Veterinary Requirements For The Movement Of Animals Of The Species Of Ungulates Which Are Imported Or In Transit Through Latvia Led From Third Countries

Original Language Title: Veterinārās prasības to nagaiņu sugu dzīvnieku apritei, kurus importē vai ved tranzītā caur Latviju no trešajām valstīm

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 110 in Riga in 2006 (7 February. 23. § 7) veterinary requirements for the movement of animals of the species of ungulates which are imported or in transit through Latvia led from third countries Issued in accordance with article 25 of the law on veterinary medicine (1) of rule 1 determine health requirements in these rules referred to in annex 1 of species of ungulates (ungulates) import and transit through Latvia from countries which are not Member States of the European Union (hereinafter third country).
2. Latvia, may be imported into and transit through the territory of Latvia ungulates from third countries or parts of third countries from which the animals allowed to export to the European Union.
3. in Latvia the ungulates may be imported from a third country or part of a third country which has been free of the rules referred to in annex 2 of the diseases and prohibit on their territory animals vaccinated against them.
4. before the arrival of the ungulates in Latvia the following requirements are met: 4.1 ungulates seen official veterinarian (third-country competent authorities (the body which carries out state veterinary supervision and control, or any authority to which it has delegated to perform these functions) the official veterinarian, who shall investigate the animals and fill out a veterinary health certificate), and he determined to be healthy;
4.2. transport according to ungulates in the laws on animal moved requirements of the dāšan;
4.3. for ungulates before leaving the country of departure issued completed the veterinary health certificate attesting compliance with these conditions of animals. Veterinary health certificate original led, together with the shipment of ungulates;
4.4 recognized Latvian border inspection post for veterinary control made ungulates in accordance with the legislation on veterinary checks procedures in Latvia imported animals from third countries.
5. the animal health certificate shall meet the following requirements: 5.1 it is signed and issued by the official veterinarian, and the information provided confirmed with an official stamp. If the veterinary health certificate consists of several pages, this requirement applies to each of them;
5.2. it developed and completed in accordance with the laws and regulations on animal and food of animal origin products and procedures issued by the veterinary health certificates;
5.3. it is single or multiple sheets, click each page number in the page number and the total veterinary health certificate number.
Informative reference to European Union Directive provisions included in the law arising from the European Council of 26 April 2004-Directive 2004/68/EC laying down animal health rules for certain species of ungulates that live animals import and transit through the community, amending Directives 90/426/EEC and 92/65/EEC and repealing Directive 72/462/EEC.
Prime Minister a. Halloween Minister of Agriculture m. Roze Editorial Note: the entry into force of the provisions by 11 February 2006.
 
1. the annex to Cabinet of 7 February 2006, the Regulation No. 110 species of Ungulates list no PO box
Taxonomic order family genus or species 1.
Hoofed (Artiodactyl) 1.1.

antelopes (Antilocaprida) Antilocapra Americana SSP.
1.2. the draws (Bovida) Addax ssp ssp., Aepycero., Alcelaphusssp., Ammodorc., ammotragus ssp ssp, ssp Antidorc., Antelope, Bison, SSP. ssp ssp. Bo. (including Bibo, Novibo, Poephag), Boselaph, Bubalus SSP. ssp. (including Mergers), ssp, Capra Budorcas SSP., cephalophus SSP., Connochaet's, Damaliscus SSP. ssp. (including Beatrag), SSP. Dorcatrag, Gazella SSP., SSP. Hemitrag, SSP. Hippotrag, Kobus SSP., SSP. Litocrani, Madogu SSP., SSP. Naemorhed. (including morhaed and Capricorn), no otrag SSP. ssp Oreamuo., Oreotrag, SSP., Oryx ssp, ssp, Ovibo of Ourebi SSP., Ovis SSP. ssp Patholop, Pele, ssp, ssp Procapr., a Pseudo SSP. Pseudoryx SSP., Raphicer, SSP., SSP. Redunc, Rupicapra SSP., Saiga SSP., Sigmocero-Alecelaph, Sylvicapr SSP. ssp. Syncer SSP., Taurotrag, SSP., tetracerus SSP., SSP. Tragelaph. (including Boocer) 1.3.

camelid (Camelidae) Camel, Lama SSP. ssp, ssp Vicugna.
1.4. the deer family (Cervida) of SSP., Alc axis-Hyelaph SSP., Blastocerusssp., SSP., Cervus Capreolus-Rucerv SSP. ssp, