administration informs you about such

measures to the Commission and the Member States.



(3) the State Veterinary Administration in accordance with § 48 para. 1 (b). j) of the Act

leads and updates the list of approved establishments and the assigned

Veterinary approval numbers and shall communicate it to the Commission and the Member

States.



The animal health conditions for imports of animals from third countries



Ungulates



§ 56



Ungulates referred to in annex 15 to this notice may be subject to

import and transit, if



and) come from a third country, or part thereof that is listed on the

the list of third countries and parts thereof, of which it is possible to import the animals

the European Union, drawn up and published the European Union institutions,



(b)) come from free of diseases, which meets the basic general

criteria referred to in annex 16 to this Decree, which shall be

banned animals vaccinated against the diseases mentioned in this annex,



(c)) meet the specific animal health conditions for import and transit, if

European Union regulations have been laid down,



(d)) before the date of loading for dispatch to the European Union, have resided in the territory of the

a third country referred to in subparagraph (a)) for the period specified in the Special

animal health conditions for import and transit,



(e)) before being sent to the European Union subjected, made

the official veterinarian of the third country, attesting that they are healthy and that

compliance with the requirements laid down for the protection of animals during transport,

in particular as regards watering and feeding ^ 15),



f) are accompanied by a health certificate in accordance with section 56a of the law

conforming to the model laid down by decision of the institutions of the European Union and the

containing confirmation that ungulates fulfilling the requirements of this order and

other legislation on animal health, or any other requirements

which are set out in the specific animal health conditions for imports and

transit regulations of the European Union or recognized by European Union legislation as

equivalent,



(g)) are coming into the European Union subjected in an approved

the border inspection post in accordance with the particular legal

regulation ^ 9).



§ 57



cancelled



§ 58



cancelled



§ 59



cancelled



section 60



cancelled



§ 61



cancelled



§ 62



cancelled



The equidae



§ 63



Unless specified otherwise, the animals may be the subject of imports from third

country, provided that the



and) come from a third country, or part thereof that is listed on the

the list of third countries and parts thereof, of which it is possible to import the animals

the European Union, drawn up and published the European Union institutions,



(b)) was during the three months before sending kept in the exporting country in

business with veterinary supervision,



(c)) was for a period of 30 days before consignment of animals isolated from the different

health status.



§ 64



(1) Import can be animals which come from a third country which has been free of



a) African horse sickness,



(b)) two years of Venezuelan equine encephalomyelitis (VEE),



c) six months, dourine and glanders.



(2) on the basis of the decision of the institutions of the European Union



and) the provisions of paragraph 1 may be applied only in relation to the

territory of a third country. In the event that the African horse sickness requirements apply to the

the basis of regionalization, must always be complied with at least the requirements

arising from § 22 para. 1, 2 and 3,



(b)) may be required a special animal health guarantees for diseases that

in the European Union.



§ 65



Imports of animals from a third country or part thereof referred to in § 64 para. 2

(a). and), which is included in the list pursuant to § 63, may be allowed, just

If animals in addition to the requirements of § 64, meet the conditions imposed by the authorities

The European Union imports of each of the species and categories of equidae from

the third country, and if a third country for at least six months

simple



and vesicular stomatitis), where the animals come from a holding,

that is for a period of at least six months free of that disease, and before

by sending undergoing a serological test with a negative result,



b) equine viral Arteritis, if males before

sending virus serological or izolačnímu underwent a test with

a negative result, or other test, set up by decision

institutions of the European Union, which confirmed the absence of the virus of the disease.

The categories of male equidae to which the requirement relates, are

set out in annex 13 to this Decree.



§ 66



(1) can only be Imported animals which have been kept prior to dispatch

without interruption



and) in a third country, or part of the territory of a third country, provided for

According to § 64 para. 2 (a). and time specified), following the decision of the authorities

The European Union,



(b)) in a holding under veterinary supervision.



(2) animals for slaughter must be after coming to the United States transported

directly or through a market or Assembly Centre to a slaughterhouse and, in accordance

with the animal health requirements, be slaughtered within a period specified by the authorities

Of the European Union.



(3) without prejudice to any special conditions which may be adopted in accordance

with the decision of the institutions of the European Union, the regional animal health management in

animal health grounds, designate the slaughterhouse to which must be

such equidae turned over.



§ 67



(1) the equidae must be identified in accordance with § 19 para. 4 and 5, and

accompanied by a health certificate issued by the official veterinarian:

physician of the exporting third country. This certificate must



and) be issued on the day of loading of the animals for dispatch to the Member State

of destination or, in the case of registered horses, on the last working day

before loading,



(b)) to be drawn up in at least one of the official languages of the Member States

of destination and in one of the official languages of the Member State in which the

the inspection of imports,



(c) accompany the animals in the original),



d) attest that the animals satisfy the animal health conditions laid down in this

the decree for the importation from third countries,



(e)) to be issued on a single worksheet,



(f)) to be made out on a single recipient.



(2) a certificate may be issued in the case of animals for slaughter on consignment

provided that the animals are properly marked and identified. If

Czech Republic exercises this option, the State Veterinary Administration about

shall inform the Commission thereof.



(3) the certificate shall be drawn up on a form corresponding to the model

provided by decision bodies of the European Union.



§ 68



The decision of the institutions of the European Union may provide that imports of equidae from

a third country or part of a third country are confined to particular species or

category, it may lay down special conditions for the temporary entry

registered equidae or equidae intended for special uses

on the territory of the European Union or for their entry into the territory of the European

the Union, after being temporarily exported and can specify the conditions for change

a temporary stay on steady.



Poultry and hatching eggs



§ 69



Poultry and hatching eggs may be the subject of imports from a third country for only

provided that they come from a third country, or part thereof that is

included on the list of third countries and parts thereof, from which they can be

to import the animals into the European Union, drawn up and published by the authorities

Of the European Union.



section 70



(1) can be imported poultry and hatching eggs which originate



and) from a third country, or part thereof,



1. in which avian avian influenza and Newcastle disease is subject to the

notifiable,



2. which is free of the diseases referred to in paragraph 1, or if that is not

free from these diseases, ^ 10) is in the interest of their control measures

the expected special legislation, where appropriate, these measures

at least equivalent to,



(b)) from a flock that before sending was kept without interruption in the territory

or part of the territory of a third country for a period, specified by decision of the authorities

The European Union and corresponds to the veterinary requirements identified in decision

the institutions of the European Union on imports of poultry and hatching eggs from the appropriate

of the country.



(2) the importation of poultry and hatching eggs from third countries may be permitted only

If the poultry and hatching eggs in addition to meeting the requirements of paragraph 1

the conditions imposed by the authorities of the European Union for the importation of species and

categories of poultry from that country.



(3) slaughter poultry must be immediately after arriving in the United States

transported directly to the slaughterhouse and with the least possible delay.



§ 71



(1) poultry and hatching eggs must be accompanied by a certificate issued by a

signed by an official veterinarian of the exporting third country,

must



and) be issued on the day of loading for consignment to the Member State of destination,



(b)) to be drawn up in the official language or languages of the Member State

determine



c) accompany the consignment in the original,




d) attest that the poultry or hatching eggs satisfy the requirements

laid down by this Decree and other requirements imposed by the authorities of the European

the Union for imports from third countries,



e) be valid for 5 days from the date of issue,



f) be made out on a single sheet,



(g)) be made out for a single consignee,



h) bear the stamp and signature of a different color than the color

the certificate.



(2) the certificate shall be drawn up on a form corresponding to the model

provided by decision bodies of the European Union.



§ 72



(1) by decision of the institutions of the European Union may be specified that imports from

a third country or part of a third country shall be limited to a certain kind of

poultry, hatching eggs, breeding or productive poultry, slaughter

poultry or to poultry intended for special purposes.



(2) by decision of the institutions of the European Union may be established that imported

poultry and hatching eggs, as well as poultry coming from imported eggs,

will be kept quarantined or isolated for a period which is longer than the

two months.



(3) by decision of the institutions of the European Union may be in individual cases

the decision to allow imports of poultry and hatching eggs from third countries

in the case where such imports do not conform to the conditions in section 69 to 71. Without

prejudice to any special conditions which may be adopted in accordance with the

by decision of the institutions of the European Union, the regional animal health management in

animal health grounds, designate the slaughterhouse to which must be

poultry shipped.



(4) the authorities of the European Union decided otherwise, shall apply in

imports of poultry and hatching eggs from third countries the health

requirements at least equivalent to the animal health requirements on the

trade in poultry and hatching eggs.



Other animals



section 73



(1) the subject of imports may be other animals



and) come from a third country, or part thereof that is listed on the

the list of third countries and parts thereof, of which it is possible to import the animals

the European Union, drawn up and published the European Union institutions,



(b)) correspond to those laid down for dealing with them, or

conditions, which are at least equivalent to,



(c)) meet the specific animal health guarantees laid down for their importation

in particular with regard to protection against exotic diseases and animals

designed for such devices, such as. zoos &

corners, circuses and variety shows, as well as for research laboratories



(d)) before being placed on the market, was placed in quarantine or isolation for

conditions laid down by the institutions of the European Union,



(e) are accompanied by a veterinary certificate issued by) and signed by the official

veterinarian of the exporting third country corresponding to the model,

provided by decision bodies of the European Union, and confirming that the other

they comply with the additional conditions or offer the equivalent guarantees and

they come from approved establishments, providing these guarantees,



f) comply with the inspections, carried out under a special legal regulation, ^ 9)



g) were subjected to validation, carried out before sending the official

veterinarian, compliance with the requirements laid down for the protection of

animals during transport, in particular as regards watering and feeding. ^ 15)



(2) the importation or transit of the animals that have passed through the territory of a third country, the

the territory of the Czech Republic, State Veterinary Administration may make the

the presentation of an animal health certificate certifying compliance with the requirements

of this order; It shall inform the Commission and the State Veterinary Administration

the other Member States.



