Amendments To The Cabinet Of Ministers Of 18 March 2004, Regulations No 142 "rules On Veterinary Requirements And Procedures For The Control And Monitoring Of Products Of Animal Origin Trade With Member States Of The European Union"
Original Language Title: Grozījumi Ministru kabineta 2004.gada 18.marta noteikumos Nr.142 "Noteikumi par veterinārajām prasībām un kontroles un uzraudzības kārtību dzīvnieku izcelsmes produktu tirdzniecībai ar Eiropas Savienības dalībvalstīm"
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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 299 in Riga in 2006 (April 18. No 22 24) amendments to the Cabinet of Ministers of 18 March 2004, regulations No 142 "rules on veterinary requirements and procedures for the control and monitoring of products of animal origin trade with European Union Member States" Issued in accordance with article 25 of the law on veterinary medicine 1 and 5 make Cabinet 18 March 2004, regulations No 142 "rules on veterinary requirements and procedures for the control and monitoring of products of animal origin trade with Member States of the European Union" (Latvian journal 66., 2004, nr.; 2005, 206. No.) the following amendments: 1. Replace paragraph 5, the word "company" with the word "company". 2. Express 16 and 17 points by the following: "4. In the case of products from another Member State being transported to the enterprise, which is located under the supervision of the official veterinarian, the official veterinarian shall check that the company are imported only the products and accompanying label meets the requirements of these rules or the rules referred to in annex 1 of the legislative requirements. 17. In the case of products from another Member State are transported to the recognized company that is not in the official veterinarian under constant surveillance, the company or the Division before the load distribution ensure that accompanying documents and labelling of products meeting the requirements of this regulation or the provisions referred to in annex 1 of the legislative requirements. If a discrepancy is found, inform the food and veterinary service. " 3. Delete paragraph 18 and 19. 4. Replace paragraph 21.3. numbers and the word "16, 17, 18 and 19." with the figures and word "16 and 17.". 5. Delete paragraph 23.22.2. and in paragraph 39 the numbers "18, 19". 6. Make the informative reference to European Union directives as follows: "Informative reference to European Union directives, the regulations include provisions resulting from: 1) 1989 Council December 11 of Directive 89/662/EEC on the establishment of veterin ro controls in intra-Community trade with a view to establishing the internal market; 2) Council on 15 July 1991, directives 91/496/EEC laying down the principles governing the organisation of veterinary checks on animals entering the community from third countries and amending Directives 89/662/EEC, 90/425/EEC and 90/675/EEC (91/496/EEC); 3) Council of 28 January 1991 Directive 91/67/EEC concerning the animal health conditions governing the placing on the market of aquaculture animals and products; 4) Council 14 July 1992 Directive 92/67/EEC, amending Directive 89/662/EEC concerning veterinary checks in intra-Community trade with a view to the completion of the internal market; 5) 1992 of the Council of 17 December Directive 92/118/EEC laying down animal health and public health requirements governing trade in and imports into the community, are not covered by such requirements for specific Community rules referred to in Annex A to Directive 89/662/EEC, part I, and, as regards pathogens, in specific Community rules referred to in Directive 90/425/EEC; 6) the European Parliament and of the Council of 21 April 2004, Directive 2004/41/EC, repealing certain directives concerning food hygiene and health conditions for certain products of animal origin intended for human consumption for the production and the placing on the market and amending Council Directive 89/662/EEC and 92/118/EEC and Council decision 95/408/EC. ' 7. Annex 1 Worded as follows: "1. the annex to Cabinet of Ministers of 18 March 2004, regulations No 142 laws under which the controlled products of animal origin 1. Cabinet of Ministers of 6 September 2005, the rules Establish a mi no 677" of animals and food of animal origin products and procedures issued by the veterinary health certificates ". 2. the Cabinet of Ministers of 30 March 2004, the Regulation No. 207 "regulations on veterinary requirements for trade in products of animal origin". 3. the Cabinet of Ministers of 18 March 2004, Regulation No 141 of "veterinary requirements for fish and shellfish, aquaculture aquaculture animals and products and offers in the market". 4. The European Parliament and of the Council of 3 October 2002 Regulation No 1774/2002/EEC laying down the health rules concerning animal by-products not intended for human consumption. 5. European Parliament and Council of 29 April 2004, Regulation No 853/2004/EEC laying down specific hygiene rules for food of animal origin. 6. European Parliament and Council of 29 April 2004, Regulation (EC) No 854/2004/EEC laying down specific provisions for the use in foodstuffs of animal origin intended for the organisation of official controls. 7. European Parliament and Council of 29 April 2004, Regulation (EC) No 882/2004/EEC on official controls performed to ensure the verification of compliance with feed and food law, animal health and animal welfare rules. "
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