Concerning Veterinary Checks Applicable In Trade With Animals

Original Language Title: o veterinárních kontrolách při obchodování se zvířaty

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372/2003 Coll.



The DECREE



of 30 March 2004. October 2003



concerning veterinary checks applicable in trade with animals



Change: 164/2005 Sb.



The Ministry of agriculture lays down, pursuant to section 78 of the Act No. 166/1999 Coll., on the

veterinary care and amending certain related laws (health

Act), as amended by Act No. 131/2003 Coll. (hereinafter the "Act") for the implementation of

section 28 paragraph. 5 and section 31, paragraph. 3 (b). (b)), and (c)) of the Act:



§ 1



The subject of the edit



(1) of This Ordinance in accordance with the law of the European Communities ^ 1)

modifies the



and the method of carrying out the veterinary checks) of live animals, veterinary

control of the semen, the egg cells and embryos (hereinafter referred to as "germ

products "), as well as veterinary control of pathogens, intended for

trading, in the place of origin and arrival at the place of destination,



(b) cooperation and assistance), provided by the authorities of carrying out

veterinary checks referred to under (a)),



c) details of the measures, which shall be the veterinary authorities

the controls referred to under (a)) on the basis of the findings that are not met

the conditions for trading, as well as the procedure in the event that, in the

the context of these measures, there is a dispute between the farmer and the authorities

carrying out veterinary checks on arrival at destination,



(d)) the period within which you can apply for the issue of a health certificate, which

is accompanied by live animals, products of the germ and pathogens (hereinafter referred to as "animals

and the products) intended for trading, and the duration of this

certificates and how and on what basis is this certificate is issued.



(2) this Ordinance shall not apply to the movement of pet animals

between the Member States of the European Union (hereinafter referred to as "Member State"), if they are

the animals are accompanied by a natural person responsible for them and if they are not

moved for commercial purposes.



§ 2



Definition of terms



For the purposes of this Ordinance means



and) veterinary control-any physical check or

Administrative Act concerning live animals, products of the germ

or pathogens, the purpose of which is the direct or indirect protection of the health of the people

or animals,



(b))-any seizure of pathogens or culture of organisms or any

their derivative, occurring either alone or in a deliberate combination of

such a detection zone or culture of organisms that have the ability to invoke the

disease in any living creatures (with the exception of specific agents

human disease), as well as any modified derivatives of these

organisms, which can carry or transmit an animal pathogen, or the tissue,

cell culture, secretions or excreta by which or

which can be carried or transmitted animal pathogen, with the exception of

registered veterinary immunological products,



(c) undertaking means any undertaking)-or other device in which the treats

egg products or pathogens,



(d)), the competent authority-the central authority of the Member State authorised to

carrying out veterinary checks or any other authority of the Member State to which

This power was vested,



e) trading-trade between Member States and with the animals

products originating in the Member States, as well as the animals and

the products originating in third countries, which are in the Member States

in free circulation.



§ 3



The animals and products covered by the specific legislation

referred to in annex 3 to this Decree and which are intended to

trading shall be subject to veterinary checks at the point of origin and

veterinary checks on arrival at destination.



Veterinary checks at origin



§ 4



(1) in the performance of the State veterinary supervision in accordance with section 52 of the Act

performed by the regional Veterinary Administration and Municipal animal health management in Prague

on the territory of the city of Prague (hereinafter referred to as "regional animal health management")

veterinary inspection at the place of origin, in particular, to determine whether the

animals and products intended for trade



and) meet the requirements of specific legislation referred to in part A

Annex No. 3 to this Decree, or-in the case of animals and products

referred to in part (B) of annex 3 to this notice-the requirements of the Member

State of destination,



(b) come from a farm) ^ 2) or undertaking, subject to the

veterinary checks in accordance with § 6 (1). 1 (a). (b)),



(c)) are identified and registered in accordance with specific legal

regulations ^ 3), so that it was possible to determine the holding or business

of origin or transit,



(d)) are provided with the original completely and correctly filled in the veterinary

the certificate, issued by the official veterinarian, and other documents in the

accordance with the specific legislation referred to in part A of the annex.

3 to this Decree, or-in the case of other animals and products referred to

in part (B) of annex 3 to this notice-in accordance with the law

the Member State of destination, as well as the documents required by the Special

legislation, ^ 3) which are to be accompanied, during transport to the

the place of destination.