(3) Dogs, cats and ferrets may be subject to import, if



and import conditions) are at least equivalent to those laid down in article 4(1).

10, paragraph 1. 1 (b). a) to (d)) and article. 12 (a). and EU Regulation).

576/2013 ^ 14a) and



(b)) are accompanied during transportation to the place of destination of the animal health

certificate completed and signed by an official veterinarian of the third

the country also containing confirmation that during the 48 hours preceding dispatch

the animals carried out by an approved veterinarian of clinical examination

It was established that at the time of inspection the animals were fit to

carriage.



§ 74



By decision of the institutions of the European Union may be established



and) special animal health requirements for imports into the Member States and the nature of the

and content of accompanying documents for animals to zoos,

circuses, amusement parks or laboratories carrying out experiments on

animals, by species of animals,



(b)) the additional guarantees to those laid down for the various types of animals for

the purpose of the protection of animals of the species concerned from the Member States,



(c)) special requirements for movement of animals out of circuses and entertainment

parks and for trade in animals intended for zoos.



§ 75



The State Veterinary Administration may, on a reciprocal basis, grant an exemption from

the provisions of § 73 para. 1 (b). (e)), where a Member State applies a system of

checks guarantee the movement of other animals on its

the territory, which are equivalent to those laid down by this Decree,.



Common and final provisions



§ 76



cancelled



§ 77



(1) if the Ministry of Agriculture approved the national programme

recovery for one of the diseases referred to in annex 11 to this

the Decree, to which the animals are susceptible, for the whole territory or its

part of the State Veterinary Administration may submit the said programme to the Commission,

specifying, in particular



and) spread of the disease in the territory of the Czech Republic,



(b) the reasons for the emergence of a program) in view of the importance of the disease, at the expense of

associated with this program and the benefits of this program,



(c)) the geographic area in which the program will be introduced,



(d) the rules governing which categories) will be used on farms, businesses and

equipment; the standards which must be attained for each species, and

the test procedures to be used,



e) procedures for the control of the programme which the result will be at least

Once a year, inform the Commission,



(f)) activity that will be performed if the economy from any

reason, loses its status,



g) the measures that will be implemented, if the results are

carried out in accordance with the provisions of the programme are positive,



(h) the non-discriminatory nature of trade) in the territory of the Czech Republic

regard to trading within the European Union.



(2) the State Veterinary Administration announces a change to the Commission the data referred to in

paragraph 1.



§ 78



(1) the State Veterinary Administration may submit to the Commission a proposal for a decision

on the recognition of the territory or its part for free from one of the diseases to which they are

animals are susceptible, as referred to in annex 11 to this Decree. Shall submit to the

To the Commission appropriate supporting documentation, indicating, in particular, in her



and the current state of the disease and) the history of its occurrence in the territory of the United

Republic,



(b)) based on the scan results, a serological surveillance

microbiological, pathological or epidemiological (epidemiological)

investigations and on the fact that the disease is subject to compulsory reporting

the competent authorities,



(c)) the period in which the surveillance was carried out,



(d)), as appropriate, the period in which vaccination is prohibited against

disease, and geographic area, that prohibition,



e) ways of verifying the absence of the disease.



(2) the State Veterinary Administration announces a change to the Commission the data referred to in

paragraph 1.



§ 79



Where the Commission implements its veterinary experts on-site inspections in the third

country in order to ensure uniform application of the rules of the European Union on the

animal health requirements for trade in animals, and on the conditions of

their imports from third countries, giving it the State Veterinary Administration

accordance with § 48 para. 1 (b). about the necessary cooperation) of the Act,

specifically in the participation of the veterinary experts of the Czech

States on these checks.



§ 80



Animals that have not been in accordance with the law of the European Union

modified animal health conditions for their importation from third countries can be

to import only if the import conditions were laid down with a view

on



and) health situation in country of origin, where appropriate, on the part of

(area), the nature and the potential spread of dangerous diseases and illnesses

transmissible from animals to humans and to other risk factors

endangering the life and health of people and animals,



(b) the Organization and efficiency of veterinary) supervision, ozdravovacích programs and

sanitary measures to protect public and animal health in the country of origin

of the goods.



§ 81



The effectiveness of the



This Decree shall take effect on the date of the Treaty of accession of the Czech

Republic to the European Union enters into force.



Minister:



Ing. Palas in r.



Annex 1



DISEASES SUBJECT TO COMPULSORY REPORTING

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and): foot and mouth disease bovine pleuro

rabies enzootic leukosis

bovine tuberculosis

anthrax brucellosis



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b) pigs: rabies, foot and mouth disease

swine vesicular disease brucellosis

classical swine fever of pigs

African swine fever, anthrax

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c) sheep and goats: foot-and-mouth disease anthrax


brucellosis rabies

(B. melitensis) scrapie

contagious

epididymitida Rams

(B. ovis)

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(d)): Newcastle disease

Avian influenza

birds

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e) equidae: dourine

glanders

encephalomyelitis

horses

(all types including

the Venezuelan

encephalomyelitis

VEE)

equine infectious anaemia

rabies

anthrax

African horse sickness

vesicular stomatitis

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(f)) the other animals:

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The disease, families and species

susceptible to the diseases

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Newcastle disease Avian birds (Aves)

birds

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Chlamydióza (Chlamydia Parrots (Psittaciformes)

psittaci)

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Paenibacillus Bee (Apis)

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Brucellosis (Brucella abortus) Vidlorohovití (Antilocapridae)

a species (Bovidae), camelids

(Camelidae), deer

(Cervidae), žirafovití

(Giraffidae), hrochovití

(Hippopotamidae) and kančilovití

(Tragulidae)

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Brucellosis (Brucella Vidlorohovití (Antilocapridae)

melitensis) species (Bovidae), camelids

(Camelidae), deer

(Cervidae), žirafovití

(Giraffidae), hrochovití

(Hippopotamidae) and kančilovití

(Tragulidae)

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Brucellosis (Brucella ovis), Camelids (Camelidae)

kančilovití (Tragulidae)

Deer (Cervidae), žirafovití

(Giraffidae), species (Bovidae)

and vidlorohovití (Antilocapridae)

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Brucellosis (Brucella suis) Deer (Cervidae), leporidae

(Leporidae), pižmoň East

(Ovibos moschatus), suidae

(Suidae) and pekariovití

(Tayassuidae)

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Tuberculosis (Mycobacterium Mammals (Mammalia), in particular

Bovis) vidlorohovití (Antilocapridae)

a species (Bovidae), camelids

(Camelidae), deer

(Cervidae), žirafovití

(Giraffidae) and kančilovití

(Tragulidae)

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Foot-and-mouth disease cloven-hoofed animals having (Artiodactyla) and

Asian elephants (Proboscidea)

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Classical swine fever Suidae (Suidae) and

pekariovití

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African swine fever (Tayassuidae)

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Swine vesicular disease Suidae (Suidae) and

pekariovití (Tayassuidae)

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Cattle plague cloven-hoofed animals having (Artiodactyla)

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Bluetongue Vidlorohovití (Artiocapridae)

(Bovidae), a species of deer

(Cervidae), žirafovití

(Giraffidae) and nosorožcovití

(Rhinocerotidae)

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Pleuro (a species of Bovidae including zebu,

Buffalo, bison and yak)

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Vesicular stomatitis cloven-hoofed animals having (Artiodactyla) and

equidae (Eia)

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The plague of small ruminants (Bovidae) and a species of suidae

(Suidae)

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Nodular dermatitis of the bovine Species (family Bovidae) and žirafovití

(Giraffidae)

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A species of sheep and goat pox (Bovidae)

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African horse sickness Equidae (Eia)

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Rift Valley fever Species (Bovidae), types of

the camels (Camelus spp.) and

nosorožcovití (Rhinocerotidae)

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Teschen disease Suidae (Suidae)

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Infectious haematopoietic necrosis Lososovití (Salmonidae)

tissue

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Transmissible spongiform (Bovidae), a species of deer

encephalopathies (TSEs) (Cervidae), kočkovití (member of)

kunovití (Mustelidae)

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Anthrax Species (Bovidae), camelids

(Camelidae), deer

(Cervidae), Elephantidae

(Elephantidae), Equidae

(Eia) and hrochovití

(Hippopotamidae)

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Rabies Carnivora and bats

(Chiroptera)

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Ebola, Primates

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Pox Stillbirths and primates

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The small hive beetle bee and Bumblebee (Bombus and Apis)

(Aethina tumida)

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Tropilaelaps Mite Bee (Apis)

(Tropilaelaps spp.)

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Attachments 2



cancelled



Annex 3



SPECIAL HEALTH GUARANTEES WHEN DEALING WITH PIGS ON

AUJESZKY'S DISEASE



(I).



(1) the sending of breeding and production pigs destined for Member States

or their regions free of Aujeszky's disease listed in

Part III. of this annex and coming from other Member States or

areas that are not listed in that annex, it is allowed only for

the following conditions are true:



a) Aujeszky's disease must be in the Member State of origin between disease

compulsory reported,



(b)) in the Member State or regions of origin must be supervised

the competent authority used by the program to repair for Aujeszky's disease,

meeting the requirements of the provisions of section 77 of this order. Under this plan,

appropriate measures must be used for the transportation and movement of pigs,

to prevent the spread of infection between farms with different health

status,



(c)) in respect of the holding of origin of the pigs:



1. on the holding concerned have not been recorded in the previous 12 months

no clinical, pathological or serological evidence of Aujeszky's disease



2. in the holdings located within a radius of 5 km around the holding

the origin of the swine have not been recorded in the previous 12 months of any

clinical, pathological or serological evidence of Aujeszky's disease; This

the provisions shall not apply, if you are in the holdings

located within a radius of 5 km around the holding of origin under the supervision of

the competent authority and in accordance with the programme of recovery referred to in (a).

(b)) have been regularly applied measures for the monitoring and eradication of this

and if these measures effectively preventing any spread of the disease

the farms concerned,



3. at least 12 months has not carried out vaccination against Aujeszky's

the disease situation;



4. the pigs have been subjected to at least twice at an interval of at least two

months to a serological test for the presence of antibodies against

glycoproteins class Aujeszky's disease virus (ADV-gE or ADV-gB or ADV-gD)

or antibodies against the virus of Aujeszky's disease. This examination

must prove the absence of Aujeszky's disease and vaccinated pigs

the absence of antibodies to ADV-gE,



5. in the previous 12 months has not been included in the herd no pigs of

herds of a lower health status of Aujeszky's disease, if not on the

Aujeszky's disease tested with negative results,



(d)) the pigs to be moved:



1. have not been vaccinated,



2. after a period of 30 days prior to movement kept in isolation in the barn to

to avoid the risk of spreading of Aujeszky's disease to these pigs,



3. must have lived in the holding of origin or in a holding of an equivalent

health status from birth and reside in the holding of origin of at least:



3.1. the 30 days in the case of swine production,



3.2. for 90 days in the case of pigs for breeding,



4. has been subjected, with negative results at least two serological

tests in the range of at least 30 days for antibodies against ADV-gB or ADV-gD


or for antibodies against the virus of Aujeszky's disease. In the case of

pigs less than 4 months, however, can also be used serological

a test for antibodies to ADV-gE. Collection of samples for the last test must

be made within 15 days prior to departure. The number of pigs tested in the

the insulation must be sufficiently high to detect:



4.1.2% seroprevalence with 95% confidence in commercial pigs in

isolation,



4.2.0.1% seroprevalence with 95% confidence in pigs intended for breeding in

isolation,



5. the first test, however, is not necessary if:



5.1. in the framework of the plan referred to in point (a). (b)) was in the holding of origin

made between 45. and 170. on the day before sending a serological examination

demonstrating the absence of antibodies against the virus of Aujeszky's

disease and the absence of antibodies to ADV-gE in vaccinated pigs,



5.2. the pigs to be moved have lived in the holding of origin since

birth,



5.3. the farm of origin has not been relocated no pigs at a time when

the pigs to be moved, have remained in isolation.



(2) Sending of slaughter pigs destined for Member States or regions

free of Aujeszky's disease listed in part III. This

the annex and coming from other Member States or areas

are not listed in that annex, is permitted only under the following

terms and conditions:



a) Aujeszky's disease must be in the Member State of origin between disease

compulsory reported,



(b)) in the Member State or regions of origin, must be used in the program

the repair of Aujeszky's disease is meeting the requirements of the provisions of § 77

of this order,



(c)) all the pigs in question must be transported directly to the slaughterhouse of destination and

either:



1. come from a holding which satisfies the conditions laid down in paragraph 1. 1

(a). (c)), or



2. they have been vaccinated against Aujeszky's disease at least 15 days prior to departure

come from a holding of origin and, where



2.1. within the framework of the plan referred to in (b)) under the supervision of the competent

the Office in the previous 12 months the measures have been regularly applied for

monitoring and eradication of Aujeszky's disease



2.2. These pigs have been held for at least 30 days prior to departure, and have not been here in

the time of completion of the health certificates were no clinical or

pathological evidence of this disease, or



3. have not been vaccinated and come from a holding where



3.1. in the framework of the plan referred to in (b)) under the supervision of the competent

the Office in the previous 12 months the measures have been regularly applied for

monitoring and eradication of Aujeszky's disease and in the previous 6 months

Here there are no clinical, pathological or serological

evidence of Aujeszky's disease



3.2. vaccination against Aujeszky's disease and the placing of the vaccinated pigs into

breeding are disabled because the economy is in line with the plan

referred to in point (b)) seeks to improve the health status of

Aujeszky's disease



3.3. These pigs lived for at least 90 days prior to departure.



(3) the breeding pigs destined for Member States or regions listed in the

Part II. This annex, which are used by approved programmes

for the eradication of Aujeszky's disease shall either



a) come from Member States or regions listed in part III. This

the annexes, or



(b)) come



1. the Member States or regions listed in part II. of this annex, and



2. from a holding which complies with the conditions laid down in paragraph 1. 1 (b). (c)),

or



(c)) must satisfy the following conditions:



1. Aujeszky's disease in the Member State of origin must be among the disease

compulsory reported,



2. in the Member State or region of origin is used by the plan for the control and

eradication of Aujeszky's disease, fulfilling the criteria set out in section 5 of the

Decree No. 299/2003 Coll.



3. in the holding of origin of the pigs in question were not in the previous 12

months, no clinical, pathological or serological

evidence of Aujeszky's disease



4. pigs must be for a period of 30 days immediately prior to movement

kept in isolation in the stable, to avoid the risk of spreading Aujeszky's

disease,



5. the pigs must have been subjected to a serological with negative results

test for the presence of antibodies to ADV-gE. Collection of samples for the last

test must be made within 15 days prior to departure. The number of test

pigs must be high enough to detect 2% seroprevalence with 95%

reliability in these pigs,



6. the pigs must have lived in the holding of origin since birth or in

holding of an equivalent health status to reside for at least 90 days.



(4) the pigs destined for Member States or regions listed in the

Part II. This annex, which are used by approved programmes

for the eradication of Aujeszky's disease shall either



a) come from Member States or regions listed in part III. This

the annexes, or



(b)) come from



1. the Member States or regions listed in part II. of this annex,



2. a farm which meets the requirements of paragraph 1. 1 (b). (c)), or



(c)) must satisfy the following conditions:



1. Aujeszky's disease in the Member State of origin must be among the disease

compulsory reported,



2. in Member States or region of origin is used by the plan for the control of

and eradication of Aujeszky's disease, fulfilling the criteria set out in section 5 of the

Decree No. 299/2003 Coll.



3. in the holding of origin of the pigs in question were not in the previous 12

months, no clinical, pathological or serological

evidence of Aujeszky's disease



4. in the holding of origin between 45. and 170. on the day before sending

a serological survey for Aujeszky's disease, proving the

the absence of this disease and the absence of antibodies to ADV-gE for

the vaccinated pigs,



5. the pigs must either live in the holding of origin since birth or

reside in these holdings, at least 30 days after the arrival of the

holding of an equivalent health status, in which it was carried out

serological examination of comparable to the one of the serological tests

referred to in point 4.



(5) a Serological examination carried out in accordance with this Decree for

the purpose of monitoring or detect Aujeszky's disease in pigs, it must

comply with the following requirements:



and) the tests referred to in (b)), and (c)) must be carried out before the

the approval of the test and the examination provided for in point (d)), and then must be

at least on each batch,



(b)), the sensitivity of the test must be of such a level that the following reference

sera are scored positive:



1. the Community reference serum ADV 1 at 1:8 dilution,



2. the Community reference serum ADV-gE A,



3. the Community reference serum ADV-gE B,



4. the Community reference serum ADV-gE C,



5. Community reference serum ADV-gE D,



6. Community reference serum ADV-gE E,



7. Community reference serum ADV-gE (F),



c) specificity of the test must be of such a level that the following

reference sera are scored negative:



1. the Community reference serum ADV-gE G,



2. the Community reference serum ADV-gE H,



3. the Community reference serum ADV-gE J,



4. the Community reference serum ADV-gE K,



5. Community reference serum ADV-gE L,



6. Community reference serum ADV-gE M,



7. Community reference serum ADV-gE N,



8. Community reference serum ADV-gE O,



9. Community reference serum ADV-gE P,



10. Community reference serum ADV-gEQ,



(d)) to check the benefits must be Community reference serum ADV 1

positive at 1:8 dilution and one of the Community reference Sera from

ADV-gE G to ADV-gE Q, as referred to in point (c)), must be negative,



(e)) for the control files ADV-gB or ADV-gD reference serum must be

Community ADV 1 positive at a dilution of 1:2 and the reference serum

Community Q, as referred to in point (c)) must be negative.



(6) without prejudice to the provisions of § 78 para. 2, information on the occurrence of

Aujeszky's disease, including details about the programs of monitoring and

the eradication of used in the Member States listed in part II. This

Annex and in the other Member States, or regions in the

not so listed, in which the monitoring and eradication programmes

use must be provided by each Member State at least once

for the year, in accordance with the uniform criteria laid down in annex 4 to

This Decree.



(7) without prejudice to the provisions laid down in legislation

Of the European Union concerning health certificates, before the completion

section C of the health certificate for pigs destined for Member States

or the area listed in part II. or (III). of this annex, the official

the veterinarian to find out



and) the health status of the holding and of the Member State or region of origin

the pigs in question due to Aujeszky's disease



(b)) in the case of pigs, that do not originate from a Member State or region

free of that disease, the health status of the holding and of the Member State or

regions of destination for the pigs in question due to Aujeszky's disease



(c)) that these pigs fulfil the conditions laid down in this annex.



(8) during transport or transit of pigs destined for Member States or

the area referred to in section II. or (III). This annex shall not lead to contact


These pigs with pigs with a different or unknown health status

Aujeszky's disease.



II.



MEMBER STATES, OR REGIONS THEREOF, WHICH ARE USED BY AN APPROVED

RECOVERY PROGRAMMES FOR AUJESZKY'S DISEASE



List of Member States, or regions thereof, which are used by the

approved programs for the repair of Aujeszky's disease is given in

Annex II to Commission decision establishing additional guarantees for

Aujeszky's disease to trade in intra-Community trade and

the establishment of criteria for the provision of information on this disease ^ 17).



III.



MEMBER STATES OR REGIONS THEREOF FREE OF AUJESZKY'S DISEASE, IN WHICH THE

VACCINATION IS PROHIBITED



List of Member States or regions free of Aujeszky's disease

in which vaccination is prohibited, is given in annex I to decision

The Commission on the establishment of additional guarantees relating to Aujeszky's disease in the

in intra-Community trade and the establishment of criteria for the

provision of information on this disease ^ 17).



Annex 4



THE CRITERIA FOR THE PROVISION OF INFORMATION ON THE OCCURRENCE OF AUJESZKY'S DISEASE AND FOR THE

MONITORING PLANS AND PROGRAMS FOR THE REPAIR OF THIS DISEASE THAT HAVE

Be provided in accordance with section 13 of this ORDINANCE



1. Členský stát: ...............................................



2. Datum: ......................................................



3. reporting period:..........................................



4. The number of holdings in which the clinical, serological

or virological examination detected Aujeszky's disease:



5. Information about vaccination against Aujeszky's disease serological

examinations and categorize holdings (please fill in

the enclosed table):

+-------+-------------+-------------+--------------+---------------+

| The area | Number of | Number of | Number of | Number of |

| | economy | economy | economy | economy |

| | with breeding | with breeding | holdings with breeding | |

| | pigs | pigs | pigs (pigs with a | |

| | | falling | vaccination) free |

| | | the program | nenakažených | Aujeszky's |

| | | depistáží | Aujeszky's disease (without | |

| | | Aujeszky's | (2) vaccination) (3) |

| | | disease (1) | | |

| | | | | |

+-------+-------------+-------------+--------------+---------------+

| | | | | |

+-------+-------------+-------------+--------------+---------------+

| | | | | |

+-------+-------------+-------------+--------------+---------------+

| Overall | | | | |

+-------+-------------+-------------+--------------+---------------+

| (1) the Program under the supervision of the competent authority. |

| (2) the holding, raising pigs, which were in line |

| with the official program of Aujeszky's disease performed serological |

| examination with negative results and that was |

| in the previous 12 months used vaccination. |

| (3) the holding, raising pigs, fulfilling the conditions of kap. |

| I. paragraph 2. 1 (b). (c)) of annex 3 to this notice. |

+------------------------------------------------------------------+



6. further information about the case of serological monitoring in artificial

insemination carried out due to export, in the context of the supervisory schemes

atd.: ............................................................

.................................................................



Annex 5



cancelled



Annex 6



SPECIAL HEALTH GUARANTEES TRADE IN BOVINE ANIMALS RELATING TO INFECTIOUS

BOVINE RHINOTRACHEITIS



(I).



(1) bovine animals for breeding and production intended for Member States or their

the area, which made mandatory the national control programme

infectious bovine rhinotracheitis, coming from Member States or

areas of the States, which are not listed in part III. of this annex,

must meet at least the following additional guarantees:



and) must come from a holding which was not in the last 12 months according to the

official information, no clinical or pathological discovered evidence of symptoms

infectious bovine rhinotracheitis,



(b)) the animals must be placed in isolation approved by the competent authority, after

for 30 days immediately prior to movement and all bovine animals in the same

isolation facility were not allowed during this time clinical

the symptoms of infectious bovine rhinotracheitis,



c) all the bovine animals in the same isolation facility must have negative results

a serological test carried out on blood samples, which

the test shall not be made earlier than 21 days after their arrival to

the isolation facility and shall produce the following antibodies:



1. in the case of vaccinated bovine animals, antibodies against the gE-glycoprotein

The bhv1, or



2. in the case of unvaccinated bovine animals, antibodies against the entire BHV1.



(2) the competent authority may authorise the dispatch of bovine animals to non-present

in areas that are effected a compulsory national control programme

infectious bovine rhinotracheitis, if it meets at least one of the

the following conditions are true:



and) the animals originate from the Member States who carry out mandatory

the national programme of control of infectious bovine rhinotracheitis and come

from the farms where it was eradicated, and the BHV1 satisfy at least the requirements set out in

Annex 9 to this Decree,



(b)) the animals are intended for meat production and meet the following conditions:



1. the animals originate from farms where the BHV1 eradicated, as defined in the

Annex 9 to this Decree, or



2. come from vaccinated and regularly přeočkovávaných mothers, or



3. have been regularly vaccinated and re-vaccinated according to the manufacturer's instructions

"gE-deleted" of the vaccine, or



4. have been examined in the Member State from which they come, and the result

a serological test for antibodies was negative, while the test was

so, as referred to in paragraph 1. 1 (b). (c)) on a sample of blood

taken during the 14 days preceding consignment, and



5. are transported, come into contact with animals that have

lower health status, the breeding of BHV1 is unknown, in

Member State of destination, which carried a mandatory national program

the control of infectious bovine rhinotracheitis, where according to the approved

the national programme for the eradication of all animals are fattened in the

buildings, all of which can only be transported to the slaughterhouse,



(c)) the animals originate from farms where all bovine animals on the holding older than 15

months, vaccinated and is regularly přeočkováván and all animals in breeding

older 9 months are at intervals of not more than 12 months subject to

a serological test that detect antibodies against the gE-glycoprotein of the BHV1,

While these studies have produced negative results, and as indicated in paragraph 1.

1 (b). (c)) (i)),

tests are carried out on samples of blood taken within the last 14

days before dispatch of the animals,



(d) the animals originate from herds), where the BHV1 not occur as defined in

Annex 9 to this Decree and located in the Member States,

in which there is an obligation to report the infectious bovine rhinotracheitis and for which

during the past 30 days within a radius of 5 km around the breeding there has been

no clinical or pathological evidence of BHV1 infection and animals

negative results to tests for antibodies as referred to in

paragraph. 1 (b). (c)), while tests were carried out on samples of blood

taken within the last 14 days prior to the shipment of the animal.



(3) the bovine animals for slaughter coming from Member States or regions thereof,

that are not listed in part III. of this annex, and which is intended for

Member States, or regions thereof, which are carried out mandatory

the national programme of control of infectious bovine rhinotracheitis shall be

transported directly to the slaughterhouse of destination, or to the Assembly Centre,

will be taken in accordance with paragraph 9 (b). and this Decree to the slaughterhouse)

determine where you will be defeated.



II.



(1) the bovine animals for breeding and production coming from other Member States or

their area than from those that are listed in part III. This

the annex, which is intended for Member States or regions thereof where

IBR has been eradicated and which are listed in the

Part III. of this annex must meet the following additional guarantees:



and) must comply with the additional guarantees referred to in paragraph 2 of part I. 1 (b). a) and

(b)) of this annex,



(b)) and all other bovine animals in the same isolation located

the device, which is a reference in the part i.a, para. 1 (b). (b)) of this annex,

had to be subjected to a serological test to determine the antibody against the whole

Bhv1 made on samples of blood taken not earlier than 21 days after their

arrival at the isolation facility, with the outcome of the test must be

negative,



(c)) must not have previously been vaccinated against infectious bovine rhinotracheitis.



(2) bovine animals for slaughter coming from other Member States or their

areas than those that are listed in part III. This annex, which

It is intended for Member States or regions thereof listed in part III.

of this annex, will be transported directly to the slaughterhouse of destination where it will be in accordance with the

section 9 (a). (b)) of this order.



III.



MEMBER STATES OR REGIONS THEREOF FREE OF INFECTIOUS BOVINE RHINOTRACHEITIS




List of Member States or regions thereof free of infectious

bovine rhinotracheitis is given in annex II to Commission decision of

implementation of Council Directive 64/432/EEC as regards additional guarantees for intra-

beef cattle within the community in the context of infectious

bovine rhinotracheitis and the approval of the vymýcovacích programs

proposed by some Member States ^ 18).



Annex 7



APPROVAL OF ENTERPRISES



(I).



General conditions for the approval of the undertaking



(1) an enterprise can be approved for trading, where



and) matches the conditions of the device and the operation as shown in section II. This

Annex a section 26 (b). and) of this order,



(b)) apply and adheres to the disease surveillance programme approved by County

veterinary services, while respecting the requirements of part III. of this annex,



(c)) allows the implementation of the processes referred to in point (d)),



(d) submits to the section) organised veterinary supervision

the regional veterinary service; This includes in particular the veterinary inspection:



1. at least one field inspection a year, carried out by the regional veterinary

Administration and supplemented by monitoring the enforcement of sanitary measures and

the control of the operation of the undertaking, in accordance with the conditions laid down in part II.

of this annex,



2. record all information necessary for the continuous control of

the health status of the undertaking of the provincial veterinary services,

e) acts only poultry as defined in section 2 (a). about) of this order.



(2) the regional Veterinary Administration shall allocate to each undertaking, which corresponds to the

the conditions laid down in paragraph 1, according to the veterinary approval number of the

special legal předpisu3).



II.



Equipment and operation



A. Breeding, propagating and odchovné enterprises



(1) Hall



and the position and arrangement of the hal) must comply with the type of production and allow

prevent the introduction of diseases. In the event that the disease occurs, allow

its damping. If it is kept on the holding of multiple species of poultry, there must

be strictly separated.



(b)) must provide good Hall health conditions and to allow the implementation of the

veterinary checks.



(c)) the equipment must match the type of farming and allow cleansing and disinfection

equipment and means of transport for poultry and hatching eggs

the most appropriate place.



(2) the Breeding



a) rearing techniques must be based as far as possible on the

the principles of "breeding with the closed system" with a one-time removal and

storage. Cleaning, disinfection, and "free period" shall be

applied between the groups.



