Animals And Animal Products Veterinary Health Certificate Procedure

Original Language Title: Dzīvnieku un dzīvnieku izcelsmes produktu veterināro (veselības) sertifikātu izsniegšanas kārtība

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 327 in Riga, 13 May 2008 (pr. Nr. 30) in animals and products of animal origin veterinary health certificate procedure Issued in accordance with article 25 of the law on veterinary medicine 7. point 1. determines the order in which issues the animals and products of animal origin veterinary health certificate (hereinafter certificate). 2. to receive the certificate, the individual concerned shall be submitted to the food and veterinary service (hereinafter service) a territorial unit. 3. the certificate of animals and animal products regulated by these regulations (hereinafter referred to as the veterinary regulations) (a) in the cases specified shall be issued and approved by the veterinary services of an authorized officer or an authorized food Inspector: the veterinarian service authorized to issue and approve certificates (hereinafter referred to as the official veterinarian). 4. the official veterinarian is familiar with: 4.1. veterinary legislation;
4.2. the order in which you fill in and issue a certificate;
4.3. information required for a certificate of approval;
4.4. verification and analysis (type and amount) to be taken before the certificate of approval. 5. the official veterinarian shall not approve: 5.1 data of which it is not sure if that can not be verified;
5.2. blank or incomplete certificates, forms;
5.3. certificate if the animals concerned or products of animal origin not verified;
5.4. If the certificate does not make the animals or animal products official controls. 6. where the official veterinarian has other relevant certificates or certificates, this certificate confirms, on the basis of the above documentation. 7. the official veterinarian confirms the certificate if: 7.1. necessary information referred to in these rules 4, 5 and 6, he has provided the official veterinarian or other person who, in accordance with the mandate of the service have the right to issue the documents necessary for the completion and approval of the certificate, the competent institution of the foreign State or official veterinarian;
7.2. the required information that is acquired on the basis of the veterinary legislation on the national surveillance of mini programs. 8. Service uniform certificate of service and copy of the certificate in the storage arrangements ensuring traceability. 9. the official veterinarian is fully aware of his certificate signed each of the significance. 10. The official veterinarian shall have no direct commercial interest in the animals or products of animal origin for which the certificate is issued, or on the sites of origin and companies. 11. the certificate shall be completed in the official language and at least one of the official languages of the country of destination or agreed with the competent authority of the country of destination. 12. Service copies of certificates issued shall be kept for a period of five years. 13. the Department has established a control system to prevent false or misleading, the certificate issuance and use. 14. If there are false or misleading, the certificate service subject to inspection or service in the GUI. 15. If the examination or inspection of the service during that: 15.1. official veterinarian confirming certificate has deliberately specified false information (misled) service in accordance with the internal laws and take all measures to prevent the recurrence of such offences;
15.2. the individual has knowingly provided false information (just misleading) or corrections made to the approved certificate of service in accordance with the internal laws and take all measures to prevent the recurrence of such offences. 16. the Department may refuse to issue a certificate to the following individuals who provided false information (misled) or corrections made to approve it. 17. Be declared unenforceable in the Cabinet of 31 May 2005, Regulation No 379 "provisions on procedures for the issue of animal and animal products veterinary health certificate" (Latvian journal, 2005, 88 no). Informative reference to European Union directive rules included provisions deriving from Council of 17 December 1996 of the Directive 96/93/EC on animal and animal product certification. Prime Minister i. Godmanis Minister of Agriculture m. Roze attachment Cabinet 13 May 2008 a Regulation No 327 animals and products of animal origin and the movement of the regulatory laws no PO box animals or animal products regulations 1. Bovine (cows) and swine Cabinet April 13, 2004 No. 301 "provisions of the veterinary requirements for bovine and porcine movement" 2. Bovine semen 1) Cabinet 27 June 2006 no. 529 "provisions of the veterinary requirements for trade in semen of bulls of European Union Member States and import from third States "; 2) the Cabinet of Ministers of 13 September 2005 rules no 706 "bovine animals, swine, sheep, goat and horse breeders, and many of the embryos bio certification procedure" (further – the Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 706) 3. ova and embryos of the bovine 1) the Cabinet of Ministers of 20 June 2006 no. 491 "provisions of the veterinary requirements of the bovine, porcine, ovine, caprine and equine species, ova and embryos and stallions, buck and teķ for trade in semen of the European Union Member States and import from third countries" (hereinafter referred to as the Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 491); 2) Cabinet regulations No. 706 4. Equidae 1) Cabinet of Ministers of 18 March 2004, Regulation No 145 of the "rules on the veterinary requirements of the circulation and the equine for imports from third countries"; 2) Cabinet regulations no 491; 3) Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 706 Boar semen 5.1) the Cabinet of Ministers of 28 March 2006, the provisions of no. 235 "veterinary requirements of porcine semen to trade"; 2) Cabinet regulations No. 706 6. "day-old chicks and hatching eggs for the Cabinet of Ministers of 13 April 2004 the Regulation No. 302" poultry and hatching egg movement order "7. Aquaculture animals and products Cabinet 18 March 2004, Regulation No 141 of the" health requirements in fish and shellfish, aquaculture aquaculture animals and products and offering market "8. ovine and caprine animals in the Cabinet of Ministers of 30 March 2004, the provisions of the" rules on no 206 veterinary requirements for movement of sheep and goats "9. Other animals and their semen, ova and embryos 1) Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 491; 2) Cabinet regulations No. 706 10. all animal groups 1) Cabinet of Ministers of 4 April 2006, the terms no 266 "welfare House (rooms), animals for trade, transport and playback on public exhibitions, as well as dog training"; 2) Cabinet of Ministers on 21 June 2005 Regulation No. 436 "veterinary requirements for the movement of the animals, which are not mentioned in the other legislation on veterinary controls"; 3. The European Council 2004) 22 December, Regulation (EC) No 1/2005 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 11. Fresh meat, mechanically separated meat, minced meat, meat preparations and meat products of the European Parliament and of the Council of 29 April 2004, Regulation (EC) No 853/2004 laying down specific hygiene rules for food of animal origin (hereinafter referred to as the European Parliament and Council Regulation No 853/2004) 12.
Egg products proposal for a regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council No 853/2004 13. Bivalves for a regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council No 853/2004 14. Fishery products proposal for a regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council No 853/2004 15. Milk and milk products proposal for a regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council No 853/2004 16. Living snails for a regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council No 853/2004 17. Other products of animal origin 1) Cabinet of 30 March 2004, the Regulation No. 207 "regulations on veterinary requirements for trade in products of animal origin"; 2) European Parliament and Council Regulation No 853/2004 Minister of Agriculture m. rose