(2) in the case of animals which are susceptible to disease or germ products

animals, monitors regional Veterinary Administration also, if they do not come



and the economy or business), or from the place or area, which

subject to the limiting or banning an associate veterinary measures,

concerning the controlled animals or products, and which was announced

in accordance with the Act and the implementing regulation for the law ^ 4)

because of suspicion or occurrence of diseases referred to in annex 1 to this

the Decree, or to protect against risks to animal health or

people,



(b)) of the holding or establishment, or from a place or area, which

subject to the limiting or banning an associate veterinary measures,

that was because of the suspicion or occurrence of diseases not listed in

Annex No 1 to this notice, or because of the protection against threats

public or animal health,



(c)) in cases where the animals or products are intended for the economy

or undertaking situated in a Member State, in accordance with the Special

the legislation won a special animal health guarantees, or who was in the

accordance with the following provisions considered to be disease free throughout its territory

or on his part of the economy that does not provide such guarantees,

which may be required by the Member State of destination with regard to the disease

not listed in annex 1 to this notice,



(d)) in cases where the animals or products are intended for a Member

State or its parts, which uses special health guarantees

provided for by specific legislation, the holding or

undertaking, or part of the territory, that do not provide such guarantees.



(2) before the issue of the health certificate or other document must be

Verify that the holding or business of origin comply with the requirements referred to in

paragraph 1.



§ 5



(1) if the carriage involves several places of destination, the animals must be, and

products are grouped together in as many consignments as there are places of destination. Each

the consignment must be accompanied by health certificates and other documents

referred to in section 4, paragraph 4. 1 (a). (d)).



(2) where animals and products covered by a specific legal

the provisions referred to in part A of annex 3 to this Decree, intended to

exports to the country which is a Member State (hereinafter referred to as "third country"),

through the territory of another Member State, the transport operation shall remain under customs supervision

up to the point of exit from the territory of the Member States (hereinafter referred to as "the territory of the

The community "). If, however, the animals and products which do not comply with

the requirements referred to specific legislation, or animals, and

the products listed in part B of annex 3 to this Decree, may be

the transit takes place only with the express authorization of the competent authority

the transit Member State.



(3) If, during the transport of the animals or products referred to in paragraph 2

any misconduct or irregularity, or if the third-country

destination of the consignment, it shall take over the regional Veterinary Administration, if the

Czech Republic transit Member State or the Member State of destination

and uses a special animal health guarantees referred to in section 4, paragraph 4. 2 (a).

(d)), pursuant to section 12 paragraph. 2, or may require that the animals were

conveyed to the slaughter to the nearest slaughterhouse; on these facts

the regional Veterinary Administration shall inform the Customs authorities.



§ 6



(1) in carrying out the veterinary checks at the place of origin of the regional

animal health management also



and keeping a watch on it) that was not in the territory of another Member State are sent to the

animals or products that should be removed (killed,

disposed of) in connection with the execution of the programmes to repair

animals from diseases not listed in annex 1 to this notice,

or that cannot be from the veterinary or sanitary reasons

commercially exploited on the territory of the Czech Republic,



(b)) carried out the veterinary checks of the holding, Assembly

centers, breeding and supplying establishments ^ 5) for experimental animals,

approved markets and enterprises in order to verify whether they are in them

compliance with the animal health requirements laid down in this Decree in all
stages of the production and trading, and that the animals or products intended for

trading comply with the requirements of specific legislation, in particular

the requirements referred to in section 4, paragraph 4. 1 (a). (c)), and (d)). If it finds grounds for

the suspicion that this is not so, the necessary veterinary

checks, and confirmed her suspicion, acting in accordance with the law and

the implementing regulation for the law ^ 4) corresponding to the binding instructions

or declare emergency health measures; These measures may

include the isolation of the farm or enterprise.



(2) if the violation Was found to specific legislation, in particular

If a mismatch is detected the veterinary certificate, other evidence or

marking the status of animals, or the State of the economy

of origin, where appropriate, with the actual characteristics of the products, shall apply,

the penalties under the Act.



section 7 of the



Information concerning outgoing animals and products, as well as

issued by a veterinary certificate or other document accompanying the

animals or products, shall be communicated on the date of issue of that certificate or

document to the competent central authority of the Member State of destination and the

the competent authority of the place of destination as specified in the specific legal

^ 6), and in accordance with the model in annex 2 to this Decree.

In the case of the animals and products referred to in section 5 (3). 2, communicate these

information to the competent authority of the output space that is also a place of destination (§

19 paragraph. 1), where appropriate, to the competent authority of the place in which it is located

the output location, to the competent central authority of destination and to the competent

the Central Office of the transit Member State or the competent

the central authorities of the Member State of transit. To the following for information

include the name of the third country of destination.



Veterinary checks on arrival at destination



§ 8



(1) in the performance of the State veterinary supervision in accordance with section 52 of the Act

can regional Veterinary Administration to carry out veterinary checks in

arrival at the place of destination. Nediskriminujícími discriminatory veterinary

the controls may in particular verify whether the requirements are met

arising from § 4 to 6; If necessary, remove the samples to the

laboratory examination. Besides, it can carry out the veterinary checks

also during the transport of animals within the territory of the Czech Republic, including checks

means of transport, if the knowledge obtained through the suspicion, that the

violation of veterinary conditions for trading in animals.



(2) if they are animals originating in another Member State is specified



and) for an approved market or Assembly Centre may be their

the operator accepted by this centre or market animals,

which meet the requirements referred to in section 4. The official veterinarian

executing in the Assembly Centre or the approved market State

veterinary supervision shall control the health certificates and other

the documents referred to in section 4, paragraph 4. 1 (a). (d)) to verify that the animals taken

in this centre or the market meet these requirements,



(b)) at the slaughterhouse, the operator may be taken and slaughtered just

animals which satisfy the requirements set out in section 4, paragraph 4. 1 (a). (c)), and (d)).

The official veterinarian at the slaughterhouse, the executing State Veterinary

supervision must ensure that slaughtered animals which meet only

all of the requirements referred to in section 4,



(c)) for the economy, including those where the consignment is partly unloaded

during transport, it must be each animal or group of animals accompanied by

the original of the health certificate or other document referred to in section 4, paragraph 4. 1

(a). (d)) to the time when the recipient that is in this certificate

or other document as the recipient.



(3) the recipient referred to in paragraph 2 (a). (c)) shall, before the Division or

subsequent commercial exploitation of the consignment of animals in accordance with section 30, paragraph. 3

(a). (b)) of the Act



and identification of animals) to check, health certificate, and

the other documents referred to in section 4, paragraph 4. 1 (a). (c)), and (d)), which are animals

accompanied by,



(b) notify the regional health administration) of any misconduct or

the irregularity and its decision to keep the animals in isolation.



(4) a registered dealer who divides the consignments of animals, or any

the enterprise, which is not under veterinary supervision, and for which they are

determined the animals referred to in paragraph 2, shall be considered as the recipient;

subject to the requirements referred to in paragraph 3.



(5) the specific animal health guarantees, which is required on the

the beneficiaries of the animals referred to in paragraph 2 (a). (c)) and in paragraph 4, must

be negotiated in the agreement concluded with the beneficiaries of the regional animal health

the Administration at the time of their registration; the regional Veterinary Administration performs

spot veterinary checks of compliance with those guarantees.



(6) For germ products and pathogens, the provisions of paragraphs 1 to 5

mutatis mutandis.



§ 9



(1) if the samples are taken from animals under section 8 (2). 1 the second sentence for

a semicolon, samples shall be taken as soon as possible, and in any case not later than

2 working days after the date of arrival of the animals at the place of destination mentioned on the

the animal health certificate or any other document referred to in section 4, paragraph 4. 1 (a).

d). Period of 2 working days shall not apply to veterinary checks carried out

pursuant to section 8 (2). 1 third sentence.



(2) if the recipient animal person referred to in § 8 paragraph. 4, which divided

a consignment of animals may be sampled during 2 working days

following the arrival of the animals at their final destination in the

the Member State concerned.



(3) the samples shall be taken in duplicate or in sufficient quantity for

ensure at least two alikvótních parts of the sample for testing. The first

sample or aliquot of the sample is tested in a laboratory as referred to

in § 52 paragraph. 4 of the Act. The second sample or two, or even more

aliquots of the sample shall be clearly identified and stored under appropriate

conditions for at least 1 month under the supervision of the official veterinary

doctor.



§ 10



(1) the recipients who are listed in the health certificate or other

document referred to in section 4, paragraph 4. 1 (a). (d)), in accordance with section 30, paragraph. 3 (b). and) and

(c)) of the Act



and according to the requirements of the regional) reports the health management and in the range of

necessary for completion of the veterinary checks provided for in § 8 of 24

hours in advance of the arrival of animals or products from another Member State,

in particular, the nature of the consignment and the anticipated date of arrival. It

does not apply, only if the equidae are accompanied by the identification

document in accordance with the specific legislation, ^ 3)



(b) the health certificate) and the other documents referred to in section 4, paragraph 4.

1 (a). (d)) for at least 1 year and be presented on request to the authorities

the State veterinary supervision,



(c)) and in the case of registered traders, recorded in connection with the

details of the underlying stores details of the subsequent destination of the

animals or products.



(2) the animals are to be placed in quarantine, it is typically in the

the holding of destination. Required for veterinary reasons, may be

animals placed in quarantine station, which is in this case

regarded as the place of destination of the consignment; the reasons for this action to be

inform the Commission of the European Community (hereinafter referred to as "the Commission").



§ 11



(1) in the veterinary checks carried out in the places in which they can

the animals and products referred to in section 3, coming from third countries on the territory of the

The community, such as ports, airports and border points

veterinary checks,



and health certificate are checked), and other documents referred to in section 4 of the

paragraph. 1 (a). (d)),



(b)), so that the



1. the animals and products originating in the territory of the Community shall be subject to

the rules of inspection laid down in sections 8 and 9,



2. the animals from third countries are subject to the rules laid down in the specific

law, ^ 7)



3. products from third countries are subject to the rules laid down in the specific

legislation. ^ 8)



(2) all animals and products transported by means of vehicles

which ensure a regular and direct link between two geographical points

on the territory of the community, however, are subject to the rules for veterinary checks

laid down in section 8 and 9.



Measures on the basis of the outcome of the veterinary checks



§ 12



(1) where a regional animal health management in the implementation of the health

checks on arrival at destination or during transport

the consignment, the presence of agents of the diseases referred to in annex No. 1 to the Act,

disease transmissible from animals to humans or other disease or other

the possible cause of a serious hazard to animals or humans, or that the products

come from an area infected by infection, shall proceed in accordance with § 30 paragraph.

2, § 49 paragraph. 1 (a). (d)) and section 54, paragraph. 1 of the Act. The State Veterinary

manage in accordance with section 48, paragraph. 1 (a). of paragraph 2 of the law) shall notify without

delay to the Commission and the Member States of the results of the investigation, received

the decisions taken and the reasons for it.



(2) where a regional animal health management in the implementation of the health

checks on arrival at destination or during transport
consignments of animals or products do not meet the animal health conditions

trading with them in accordance with specific legal

regulations, or special health guarantees obtained from the Czech Republic

in accordance with the specific legislation, shall proceed in accordance with section 30

paragraph. 2 and, where appropriate, in accordance with section 49, paragraph. 1 (a). (d)) and section 54, paragraph. 1

the law.



(3) if there is a dispute between the sender and the regional health administration,

can both parties agree that it shall submit, not later than 1 month to

assessment of the expert referred to in the list drawn up by the Commission. This

the expert shall give its opinion within 72 hours after the submission of the dispute, or after

receipt of the results of the required examinations. The cost of this opinion to bear

The European Community.



section 13



(1) if the case referred to in section 12, paragraph. 1 or 2, shall inform the

The State Veterinary Administration shall inform the competent authority of the Member State

send to her reported on the results of its investigation, received

the measures and the reasons for it. Unless the State Veterinary Administration

This measures sufficient, take is the subject of the joint meeting of the

the possibilities and means of redress; to them can include animal health

check on the spot.



(2) recurring misconduct shall inform the State Veterinary Administration in accordance

with section 48, paragraph. 1 (a). about point 2 of the Act) the Commission and the Member States.



(3) the State Veterinary Administration may request the Member State of dispatch to

After the investigation period, the Commission strengthened the veterinary checks on animals and products

originating from the farm, at the Assembly Centre,

an approved market or company, or area, and where required

serious animal health or public health reasons, to suspend the issuance of

health certificates and other documents referred to in section 4, paragraph 4. 1 (a).

d). May also be strengthened by the veterinary inspection of animals and products

that come from the holding Assembly Centre,

an approved market or company, or an area on arrival at the place of

destination.



(4) if the Czech Republic is a Member State of dispatch shall apply paragraph 1 to

3 apply mutatis mutandis.