(b)) in breeding, propagating and rearing undertakings must not be

treat other poultry than poultry originating



1. from the company itself, or



2. from other breeding, propagating and rearing undertakings in

The European Union, approved in accordance with section 26 of the Ordinance, or



3. on imports from third countries in accordance with this Decree.



c) hygiene measures must be determined the direction of the company. Employees

must wear suitable working clothes and visitors protective clothing.



d) buildings, halls for poultry, pens and equipment must be maintained in a

good condition.



e) eggs must be



1. collected in short intervals, at least once a day, and as soon as possible

after laying,



2. cleaned and disinfected as soon as possible, if disinfection does not

in a hatchery in the same Member State,



3. stored either in a new, or clean, and vydezinfikovaného packaging

material.



f) records for the breed, file or computer record for each

the flock must be kept a minimum of 2 years after the disposal of the flock and must

include:



1. loading and removal of poultry,



2. performance,



3. the morbidity, mortality and their causes,



4. laboratory tests performed and their results,



5. the place of origin of the poultry,



6. the destination of eggs.



g) in the case of the occurrence of the disease in poultry must be the results of laboratory

examination of the notified forthwith to the attending veterinarian.



B. The Hatchery



(1) Construction



and) Hatchery must be physically and operationally separate from rearing stables.

The arrangement must ensure the separation between these different functional units:



1. storage and grading,



2. disinfection,



3. předlíheň,



4. incubation,



5. shipping, including packaging.



(b)) the building must be protected against the entry of birds and against rodents.

The floors and walls must be of durable, waterproof and washable

material. Must be provided with adequate natural or artificial

lighting, ventilation and temperature control. Hygiene must be ensured

waste disposal (shells, nedolíhlých eggs and chicks).



c) equipment must have smooth and waterproof surfaces.



(2) the operation of the



and) Operation must be based on the principle that the movement of eggs, mobile equipment

and the staff has been in one direction.



b) hatching eggs shall come



1. of the breeding or propagating enterprises of the European Union

approved in accordance with section 26 of the Ordinance, or



2. on imports from third countries in accordance with this Decree.



(c) the hygiene rules are drawn up) the leadership of the company. Staff must

wear suitable work clothes and protective clothing.



d) buildings and equipment must be kept in good condition.



e) disinfection procedures include treatment of:



1. eggs between their income and putting them in the hatchery or during their

expedition to trading within the European Union, or export to a third country,

If it has not already been disinfected in the animal facility of origin.



2. the incubators, regularly



3. hatchery and equipment after each incubation.



f) inspection programme shall allow for the assessment of microbiological quality

hygienic status of the hatchery.



(g)) the farmer must report all changes to the attending veterinarian

in the performance, or any other symptoms, on the basis of which it could

rise to the suspicion of the presence of the disease in poultry. As soon as a suspect

of the disease, an approved veterinarian must send to an approved

laboratory samples needed for making or confirming the diagnosis and

inform the regional Veterinary Administration, which will decide on the measures

will be taken.



h) records for hatching, file or computer record for each flock

must be kept for at least 2 years, and, if possible, for each of the flock,

include:



1. the origin of the eggs and the date of their arrival,



2. the results of hatching,



3. the identified abnormalities



4. laboratory tests performed and their results,



5. details of any vaccination programmes,



6. the quantity and destination of incubated eggs, nevylíhnutých



7. the destination of day-old chicks.



I) in the case of the occurrence of the disease in poultry must be the results of laboratory

immediately communicated to the attending veterinarian.



III.



Disease surveillance programme



The surveillance programme shall, without prejudice to animal health measures and section 77 and 78,

at the very least include surveillance for those infections and species.



A. Infection Salmonella pullorum, Salmonella gallinarum and Salmonella

arizonae



(1) species covered by



a) Salmonella pullorum and Salmonella gallinarum: fowls, turkeys,

Guinea fowls, quails, pheasants, partridges and ducks; Salmonella pullorum,

Salmonella enterica subspecies enterica means serovar Gallinarum

Biochemistry option (biovar) Pullorum and Salmonella gallinarum are

Salmonella enterica subspecies enterica means serovar Gallinarum

Biochemistry option (biovar) Gallinarum.



b) Salmonella arizonae: turkeys. Salmonella arizonae means

Salmonella enterica subspecies arizonae séroskupina K (O18) arizonae.



(2) disease surveillance programme



and) to determine whether the disease, must be used for the serological

and/or bacteriological examination, taking lead in mind, that

serological investigation for birds other than chickens can somewhere

lead to an unacceptable proportion of false positive reactions.



b) samples for examination must be according to the nature of the case removed from the blood,

the embryos, which could, in particular, of embryos dead in shell

chicks from the second selection, meconium or dead tissues, especially the liver,

the spleen, ovary, fallopian tube and ileocekálního transition, taking

should be kept in mind that the samples taken from the ambient environment are not

generally reliable for detecting Salmonella pullorum and Salmonella

gallinarum, but they are reliable in the case of Salmonella arizonae.



(c)) for samples of feces/meconium and intestinal samples must use direct

growth in the selenite-cystinovém is made. In the case of samples, for which the

assumes only the minimum existence of competitive flora, can be used

non-selective growth followed by selective pomnožením advance in

Soy is made by Rappaporta and Vassiliadise or in

Müller-Kauffmannově-novobiocinovém is made with tetrathionate, with

should be kept in mind that it is also suitable for the diagnosis of direct smears

aseptically collected tissues to at least selective agar, such as.

MacConkeyův agar; Salmonella pullorum and Salmonella gallinarum grow

slightly in the modified polotuhém medium Rappaport-Vassiliadis (MSRV)

that is used for monitoring zoonotic Salmonella spp. in the European

the Union, but it is appropriate in the case of MSRV Salmonella arizonae.



(d)) for the determination of the number of samples to be taken, the sampling

blood samples from a flock for serological tests for Salmonella pullorum and

Salmonella gallinarum, or Salmonella arizonae must take account of


prevalence of the disease in the country concerned and its occurrence in the business in the past.

Always removes a statistically representative number of samples for serological

and/or bacteriological examination for the determination of the disease.



(e)) the flock shall be checked in each period at the time of laying

the most suitable for the determination of the disease.



f) samples for bacteriological examination shall be taken from the poultry or

the eggs, which were in the course of two or three weeks prior to the examination

treated with antimicrobial medicines.



g) detection equipment must be able to differentiate the serological response to

the disease Salmonella pullorum and Salmonella gallinarum from serological

the response as a result of the use of Salmonella enteritidis vaccine there,

where is this vaccine is used, and should be kept in mind,

at present, there is no test that would distinguish between

answers to the contagion of Salmonella pullorum and Salmonella gallinarum and

vaccine for this serotype. Such a vaccine may not therefore be

used if you want to use serological monitoring. If it was used

the vaccine must be used for bacteriological examination, but used

the authentication method must be able to distinguish a live vaccine strains from

field strains.



B. Infection Mycoplasma gallisepticum and Mycoplasma meleagridis



(1) species covered by



a) Mycoplasma gallisepticum: fowls, turkeys.



(b) Mycoplasma meleagridis: Turkeys).



(2) disease surveillance programme



and the incidence of the disease) must be tested by serological and/or validated

bacteriological and/or molecular tests. Occurrence of inflammatory

changes in air bags for day-old chicks and Turkey poults suggests that is

Mycoplasma infection present and must be examined.



(b) to investigate) samples of infections by Mycoplasma shall be based on the nature

case removed from blood, day-old chicks and Turkey poults, sperm, swabs

from the trachea, nostrils, the Cloaca or air sacs and in particular on the determination of the

Mycoplasma meleagridis samples must be taken from the fallopian tube and turkeys

kopulačního authority of turkeys.



(c) the establishment of) an investigation of Mycoplasma gallisepticum or Mycoplasma

meleagridis is carried out on a representative sample in order to

continuous monitoring of infection during rearing and laying, preferably before the

at the beginning of laying and every three months.



C. results and measures to be taken



If not, test reagenti is considered negative. Otherwise,

Flock is suspect and must be applied to the measures provided for in

part IV. of this annex.



(D).



In the case of holdings which consist of two or more separate

production units, regional Veterinary Administration may waive the

the measures referred to in part IV. paragraph. 3 (b). (b)) of this annex in healthy

production units of the infected traffic, provided that the approved

the veterinarian has confirmed that the structure and size of these production

units and traffic in them are of such a nature that the housing and feeding

they are perfectly separated, so it is not possible the transmission of the disease from one

Unit to another.



IV.



The criteria for the suspension or revocation of approval of the enterprise



(1) approval granted to an undertaking shall be suspended:



and if they are no longer satisfied) the conditions laid down in part II. This

of the annex,



(b) the completion of the necessary investigations) disease:



1. in the case of suspected avian avian influenza or Newcastle

disease in the enterprise,



2. If the undertaking has received poultry or hatching eggs from an establishment of the suspect

from avian avian influenza or Newcastle disease or an infected

Avian avian influenza or Newcastle disease,



3. when there is contact between a company and an outbreak of avian influenza

influenza or Newcastle disease, which may cause

transmission of infection,



(c)) until the execution of the new examination, if the results of the monitoring

carried out in accordance with the conditions laid down in sections II. and (III).

of this annex for the contagion of Salmonella pullorum, Salmonella gallinarum,

Salmonella arizonae, Mycoplasma gallisepticum or Mycoplasma

meleagridis giving rise to suspicion of disease,



(d)) up to taking the appropriate measures required by the official

veterinarian, if the undertaking does not conform to the requirements of part I.

paragraph. 1 (b). a), (b)), and (c)) of this annex.



