Amendment Of The Cabinet Of Ministers Of 18 April 2006, Regulations No 304 "rules For The Production And Control Of Medicinal Products Order About Pharmaceutical Officers Qualification Requirements And Professional Experience And The Order In Which The...

Original Language Title: Grozījums Ministru kabineta 2006.gada 18.aprīļa noteikumos Nr.304 "Noteikumi par zāļu ražošanas un kontroles kārtību, par zāļu ražošanu atbildīgās amatpersonas kvalifikācijas prasībām un profesionālo pieredzi un kārtību, kādā zāļu ražošanas uzņēmumam izsn

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Read the untranslated law here: https://www.vestnesis.lv/ta/id/153480

Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 137 of 2007 in Riga, 20 February (pr. 14. § 20) amendment to the Cabinet of Ministers of 18 April 2006, regulations No 304 "rules for the production and control of medicinal products order about pharmaceutical officers qualification requirements and professional experience and the order in which pharmaceutical company to issue the certificate of good manufacturing practice ' Issued in accordance with article 5 of the law on Pharmacy 3 and 13 and article 52 to make Cabinet of 18 April 2006, regulations No 304" rules for the production and control of medicinal products order for pharmaceutical officers qualification requirements and professional experience and the order in which pharmaceutical company to issue the certificate of good manufacturing practice "(Latvian journal, 2006, 70 no) the amended and supplemented with a third paragraph 41.1 sentence the following wording:" If good manufacturing practice compliance assessment related to the trip, the manufacturer of the medicinal product shall be borne by the national medicines agency official travel (transportation) costs to business and back, spending on hotels (accommodation) , health insurance and subsistence expenses according to the laws of the order in which the recoverable with the missions and the staff of travel-related expenses; ". Prime Minister a. Halloween Health Minister v. Veldr MC