§ 14



(1) in the case of the notification referred to in section 12, paragraph. 1 or 2 to the competent

authority of the Member State of dispatch shall indicate the date of the State Veterinary Administration

the arrival of the consignment at the place of destination of the animals, date of sampling date

their laboratory examination, description of animals, nature

(a) examination of the samples and the results, if applicable-if not

No samples taken-the date of the implementation of the inspection and its results. To

the notification a copy of the health certificate attached and, where necessary, the number and

the description of the animals in the consignment.



(2) if the Czech Republic is a Member State of dispatch, the State

animal health management as quickly as possible, but within 7 days after receipt of the

the notification of the competent authority of the Member State of destination, in this State was

detected the case referred to in section 12, paragraph. 1 or 2, request



and) one or more testing of the second sample, or the second, or even the

For more sample aliquot part under section 9 (2). 3, and that in the reference

the European Union's laboratory or by an approved laboratory selected after

mutual agreement of the State Veterinary Administration with the competent authority of the Member

State of destination,



(b) a clinical examination of the consignment of animals) in the presence of a representative,

If these animals were placed in isolation.



§ 15



(1) if there is an infection in the territory of the Czech Republic, which is not subject to

compulsory reporting under the Act and the implementing legislation to

the law, ^ 4) any disease transmissible from animals to humans or other

disease or other possible cause serious threats to the health of the animals, or

people,



and) State Veterinary Administration shall notify without delay to the Commission

and the Member States,



(b)), the competent authority or veterinary administration shall prescribe, in accordance with the

the law and the implementing regulation for the law ^ 4) appropriate emergency

veterinary measures and State Veterinary Administration shall communicate to the Commission and the

the Member States, what measures have been taken.



(2) if in the course of veterinary checks on arrival at destination

or during transport on the territory of the Czech Republic detected the presence of the

the disease, another disease or other causes referred to in paragraph 1,



and health administration) the competent authority may, in accordance with the law and

the implementing regulation for the law, "^ 4) if it considers it necessary,

to declare or require appropriate emergency veterinary measures, including

the location of the animals in quarantine



(b)), State Veterinary Administration shall notify without delay to the Commission and the Member

States, what measures have been taken and that the reasons for their

the adoption.



(3) in the case referred to in paragraph 1, the State Veterinary Administration

ask the Commission for the secondment of one or more representatives to make sure

on the spot, what measures have been taken, and that they released their

the opinion.



Common and final provisions



section 16 of the



The State Veterinary Administration, in accordance with section 48, paragraph. 1 (a). about point 2)

law



and communicate to the Commission) and the Member States the conditions and procedures applicable in that

when trading in the animals and products not covered by the Special

the legislation referred to in part A of annex 3 to this Decree and

trading in which is subject to veterinary checks in accordance with this Ordinance,



(b)) the Commission shall submit annually to the required information on the animal health

the checks carried out in accordance with this Ordinance, and in electronic form

in accordance with the model issued by the Commission,



(c)) shall inform the Commission and the competent authorities of the Member States on the basis of their

reasoned requests for cooperation and assistance, whether they are

compliance with the legal provisions in its field of competence, whether and what was

measures taken to ensure compliance with the obligations and requirements of the

set out in these laws, and to the extent and in the manner

laid down by a regulation of the European communities. ^ 8a)



§ 17



On the issue of the health certificate referred to in section 4, paragraph 4. 1 (a). (d))

to be requested within a period of at least



and) 2 working days before the date envisaged dispatch of the animals, if

the animals, which have been in the last month before the date of their

the anticipated departure made health examinations necessary for the

the issue of the health certificate or, in the case of germ products or

pathogens,



(b)) 14 days before the date envisaged in other animals

cases.



section 18



(1) the health certificate referred to in section 4, paragraph 4. 1 (a). (d))

the official veterinarian on the basis of examinations (examination) of the animals, or

products by model issued by the State Veterinary Administration in accordance with the

model of veterinary certificate for animals, or products of the relevant

the kind laid down by the legislation of the European communities. This certificate must

be drawn up in at least one of the official languages of the Member State

send (origin) and in at least one of the official languages of the Member State

determine, on a single sheet of paper; If this is not possible, however, and if the certificate

drawn up on multiple sheets, these sheets must be properly connected and

marked so that they formed an integral part. The animal health certificate must be

designed for a single recipient.



(2) the health certificate referred to in paragraph 1 shall be responsible for the stamp and

signature of the official veterinarian in a colour different from that of the

the rest of the text, as well as the rules.



(3) unless otherwise provided by special laws ^ 9) or the regional animal health

the Administration, in particular with regard to the species of animals or products, method and period of time

the transport of something else, the period of validity of the veterinary

certificate 10 days from the date of its issue. Determine if the regional health

manage in accordance with § 49 paragraph. 1 (a). l) of the Act a different period of validity

the animal health certificate, the certificate must indicate them in this.



§ 19



(1) in the case of the animals and products referred to in section 5 (3). 2, veterinary

the certificates meet the requirements of the third country of destination, and if these are not

the requirements of the available, in particular where there is no bilateral agreement between

The Czech Republic as a Member State of origin of the animals, and the third countries

destination, says in this certificate "Animals or products exported to

(name of third country) ". As the recipient in the veterinary certificate lists

natural or legal person who deals with formalities at the point of exit

output, which in this case means any place in close

the vicinity of the external border of one of the Member States, that are equipped with

for the implementation of customs control; This place is given as the output location

destination.



(2) the health certificate referred to in paragraph 1 may contain

Special health guarantees applicable in accordance with the requirements of the laws of the

Of the European communities and applicable to animals intended for slaughter.



section 20



The effectiveness of the



This Decree shall take effect on the date of the entry of the Treaty of accession of the Czech

Republic to the European Union.



Minister:



Ing. Palas in r.



Annex 1



THE LIST OF DISEASES WHICH ARE SUBJECT TO A MANDATORY ADJUNCT TO THOSE WITH TERRITORIAL

By LIMITING the



1. foot and mouth disease



2. rinderpest



3. pulmonary disease of cattle



4. to bluetongue
5. swine vesicular disease



6. classical swine fever



7. African swine fever



8. contagious porcine paralysis



9. avian influenza (swine) poultry



10. Newcastle disease



11. African horse sickness



12. vesicular stomatitis



13. the plague of small ruminants



14. Rift Valley fever



15. Nodular dermatitis of bovine animals



16. sheep and goat pox



17. viral equine encephalomyelitis



Annex 2



REPORT NO.:



1. The PLACE of ORIGIN



-The date of dispatch of report:



-Expected date of departure of the consignment:



-The estimated time of departure of the consignment:



-Sender's name:



-The place, where the consignment is being sent (country code, unit code, local

name-the name of the locality, postal code):



-Health certificate:



-the number of the



-the date of



-The name of the official veterinarian signing certificate:



2. PLACE of DESTINATION



-Country code-unit code:



-The name and address of the recipient:



-Place of destination (country code-unit code, name of the local-name of the site,

postal code):



3. the goods



-Type-code:



-Number/quantity:



4. MEANS of TRANSPORT



-Mode of transport:



-Identification of the means of transport (lorry registration number

car, wagon number, flight number, name of vessel, container number

etc.):



5. NOTES



-for border veterinary station: origin of animals and products



-in case of export to a third country: the name of the third country and place of destination



-in cases where the animals to leave the place of origin: "shall be replaced by the message

the number of the ... "/" cancels message number ... '



Annex 3



PART AND



SPECIAL LEGAL PROVISIONS, WHICH APPLY TO THE ANIMALS AND PRODUCTS

SUBJECT TO VETERINARY CHECKS WHEN TRADING IN ACCORDANCE WITH THIS DECREE



1. Decree No 382/2003 Coll., on animal health requirements for trade

the animals and the animal health conditions of their imports from third countries,

in which are transposed, in particular:



Council Directive 64/432/EEC of 26 June 1990. in June 1964, on animal health

issues of trade in bovine animals and swine within the community and Council directive

91/68/EEC of 28 June 1990. January 1991 on animal health conditions for trade with

ovine and caprine animals within the community and Council Directive 90/426/EEC of

26 June 1990 on animal health conditions governing the movement of equidae and

imports from third countries, Council Directive 90/539/EEC of 15 July. October

1990 concerning animal health conditions for trade in poultry and hatching eggs

within the community and imports from third countries, and Council directive

92/65/EEC of 13 September 1993. July 1992 concerning the animal health conditions governing

trade in animals, semen, ova and embryos, and

their importation into the community, if not subject to special

Community veterinary legislation listed in annex a(1) to Directive

90/425/EEC.