(2) approval must be withdrawn:



and in the case of the occurrence of the avian) of avian influenza or Newcastle disease

in the enterprise,



(b)), if a second test confirms the presence of infection

Salmonella pullorum, Salmonella gallinarum, Salmonella arizonae,

Mycoplasma gallisepticum or Mycoplasma meleagridis,



c) If after the next regional Veterinary Administration warning has not been

the measures, in order to bring it into line with the requirements of section

I. paragraph 2. 1 (b). a), (b)), and (c)) of this annex.



(3) the conditions for restoring approval:



a) if approval has been withdrawn on the basis of the occurrence of avian influenza

influenza or Newcastle disease, it may be restored 21 days after

implementation of sanitary slaughter and final disinfection,



b) if approval has been withdrawn because of infection caused by



1. Salmonella pullorum et gallinarum, or Salmonella arizonae, it may be

restored after, when she was in the holding after the sanitary slaughter of the

infected flocks and final disinfection, which has the appropriate

tests on dry surfaces, confirmed the efficacy, made two

examination with negative results, and the interval between each

examinations must be at least 21 days,



2. Mycoplasma gallisepticum or Mycoplasma meleagridis, it may be

granted either after an entire flock of two tests performed with

negative results, the interval between examinations

must be at least 60 days, or once when in two

examination and negative results in the range of at least 21 days after the ambulance

the slaughter of the infected flock and after disinfection.



Annex 8



THE CONDITIONS FOR VACCINATION OF POULTRY



(1) the vaccine used in the vaccination of poultry or flocks producing

hatching eggs must be registered by the competent authority of the Member

State in which the vaccine is used.



(2) in the programmes of the regular vaccination against Newcastle disease may

be used in a live attenuated vaccine against Newcastle disease

shall be prepared from a Newcastle disease virus strain for which the master

seed has undergone a test, which showed that the index has

intracerebral pathogenicity index (ICPI)



and) less than 0.4 if each bird in the ICPI test not less than

107 EID50 are administered, or



(b)) of less than 0.5, if each bird in the ICPI test not less than

108 EID50 are administered.



(3) Programs of vaccination against Salmonella will not influence the outcome of the

the serological determination in the context of field investigations and or lead to

false positive results.



(4) live Salmonella vaccines shall not be used in the context of the

the national control programmes



a) for breeding and productive poultry during its reproductive or carrier

the stage has not been proven safe to use them and have not been for

such a purpose approved in accordance with a special regulation ^ 13 c),



(b)) if the manufacturer does not provide an appropriate method for bacteriological

differentiation of wild strains of salmonella from vaccine strains.



Annex 9



INFECTIOUS BOVINE RHINOTRACHEITIS FREE



(1) bovine holdings is considered to be free of infectious

bovine rhinotracheitis if it satisfies the following conditions:



and not on the farm) during the last six months recorded

No BHV1 infection is suspected, and all bovine animals on the holding is simple

clinical symptoms typical for BHV1 infection



(b)) the holding and all the nepřiléhající pasture land or buildings-

regardless of the ownership-form part of the economy as a

the epidemiological units must be from pastures and buildings with the worst

animal health status as regards the BHV1, effectively separated by natural or

by physical constraints, in order to effectively prevent direct contact with animals

various health status,



(c)) to the farm was moved only bovine animals from holdings

in the Member States, or regions thereof, which are listed

in part III. of annex 6 to this Ordinance, or from farms

Bhv1 and bovine animals on the holding has not been in contact with other animals

than with the fact that they originate from holdings situated in Member

States, or regions thereof, which are listed in part III. Annex

No. 6 to this Ordinance, or from BHV1-free holdings



(d)) female bovine animals are artificially inseminated with only bovine semen obtained in

compliance with Regulation No 380/2003 Coll., on animal health requirements for

trade in semen, the egg cells and embryos and on animal health

the terms of their imports from third countries, as amended,

or are admitted the bulls from holdings that are found in the

Member States, or regions thereof, which are listed in the

III. Annex 6 to this Ordinance, or from BHV1-free holdings



(e)) on the holding must be used at least one of the following

control modes:




1. the serological examination of antibody against the BHV1 is accomplished with a

a negative result in at least two blood samples collected in the

the interval of five to seven months from all the nine legacy case of female animals

months and older from all male bovine animals of nine months, used or

planned for breeding,



2. the serological examination of antibody against the BHV1 is accomplished with a

a negative result in at least



2.1. the two milk samples collected at an interval of five to seven months from the

all the cows in lactation, either on the individual milk samples, or

the mixed milk samples taken not more than five animals, and



2.2. the two blood samples taken at intervals of five to seven months

from all the case of female animals producing milk for nine months and older from

all male bovine animals older nine months used or planned

for breeding,



3. in the case of farms, in which make up at least

30% of the cows in lactation, the serological examination of antibody against the BHV1

carried out with negative results, at least on the



3.1. three milk samples taken from the milk of cows-by not more than 50

specification of the used test-at an interval of at least three months and



3.2. one individual blood sample taken from all female bovine animals

producing milk for nine months and older from all male bovine animals

earlier nine months used or planned for breeding,



4. all bovine animals on the holding originate either from holdings

in the Member States, or regions thereof, which are listed

in part III. of annex 6 to this Ordinance, or from farms

Bhv1.



(2) the Status of bovine holdings plain BHV1 is preserved, if



and conditions are met) in paragraph 1, and



(b)) on the holding during the 12-month period used by at least one

of the following control modes:



1. the serological examination of antibody against the BHV1 is accomplished with a

negative results on at least one individual blood sample

removed from all bovine animals over 24 months of



2. the serological examination of antibody against the BHV1 is accomplished with a

a negative result in at least



2.1. one individual sample of milk taken from all the cows in

lactation, either on the individual milk samples, or mixed

milk samples taken not more than five animals, and



2.2. one individual blood sample taken from all the cows, which

are not lactating and heifer aged over 24 months and older from all bulls

24 months,



3. in the case of farms, in which make up at least

30% of the cattle cows, the serological examination of antibody against the BHV1

carried out with negative results, at least on the



3.1. two milk samples taken from the milk from a maximum of 50 cows in

lactation-according to the specification of the used test-at an interval of three to

twelve months, and



3.2. one individual blood sample taken from all the cows, which

are not lactating and heifer aged over 24 months and older from all bulls

24 months.



(3) the Status of bovine holdings plain BHV1 is suspended

where during the examination described in paragraph 2 (a). (b)) points 1. up to

3. should some animal in the BHV1 antibody test positive

the result.



(4) the Status of the holding of the BHV1, who has been suspended in accordance with the

paragraph 3, may be renewed only after applying the serological

examination of antibody against the BHV1, which is initiated at the earliest 30 days after the

removal of serologically-positive animals, taking the examination is

carried out with negative results, at least on the



and two milk samples collected) at an interval of at least two months from the

all the cows in lactation, either on the individual milk samples, or

the mixed milk samples taken from the animals and not more than five



(b)) of two blood samples taken at an interval of at least three months from the

all cows that are not lactating, and heifers and from all the bulls.



(5) For serological tests for the detection of antibodies against the BHV1 referred to in

This annex applies the principles set out in annex 6, part I. 1

(a). (c)), this Decree concerning the vaccination status of the tested

animals.



(6) the scope of mixed samples of milk covered in this annex refers,

can be modified on the basis of supporting evidence, that the test is for the

all times the daily laboratory work sensitive enough to

i found only a weak positive response in a mixed sample of reconditioned

the range.



Annex 10



cancelled



Annex 11



THE DISEASE, WHICH CAN BE PROCESSED BY A PROGRAM TO REPAIR AND IN THE CONTEXT OF

WHICH CAN BE CONSIDERED THE TERRITORY OF THE STATE OR ANY PART THEREOF FREE OF DISEASES

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1. bovine, porcine Pseudorabies

IBR

(IBR/IPV)

porcine brucellosis (b. suis)

Viral gastroenteritis of pigs

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2. ovine, caprine contagious agalactia

paratuberculosis

pseudotuberkulóza (caseous

lymphadenitis)

pulmonary Adenomatosis

Maedi-Visna

Arthritis and encephalitis

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3. the equidae (only in the disease to which equidae are

context sensitive

with the program

repair)

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4. the poultry disease to which poultry is susceptible

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5. other animals:

ruminants tuberculosis

primates and kočkovití tuberculosis

Lagomorphs myxomatóza

viral haemorrhagic disease

rabbits

tularemia

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Minks viral enteritis

Aleutská disease

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Bee bee fruit rot

varroáza and Malawi

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Annex 12



CONDITIONS FOR THE APPROVAL OF ESTABLISHMENTS



(1) each device as defined in section 2 (a). AA) Decree must to

to be officially approved by the regional health administration in accordance with § 55

Decree:



a) be clearly demarcated and separated from its surroundings or the animals

closed and positioned so that it does not present a health hazard for the

agricultural holdings where the disease situation could be compromised,



(b)) have adequate means for trapping, immobilization and isolation of animals

and available to appropriate quarantine facilities and approved procedures for the treatment of

animals coming from non-approved sources



(c)) to be free of the diseases listed in annex 1 and the diseases referred to in

Appendix 11 to this Decree, if the Czech Republic included in the

program pursuant to section 77 of the Decree; that device was declared

These diseases, the regional Veterinary Administration shall assess the records on the health

status of livestock held for at least the last three years and the results

clinical and laboratory examinations carried out on animals in the facility.

However, if the animals forming the group come from the approved undertakings,

It may be as an exception from this requirement, approved a new device,



d) keep records relating to



1. the number and identity (age, gender, the type and, if appropriate,

individual designation) animals of each species present on the holding,



2. the number and identity (age, gender, the type and, if appropriate,

individual designation) animals that come into the company, or

leave, along with information on their origin or destination,

transport from or to the company and the health status,



3. the results of blood tests or any other tests,



4. the cases of the disease, and if they were treated, of the method of healing,



5. the results of post-mortem examinations of animals that have died on the holding,

including animals, stillborn,



6. the observations made during the isolation or quarantine period,



e) either have an agreement with the laboratories of the State Veterinary Administration enabled

the implementation of the post-mortem examination or have one or more appropriate

the facilities where these examinations may be performed by an approved private

the veterinarian,



f) either have suitable facilities or local facilities for the removal of the bodies of

animals which die or are killed due to illness,



g) ensure by contract or legal instrument, the services of private

veterinarian, which is approved and monitored by the regional

veterinary services and which:



1. meet with the necessary changes in the details (mutatis mutandis)

the requirements specified in § 17a. 5 and 6 of the Act,



2. ensure that the surveillance of diseases and control measures are implemented

According to the epidemiological situation; These measures include:



2.1. the annual plan of surveillance of diseases including the control of zoonoses at

animals,



2.2 clinical, laboratory and post-mortem investigation of suspected

of being infected or contaminated,



2.3 if necessary, vaccination of susceptible animals against diseases in accordance

with section 10 of Decree No. 299/2003 Coll.




2.4 shall ensure that any suspect deaths or the presence of any

other signs showing that the animals infected by one or

more of the diseases referred to in annex No. 1 in Appendix 11 to this Decree,

they were immediately reported to the provincial health administration, if this

the disease is among the diseases, the occurrence of which is compulsorily reported,



2.5 ensures that the animals are supplied if necessary, isolated, and

in conformity with the requirements of this order and follow the instructions of the regional

the veterinary service, if any,



2.6 will be responsible for day-to-day compliance with the animal health requirements of this

decrees and legislation about cool animals during transport and the

disposal of animal waste,



h) if it keeps animals which are to be used for laboratory experiments,

shall act in accordance with the regulations on the protection of animals against cruelty.



(2) approval shall be retained where the following requirements are met:



and the County will be checked) of the veterinary services of which:



1. check the device at least once a year,



2. check the activity of the approved veterinarian and the private

the introduction of an annual plan of surveillance of diseases,



3. ensure, in order to meet the provisions of this Ordinance,



(b)) to the device will be delivered only animals coming from another

approved establishments in accordance with the provisions of this Ordinance,



(c)) the official veterinarian checks whether:



1. the purpose of the provisions of this Ordinance,



2. the results of the clinical, post-mortem and laboratory tests on the animals

revealed the occurrence of diseases listed in annex 1 and in the annex No 11 to the

This Decree,



(d)), after approval shall keep the records referred to in paragraph 1 (b). (d))

at least ten years.



(3) As an exception to § 46 para. 1 Decree, and of point 2 (a). (b)) of this

the annex may be animals, including monkeys and poloopic (Simiae and Prosimiae)

that originate from outside of the approved devices delivered to the

an approved device, provided that prior to enrollment

Group isolation under official supervision and in accordance with the instructions issued by the

the regional Veterinary Administration.



and monkeys and primates) (Simiae and Prosimiae) have to be respected

the requirements laid down in the OIE International Health isolation Code (chapter

2.10.1 and Appendix 3.5.1).



(b)) for the other animals, which pass through the insulation shall comply with paragraph 2 (a). (b))

of this annex, shall be for a period of isolation, with regard to the diseases listed in

list of annex 1 to this notice, at least 30 days.



(4) animals kept at an approved establishment may leave this device

only if they are sent to another approved device in the appropriate

Member State or in another Member State; However, if they are not sent

to another approved device, the device may leave only in accordance

with the requirements of the regional Veterinary Administration, to avoid the risk of potential

the spread of diseases.



(5) If a Member State makes use of the additional guarantees pursuant to legislative

Community law, may request the necessary additional requirements and certification

for the susceptible species to have been included in the approved device.



(6) procedures for the partial or total suspension, withdrawal or

reuse of the approval are the following:



and regional Veterinary Administration) if it finds that the requirements of point 2 have not been

fulfilled, or that, in practice, such a change has occurred, which was no longer in the

accordance with paragraph 2 (a). AA) of this order, the approval will be temporarily cancelled

or withdrawn,



(b)) if it is submitted reports of suspected one of the diseases referred to in

lists of annex 1 or Annex 11 to this Decree, the regional

Veterinary Administration temporarily cancels the approval until the suspect

is not officially canceled. Depending on the type of infection and the risk of spread

the temporary cancellation of the disease can have a relationship to the device as a whole or

only to certain categories of animals susceptible to the disease, which it is.

The regional Veterinary Administration shall ensure that the measures

necessary to confirm or refute the suspicion and to prevent the spread

the disease, in accordance with Decree No. 299/2003 Coll. and Decree



(c)) if it was confirmed the suspected presence of the disease, the device again

approved only if, after defeating the disease and eliminate the source of infection in the

facilities, including suitable cleaning and disinfection, are again fulfilled

the conditions laid down in point 1 of this annex, with the exception of point 1 (a). (c)),



(d)) of the State Veterinary Administration will inform the Commission on the temporary repeal,

the withdrawal or the granting of the approval of the device again.



Annex 13



THE REQUIREMENT RELATING TO EQUINE VIRAL ARTERITIS



The requirement relating to equine viral Arteritis, provided for in § 65

(a). (b)) this order applies to the Stallion, with the exception of equidae:



a) equidae vaccinated against equine viral Arteritis under official

the supervision of the vaccine approved by the Institute for State control of veterinary

Biologicals and medicaments and equidae, who responded with a negative

result at a dilution of 1:4 in a serum neutralization test for that disease.

The equidae shall be vaccinated on the day a blood sample or during

the following 15 days on condition that during this period were

isolated. Test must be made and confirmed the result and vaccination

confirmed, under official veterinary supervision. Vaccination must be in

regular intervals, repeated. In the case of registered equidae

vaccination must be and the results of serological tests are written to the document

identity card (passport),



b) equidae vaccinated against equine viral Arteritis under official

the supervision of an approved vaccine ÚSKVBL and equidae which have undergone

two serum neutralization tests for that disease at an interval of at least 10

days between the age of 180 and 270 days without finding the rise of antibodies.

The equidae shall be isolated under official supervision from the time of the first subscription

the blood sample until the vaccination. The tests must be carried out and certified, and

the results and vaccinations certified under official veterinary supervision.

The vaccination must be repeated at regular intervals. In the case of

registered equidae must be vaccination and serological results

the tests are written to the identification document (passport),



(c) equidae less than 180) days, the



d) equidae for slaughter sent directly to a slaughterhouse accompanied

certificate.



Annex 14



cancelled



Annex 15



TYPES of UNGULATES, ACCORDING to § 2 (b). U)

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Taxon

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Order Family Genus/Species

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The order Artiodactyla Antilocarpa SSP. Antilocapridae (muskrats)

(cloven-hoofed animals having) (vidlorohovití)

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Bovidae Addax (Addax) ssp, ssp Aepyceros (impala)., Alcelaphus SSP. (Bubalus

(species) of the steppe), Ammodorcas SSP. (antelope dibatag), Ammotragus SSP. (Barbary)

SSP. Antidorcas (Springbok), SSP. Antilope (blackbuck)

Bison SSP. (bison), Bos SSP. (tur) [including Bibos (gayal or Mithun, gaur), Novibos

(Kouprey) Poephagus (as)], Boselaphus SSP. (nilgau), Bubalus SSP. (arni,

Buffalo [including the Anoa (anoa)], Editor SSP. (takin), Capra SSP. (goat),

Cephalophus SSP. (Duiker), Connochaetes SSP. (GNU), Damaliscus

SSP. [including Beatragus] (Bubalus blue variegated), Dorcatragus ssp.

(beira), Gazella SSP. (Gazelle), Hemitragus SSP. (tahr), Hippotragus ssp.

(Roan, vraná, blue), Kobus SSP. (voduška, kob, abok, Puck),

Litocranius SSP. (antelope Giraffe), Madogua SSP. (dikdik), American mink

SSP. [including Nemorhaedus and Capricornis] (goral, serau), Neotragus ssp.

(antilopka), Oreamnos SSP. (mountain goat), Oreotragus SSP. (skálolez),

Oryx ssp (Gemsbok, oryx), ssp Ourebia. (oribi), Ovibos SSP. (pižmoň),

Ovis SSP. Patholops (sheep), ssp (chiru), Peleus SSP. (antelope, venison),

Procapra SSP. (dzeren), Pseudois SSP. (nahur), Pseudoryx SSP. (saola)

Raphicerus SSP. (antelope grass, Rothschild's woolly rat, Sharpeova), Bohor Reedbuck ssp.

(Reedbuck), SSP. Rupicapra (Chamois, mountain of the Mediterranean), the Saiga ssp.

(Saiga), Sigmoceros-Alecelaphus SSP. (Bubalus Lichtensteinův), Sylvicapra

SSP. (forest schovávavá) Syncerus SSP. (Buffalo), ssp Species.

(antelope Derby, moose), Tetracerus SSP. (antelope čtyřrohá), Tragelaphus

SSP. [including Boocerus] (bongo, kudu, nyala, bushbuck, sitatunga)

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Camelus Camelidae SSP. (camel), Lama SSP. (alpaca, guanaco, lama) to Vicugna ssp.

(camelids) (swap)


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4.camels SSP. Cervidae (Moose), Axis-Hyelaphusssp. (axis), Blastocerus SSP. (distribution),

(deer) Capreolus (roe deer) SSP., Cervus-Rucervus SSP. (red deer, wapiti, sika,

Sambar), Dama (fallow deer), ssp, ssp Elaphurus (Pere David's deer), Hippocamelus

SSP. (huemul), Hydropotes SSP. (water deer), Mazama ssp. (mazama)

Megamuntiacus SSP. (muntžakobrovský), Deer SSP. (muntžak),

Odocoileus SSP. (jelenec eared, age 5), ssp (Ozotoceros jelenec

pampový), Pudu (pudu) ssp, ssp. Rangifer (reindeer)

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Giraffidae Giraffa (Giraffe) ssp, ssp Okapia (okapi)

(žirafovití)

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Hippopotamidae Hexaprotodon-Choeropsis SSP. (Pygmy), ssp, the Hippopotamus (hippopotamus, tapir)

(hrochovití)

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Moschus SSP. Moschidae (the)

(kabarovití)

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Suidae Babyrousa ssp. (babirusa), ssp Hylochoerus. (pig primeval forest),

(suidae) Phacochoerus SSP. (warthog), Potamochoerus SSP. (štětkoun),

SUS SSP. (pig)

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Tayassuidae Catagonus SSP., Tayassu Pecari SSP., SSP. (peccary)

(pekarovití)

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Hyemoschus SSP. Tragulidae, Tragulus SSP., Moschiola SSP. (kančil)

(kančil)

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Perissodactyla, Rhinocerotidae Ceratotherium SSP. Dicerorhinusssp., Rhinoceros, Diceros SSP. ssp.

