On The Agreement Between The Czechoslovak Socialist Republic And The Ussr On The Collaboration. In The Field Of Plant Quarantine

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67/1984 Coll.

The Decree

Minister of Foreign Affairs

of 10 June 1999. February 1984

on the agreement between the Government of the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic and the Government

Union of Soviet Socialist Republics on cooperation in the field of

quarantine and protection of plants

On 5 July 2004. October 1983 in Moscow was the agreement signed between the Government of

The Czechoslovak Socialist Republic and the Government of the Union of Soviet

Socialist Republics concerning cooperation in the field of quarantine and protection

plants. Agreement entered into force, pursuant to article XII of the day

October 5, 1983.

The Czech version of the agreement shall be published at the same time.


Ing. Now in r.

The agreement

between the Government of the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic and the Government of the Union of

of Soviet Socialist Republics concerning cooperation in the field of quarantine and

protection of plants

The Government of the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic and the Government of the Union of Soviet

Socialist Republics

being guided by the desire to further deepen cooperation in the field of

quarantine and protection of plants,

in order to improve the protection of the territories of their States against the introduction of harmful

factors and limit the losses that arise from their effects,

as well as to facilitate the trade and exchange seeds, propagating material and goods

of vegetable origin,

have agreed as follows:

Article. (I)

For the purposes of this agreement the harmful agents means pests and disease

plants and weeds, referred to in the annexes to this agreement.

The competent authorities of the Contracting Parties may, in the future, its annex change

or supplement.

Changes or additions will be communicated to the competent authorities of the other Contracting

Parties and shall enter into force 60 days after this notification.

Article II

The competent authorities of the Contracting Parties shall each year, by 1.

April, the exchange of information on the occurrence and spread of harmful

officials in the past year, as well as on the measures implemented to prevent

their expansion and their suppression.

Article. (III)

The Contracting Parties shall ensure that their competent authorities and organizations

comply with the export and transit of goods, seeds, propagating material and plant origin

(hereinafter referred to as "goods subject to a plant health inspection") from the territory of the State

one Contracting Party on or through the territory of the other Contracting Party

legislation on plant protection quarantine, and the State of the other Contracting

the parties.

Article IV

The Contracting Parties agree that, in the export of goods subject to

phytosanitary inspection on the territory of the other Contracting Party shall be

as the packaging used, consignments, shavings, sawdust, paper, plastic and other

materials that cannot be migrated, and rogue agents that must be

free from soil, hay, straw, husks, leaves and other plant materials

will not be used.

The means of transport used in the transport of goods under

phytosanitary inspection on the territory of the other Contracting Party, it shall

be carefully cleansed and disinfected as appropriate.

Article. In

Each consignment of goods subject to a plant health inspection, balanced

from the territory of the State of one Contracting Party in the territory of the State or through other

the Contracting Parties, shall be by a phytosanitary certificate issued by the

the plants protection authority and certifying that the item is simply harmful

the factors regarded as harmful in the State of the importer.

The competent authorities of the Contracting Parties shall have the right to continue to provide for the purchase of

individual consignments additional phytosanitary conditions.

Article VI

The issue of a phytosanitary certificate shall not prejudice the rights of the parties

carry out phytosanitary inspection of consignments of goods subject to

phytosanitary inspection under the provisions of the quarantine and protection of plants

their States.

Phytosanitary inspection of plant protection in border areas must

be carried out immediately after arrival of the goods subject to

phytosanitary inspection.

The competent organizations of the Contracting Parties have the right to return the goods, exporters

subject to a plant health inspection in the event that, in the

plant health inspection in the country of the importer in the frontier site will be

detecting rogue agents and will not be in accordance with the provisions of the

quarantine and protection of plants, their State disinfected.

Article. (VII)

The competent authorities of the Contracting Parties will, if necessary,

According to their respective capabilities, to provide professional, technical and other assistance in the

quarantine and protection of plants under the mutual arrangement.

Article. (VIII)

The competent authorities of the Contracting Parties will be

and exchange law and other) legislation relating to quarantine and

protection of plants, and at the latest within two months from their date of issue,

(b) to report on each other) journals, monographs, and

important publications of the section of the quarantine and plant protection, issued in

their country.

Article. (IX)

When you export, import and transit of goods subject to plant health

examination of the territory of the State of one Contracting Party on or through the territory of the State

the other Contracting Parties may be carried out after the mutual consent of the

common phytosanitary inspection of goods and means of

means of protection of plants in the border points of one of the Contracting

the parties, as well as in the Interior.

When the implementation of common phytosanitary inspection workers of organs

plant protection will be governed by the laws and practices in force in the

their State.

The receiving party shall ensure that the staff room, optical device,

laboratory supplies and other equipment necessary for the work to be performed and

ensure compliance with work safety.

The procedure and the other conditions of the phytosanitary inspections shall define the appropriate

authorities in a separate arrangement for each individual case.

Article. X

To address practical issues related to the implementation of this agreement, will be

the competent authorities of the Contracting Parties, where necessary, review of the common

the deliberations.

The meeting will be held alternately in the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic

and in the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. The date and venue of the

the meeting will be fixed by mutual agreement.

The cost of the fare and subsistence of their representatives shall be borne by the sending party.

Article. XI

The competent authorities of the Contracting Parties, which will coordinate the implementation of this

Agreement, are

-from the Czechoslovak party Federal Ministry of agriculture and food,


-Soviet Ministry of Agriculture of the USSR.

The competent authorities of the Contracting Parties in the implementation of this agreement will be in direct

and may it enter into implementing arrangements.

Article. XII

This agreement shall enter into force on the date of signature.

This agreement is concluded for a period of five years. Its validity will be

Restore always on the next five-year periods unless one of the Contracting

the party denounced the latest one year before the expiry of the relevant period

its validity.

Done in Moscow on 5 December. October 1983, in two originals, each in the language

the Czech and Russian languages, both texts being equally authentic.

For the Government of the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic:

Ing. Miroslav Toman, CSc., in r.

the Minister of agriculture and food of CZECHOSLOVAKIA

For the Government of Union of Soviet Socialist Republics:

Valentin Karpovič Mesjac in r.

the Minister of Agriculture of the USSR

Annex 1

A list of the

quarantine officials the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic

Group And

Rickettsiae, Mycoplasma, Viruses

Golden, yellowing of the vine vinné1 Grapevine flavescence dorée) (Mycoplasma)

Maloplodnost jabloně1) Apple chat fruit (Mycoplasma)

Pierceova disease of the vine vinné1) Grapevine pierce's disease (Rickettsia)

Pea early Browning virus (a seed) Pea early browning virus

Virus maliníku1 ring rot) Raspberry ringspot virus

Virus diagnosis of tomatoes (seed) Tomato ring spot virus

Black ring virus tomato (tomato seed and seedling Tomato black ring virus

Red Raspberry)

Virus maloplodnosti třešně1) Cherry little cherry virus

The virus "moptop" potato Potato mop topvirus

Mosaic virus broskvoně1) (American) Peach mosaic virus (american)

The banner of the mosaic virus švestky1) (American) Plum line pattern virus (american)

Zlatožilkové mosaic virus broskvoně1) Peach golden net

Virus proužkovitosti barley (seed) Barley stripe mosaic virus

Necrotic virus rust třešně1) Cherry necrotic rusty mottle virus

Třešně1 leaf roll virus) Cherry leaf roll virus

Virus vrásčitosti strain slivoně1) shallow Prunus stem pitting virus

Vřetenovitost potatoes (tubers) Potato spindletuber "virus"

Virus (plants) dwarfism Chrysanthemum Chrysanthemum stunt virus

The virus of yellow potatoes (tubers) dwarfism Potato yellow dwarf virus

Hepatitis a virus broskvoně1) Peach yellows virus

Yellowing of the veins of the potato virus (tubers) Potato vein yellowing virus

Infectious wilt růže1) Rose wilt disease


Bakterijní the cause of potatoes (tubers) Corynebacterium sepedonicum Spieck. et Kotth

Pseudomonas mors Bakterijní stone-cancer-prunorum Starr Wormald

Bakterióza Xanthomonas pelargonii Geraniums (Brown)-Starr et Burkholder,

Bakterijní cancer Aplanobacterium pupuli poplar Ridé Erwinia cancerogena Ur.
Bakterijní staining of tomatoes (seeds) of Xanthomonas vesicatoria (Boidge) Dowson

Bakterijní scarlet fever jádrovin Erwinia amylovora (Bur) Win. et al.

Bakterijní wilting corn (seed) Bacterium stewarti E. F. Smith

Bakterijní wilt of tomatoes (seeds and plants), Corynebacterium michiganense (E. F. Smith) Jensen


Askochytóza Chrysanthemum Ascochyta chrasanthemi Stev.

White Rust Puccinia chryzantémová horriana Henn.

Browning and the brittleness of the straw, flax liniLaff Polyspora.

Dieback of oak Endoconidiophora fagacearum Br.

Scleroderris lagerbergii Gremmen dieback of pine

Cancer potatoes Synchytrium endobioticum (Schilb.) The PERC.

Endothia parasitica edible chestnut cancer (Murr.) And et.

Cancer poplar Hypoxylon mammatum (pulp) (Wahl) Mill.

Staining poplar Marssonina brunnea Lev leaves.

The blight of wheat dwarf (seed) Tilletia nanifica (Wagner) Sav.

Scarlet fever corn (seed) Helminthosporium maydis Nis. et Miy

The Swiss sypavka of coast Douglas Phaeocrypropusgaumanni (Rhode) Petrak

Scirrhia pini Funk heavy pine et Parker

Wilt Verticillium alboatrum Chrysanthemum Vertciliové r. et (B).

Phytopthora grafariae Hickmann

Pwn *)

Potato cyst jahodníkové (seedling) Aphelenchoidesfragariae Ritz.

Potato cyst on the sazenicích Strawberry Aphelenchoidesbesseyi Christie

Potato cyst on seed potato Ditylenchus destructor Th.

Potato cyst nematodes Heterodera rostochiensis Woll.

Heterodera pallida Stone

Root nematode (ornamental plants) of Meloidogyne spp.


Woodworm Lasioderma sericorne tobacco (F).

Korovník combine Rhizopertha dominica (F).

Listokaz Japanese Popilia japonica Newm.

Phthorimaea operculella Zell Makadlovka potato.

Leaf-rollers Cacoeciomorphapronubana (Hbn.)

Leaf East Laspeyeresia molesta Busk.

Woody Leucaspis japonica Japanese Cockll *)

Woody (vegetative plant parts) Quadraspidiotus perniciosus Comst.)

Rušníci Trogoderma spp.

Rhagoletis pomonella jabloňová propeller Walsch.

Meal-beetles Acanthoscelides spp.

Calosobruchus spp.

Bejlomorka chryzantémová Diarthronomyiachrysanthemi Ahlb.

Weeds (seed)

Ambrosia Ambrosia artemisifolia pelyňkolistá L.

Ambrosia-Ambrosia trifida with 2 notches at L.

Setaria Fáberův Setaria faberiHerr.

Cenchrus tribuloides l. Cenchrus

Sorghum Sorgum halebský halepense (l.) Pers..

Sisymbrium Volga Sisymbrium volgense MB.

Chrpovec rambling Actroptilon repens (l.) DC.

Dodder Cuscuta spp.

Laskavce (except bent) Amaranthus spp. (except a. retroflexus)

Locikovník steak Lagedium tataricum C. M. A.

Abutilon Abutilon theophrastii Med Teofrastův.

Pouvy Iva axillaris Pursh.

IVA xanthifolia Nutt.

Alopecurus myosuroides Huds Pimpernel Alopecurus.

Zárazy Orobanche spp.

Group B

Rickettsiae, Mycoplasma, Viruses

Proliterace jabloně1) Apple proliferation (Mycoplasma)

Hrušně1 necrosis) Pear decline (Mycoplasma)

Twist the Black Currant rybízu1) reversion disease (Mycoplasma)

Vine necrosis vinné1) Grapevine necrosis (Rickettsia)

Virus edging hair removal vine vinné1) Grapevine veinbanding virus

Zelenoskvrnité cucumber mosaic virus (a seed) Cucumber mosaic virus greenmottle

Viral mosaic of poplar on the pulp Poplarmosaic virus

Grapevine Leafroll virus Grapevine leafroll virus vinné1)