2. Decree No. 380/2003 Coll., on animal health requirements for trade

semen, egg cells and embryos and health conditions

their imports from third countries in which they are transposed, in particular:



Council Directive 88/407/EEC of 14 June 1993. June 1988 on animal health

the requirements for trade in semen of bovine animals within the community and on its

imports, Council Directive 90/429/EEC of 26 June 1990. June 1990

lays down the animal health requirements for trade in porcine semen inside

The community and the imports of, Council Directive 89/556/EEC of 25 July. September

1989 concerning veterinary issues trade in embryos of bovine animals in the community and

imports of embryos from third countries, and Council Directive 92/65/EEC of

13 July 1992 laying down animal health rules for trade in animals,

semen, ova and embryos within the community and imports into the

The community, if not the specific animal health rules

The Community referred to in annex a(1) to Directive 90/425/EEC.



3. Decree No. 381/2003 Coll., on animal health requirements for animals

aquaculture and aquaculture products, fishery products and

live bivalve molluscs and on health conditions of their imports from third countries,

as amended by Decree No. 201/2004 Coll., which is transposed, in particular:



Council Directive 91/67/EEC of 28 June 1990. January 1991 concerning the animal

the legislation for the placing of aquaculture animals and products

aquaculture products on the market.



4. Regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council (EC) No 1774/2002 of 3 October 2002.

October 2002 laying down health rules for animal by-products

origin, which are not intended for human consumption, as amended.



5. As regards the pathogens in question, Decree No. 379/2003 Coll. on veterinary

the requirements for trading with animal products, on which the

not covered by specific legislation, and on animal health conditions

their imports from third countries in which the transposed, in particular:



Council Directive 92/118/EEC of 17 December 1992. December 1992 laying down animal health and

health rules for trade in products of animal origin

The community and the introduction into the community, if not

specific Community rules referred to in annex a(i) to Directive

89/662/EEC and, as regards pathogens, to Directive 90/425/EEC.



PART (B)



ANIMALS AND PRODUCTS NOT SUBJECT TO SPECIFIC LEGAL PROVISIONS

REFERRED TO IN PART A, BUT TRAFFICKING IS SUBJECT TO VETERINARY

THE CHECKS REFERRED TO IN THIS ORDER



1. Other live animals not listed in specific legislation

listed in part A.



2. the semen, ova and embryos not listed in specific legal

the regulations listed in part.



1) Council Directive 90/425/EEC of 26 June 1990. 26 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 92/60/EEC of 30 June. June 1992 amending Directive

90/425/EEC concerning veterinary and zootechnical checks applicable in trade with

certain live animals and products within the community with a view to

the completion of the internal market.



Directive of the European Parliament and of the Council 2002/33/EC of 21 June 1999. October 2002,

amending Council Directive 90/425/EEC and 92/118/EEC as regards the

health requirements for animal by-products.



Council Directive 96/93/EC of 17 May 1999. December 1996 on the certification for the

animals and animal products.



2) § 3 (3). 1 (a). (b)) of the Act.



for example, law No 3) 154/2000 Coll., on the breeding, breeding and registration

farm animals and amending certain related laws

(plemenářský Act), as amended, Act No 246/1992

Coll., on the protection of animals against cruelty, as amended.



4) Decree No. 299/2003 Coll., on measures for the prevention and control of

diseases and diseases transmissible from animals to humans.



5) Act No 246/1992 Coll.



6) Decree No 329/2003 Coll., on Public health information system

Administration.



Commission decision 91/398/EEC of 19 December. July 1991 on computer network

linking veterinary authorities (Animo).



7) Decree No. 377/2003 Coll. on veterinary checks of imports and

the transit of animals from third countries.



8) Decree No. 376/2003 Coll. on veterinary checks of imports and

transit of products from third countries.



8A) Council Directive 89/608/EEC of 21 December 1989. November 1989 on mutual

assistance between the administrative authorities of the Member States and their cooperation with the

Commission to ensure the correct application of veterinary and zootechnical

the legislation.



for example, 9) Decree No 382/2003 Coll., on animal health requirements for the

trade in animals and animal health conditions for imports from them

third countries, Decree No. 380/2003 Coll., on animal health requirements for the

trade in semen, the egg cells and embryos and on animal health

the conditions of their imports from third countries.