(solipeds) (nosorožcovití) (Rhino)

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Tapiridae Tapirus ssp.

(tapírovití) (tapir)

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Proboscidea Elephantidae Elephas SSP. ssp, Loxodonta.

(chobotatci) (Elephantidae) (the elephant)

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Annex 16



DISEASE AND BASIC GENERAL CRITERIA FOR THE TERRITORY CONSIDERED FREE OF THE DISEASE

In accordance with section 56 (a). (B))

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Disease conditions of the animals in question

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foot-and-mouth disease is any disease outbreaks, no signs of the virus in all kinds of

diseases and no vaccination in the past 12 months

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no case of vesicular stomatitis outbreak in the last six months, all kinds of

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no case of swine vesicular disease outbreak and no immunizations in the last species of the Suidae family

24 months (suidae)

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no case of rinderpest disease and no vaccination in the past all kinds of

12 months

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the plague of small ruminants, no case of the disease and no vaccination in the last species of the genus Ovis (sheep)

12 months and Capra (goat)

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no case of contagious cattle disease and no vaccination in the last species of the genus Bos (tur)

12 months

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Nodular Dermatitis, no case of the disease and no vaccination in the last species of the genus Bos (tur), Bison

36 months (bison) and Bubalus (arni, Buffalo)

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no case of Rift Valley fever disease and no vaccination in the past all species other than the species

12 months of the family Suidae (suidae)

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no case of bluetongue disease and no vaccination in the past all kinds of in addition to the species of the genus

24 months with suitable damping of the Culicoides populations of Bos, Bison, Bubalus, Ovis and Capra

and of the Suidae family

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sheep and goat pox, no case of disease and no vaccination in the last species of the genus Ovis (sheep)

12 months and Capra (goat)

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no case of African swine fever outbreaks in the last 12 months, the species of the Suidae family

(suidae)

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classical swine fever, no case of the disease and no vaccination in the last species of the Suidae family

12 months (suidae)

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* In accordance with the provisions of Chapter 2.1.1 of the OIE Manual.

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1A) Council Directive 64/432/EEC of 26 June 1990. June 1964, on animal health

trade in bovine animals and swine within the community.



Council Directive 97/11/EEC of 17 May. March 1997, amending and

updates of Council Directive 64/432/EEC on health problems affecting trade

bovine animals and pigs within the community.



Council Directive 98/46/EC of 24 July 2003. June 1998 amending the annex to

A, D (chapter I) and F to Directive 64/432/EEC on health problems affecting

trade in bovine animals and swine within the community.



European Parliament and Council Directive 2000/15/EC of 10 June 1999. April 2000,

amending Council Directive 64/432/EEC on health problems affecting

trade in bovine animals and swine within the community.



European Parliament and Council Directive 2000/20/EC of 16 December 2002. may

2000 amending Council Directive 64/432/EEC on health problems affecting

trade in bovine animals and swine within the community.



Council Directive 91/68/EEC of 28 June 1999. January 1991 concerning the animal

conditions for trade in ovine and caprine animals within the community.



European Parliament and Council Directive 2001/10/EC of 22 December 2004. may

2001 amending Council Directive 91/68/EEC as regards scrapie.



Council Directive 90/426/EEC of 26 June 1990. June 1990, on animal health

conditions governing the movement of equidae and their import from third countries.



Council Directive 90/425/EEC of 26 June 1990. June 1990 concerning veterinary and

zootechnical checks applicable in trade in certain live animals and

products within the community with a view to the completion of the internal market.



Council Directive 91/496/EEC of 15 October 1968. July 1991, laying down the

principles governing the organisation of veterinary checks of animals imported into the

Community from third countries and amending Directives 89/662/EEC,

90/425/EEC and 90/675/EEC.



Council Directive 92/36/EEC of 29 October April 1992, amending, if

as for African horse sickness, Directive 90/426/EEC on animal health conditions governing

the movement of equidae and their import from third countries.



Council Directive 90/539/EEC of 15 October 1968. October 1990, on animal health

conditions for trade in poultry and hatching eggs within the community

and imports from third countries.



Council Directive 91/494/EEC of 26 June 1990. June 1991, on animal health

conditions for trade in fresh poultrymeat within the community and

its imports from third countries.



Council Directive 92/65/EEC of 13 September 1993. July 1992 laying down animal health

regulations for trade in animals, semen, ova and embryos

The community and the introduction into the community, if not subject to the

special Community veterinary legislation listed in Annex A, section I,

Directive 90/425/EEC.



Council Directive 93/120/EC of 22 December 2004. December 1993 amending

Council Directive 90/539/EEC on animal health conditions governing trade in


poultry and hatching eggs within the community and imports from

third countries.



Council Directive 1999/90/EC of 15 December 1999. November 1999, amending the

Council Directive 90/539/EEC on animal health conditions governing trade in

poultry and hatching eggs within the community and imports from

third countries.



Council Directive 2003/50/EC of 11 December 1997. June 2003, amending

Directive 91/68/EEC as regards the tightening of control measures for

the movement of sheep and goats.



Council Directive 2004/68/EC of 26 July 2000. April 2004 laying down

animal health rules for the importation of certain live ungulates in

The community, and for their transit, amending Directive 90/426/EEC and 92/65/EEC

and repealing Directive 72/462/EEC.



Directive of the European Parliament and of the Council/31/EU of 12. June

2013, amending Council Directive 92/65/EEC as regards the animal health

provisions for trade in dogs, cats and ferrets within the Union and their

imports into the Union.



2) Decree No. 372/2003 Coll. on veterinary checks when trading

with animals.



Decree No. 377/2003 Coll. on veterinary checks of imports and transit

animals from third countries.



2A) Decree No 136/2004 Coll., laying down the details of the labelling

animals and their record-keeping and holding registers and people laid down

breeding law.



3) Act No. 155/2000 Coll., on the breeding, breeding and registration

farm animals and amending certain related laws

(plemenářský Act).



4) Decree No 357/2001 Coll., on the labelling and registration of horses, pigs,

ratites and farmed game and records of poultry, fish and

the bees.



5) section 54 of the Act.



6) § 44 para. 1 of the law.



Decree No. 299/2003 Coll., on measures for the prevention and control of

diseases and diseases transmissible from animals to humans.



7) Act No. 155/2000 Coll.



Decree No 134/2001 Coll., on labelling and registration of bovine animals, sheep and goats.



Decree No 357/2001 Coll., on the labelling and registration of horses, pigs, ratites and

farmed game and records of poultry, fish and bees.



8) Decree No 329/2003 Coll., on State veterinary information system

Administration.



9) Decree No. 377/2003 Coll.



10) Decree No 296/2003 Coll.



11) Decree No. 202/2003 Coll., on animal health requirements for fresh

meat, minced meat, meat preparations and meat products.



12) Decree No 296/2003 Coll., on the konfiskátech of animal origin, their

harmless disposal and other handling.



13) Decree No. 372/2003 Coll.



13B) § 2 (2). 1 and 2 of the commercial code.



13 c) Law No 378/2007 Coll. on pharmaceuticals and on changes of some

related laws (law on medicinal products), as amended by Act amended

regulations.



13D) Law No 120/2002 Coll., on conditions for the placing of biocidal products and

active substances on the market and amending certain related laws, in

amended by Act No. 186/2004 Sb.



13E) Act No. 326/1999 SB. on residence of aliens in the territory of the Czech Republic and

amending certain laws, as amended by Act No 140/2001 Coll., Act No.

151/2002 Coll., Act No. 218/2002 Coll., Act No. 222/2003 Coll., Act No.

436/2004 Coll., Act No. 501/2004 Coll., Act No. 539/2004 Coll. and act

No 559/2004 Sb.



14) § 4 paragraph 2. 1 and § 5 para. 2 (a). and Act No. 13)/1997 Coll., on

the road, as amended.



§ 3 para. 1 (b). a) Act No. 266/1994 Coll., on rail, as amended by

amended.



14A) European Parliament and Council Regulation (EU) no 576/2013 of the 12.

June 2013 on non-commercial movements of pet animals and the

repeal of Regulation (EC) No 998/2003.



15) Act No 246/1992 Coll., on the protection of animals against cruelty, as amended by

amended.



17) Commission decision 2008/185/EC of 21 June 1999. February 2008 establishing

additional guarantees relating to Aujeszky's disease in pigs

within the community and the establishment of criteria for the provision of information on

This disease, as amended.



18) Commission decision 2004/558/EC of 15 December 1999. July 2004 on the implementation of the

Council Directive 64/432/EEC as regards additional guarantees for trade in beef

cattle in the community in connection with infectious rhinotracheitis

beef cattle and the approval of the programmes of the proposed vymýcovacích

some Member States, as amended.



19) Council Regulation (EC) No 1/2005 of 22 December 2004. December 2004 on the protection of

animals during transport and related operations and amending directives

64/432/EEC and 93/119/EC and Regulation (EC) No 1255/97.



20) Article. 21, art. Regulation (EU) no 576/2013 of the 12. June 2013

non-commercial movements of pet animals and repealing Regulation

(EC) No 998/2003.