Virus šarky švestky1 Plum pox virus)

Virus roncetu vine vinné1) Grapevine fan leaf virus-

Virus vrásčitosti wood of the vine vinné1) Grapevine rugose wood virus

Virus maliníku1 dwarfism) Raspberry bushy stunt virus

Virus kadeřavosti leaves of Red Raspberry Raspberry leafcurl virus (american)

Zelenokvětost Strawberry (seedlings) Strawberry green petal

Virus edging hair removal of Strawberry (seedlings) Strawberry veinbanding virus


Bakterijní scarlet fever soji (seed) of Pseudomonas glyciane Coerper

Yellow hyacinths Xanthomonas hyacinthi rot (Wakker, Dow.)


Ouškatost azaleas Exobasidium japonicum Shir.

Septorióza flax (seed) Mycosphaerellalinorum (Wr.)

Pwn *)

Pwn on the roots of seedlings of Strawberry Longidorus elongatus (De Man)

Xyphinema diversicaudatum (Mikol.)

Xyphinema americanum Cobb.

Negin malignant (seeds, seedlings), Ditylenchus dipsaci Khn

Pwn on vine Xyphinema sazenicích index Thorne et Allen

Dust mites

Roztočík jahodníkový (saplings, seed material) Steneotarsonemus pallidus (Banks)

Mite Acarus spp., Tyroglyphus spp.,

Tyrophagus spp.,

Glyciphagus spp.


Dermestidae Dermestidae

Financial Cryptolectes spp.

Oryzaephilus spp.

Lesknáčci Carpophilus spp.

Monomorium pharaonis Pharaoh Ant L.

Mšička révokaz vitifolii Fitsch Viteus

Potemníci Tribolium spp.

Přástevníček the American (forest and fruit trees), Hyphantria Cuneo Drury

Woody (the fruits of) Quadraspidiotus perniciosus Comst.

Ceratitis capitata propeller fruity Wiedmann

Moth Plodia interpunctella Hbn pepper.

Corn Ephestia spp.


1) for pests identified in text 1) occurrence of posuzsuje on školkařském material (seasonal, seedlings, cuttings, scions, buds).

and both live pests) in all developmental stages. For pests that are marked *) are assessed in the living and the dead pests

in all developmental stages.

(b)) when a group of pests and the Inspector consent to customs.

(c)) the determination of pest control group B indicating the Inspector on the Bill of lading terms and conditions, which may be the goods and

objects placed in the distribution in the Czech Republic without further checks, asanací, purification or separate storage and

priority processing.

Annex 2

A list of the

quarantine officials Union of Soviet Socialist Republics


1.-Hyphantria Cuneo Drury

2. Ceratitis capitata-Wied.

3.-Caulophilus latinasus Say.

4.-Quadraspidiotus perniciosus Comst.

5.-the Leptinotarsadecemlineata Say.

6.-Viteus vitifolii Fitch.

7. Trogoderma granarium-Ev.

8.-Callosobruchus maculatus Farb.

9.-Grapholitha molesta Busck.

Carposina sasakii 10.-Mats.

11.-Agrilus maliMats.

12.-Phthorimaea operculella Zell.


13.-Didymella chrysanthemi (Tassi) Gar. et Gull.

14. linorum-Mycosphaerella Woll.

15.-Synchytrium endobioticum (Schilb) Perc.

16.-Globodera rostochiensis (Woll). M. et St.

17.-Globodera pallida (Stone)

18.-Erwinia amylovora (Burrill) Com and A. B.

19.-Cochliobolusheterostrophus (Drechsl.) Dreschl.

(Helminthosporium maydis Nisikado et Miyake) paca T

C. oarbonum Nels. (H. carbonum Ullst)

20.-Pseudomonas caryophylli Starr and Burkholder,

21. Puccinia horiana-Henn.


22.-Solanum rostratum Dun.

23.-Solanum triflorum (L).

24.-Cuscuta SP. sp.

25. Ambrosia artemisiifolia l.-

26. Cenchrus tribuloides-L.
27.-Ambrosia trifida l.

28. Acroptilon repens-D. C.

29.-Helianthus sp. sp.

30. Solanum carolinense l.-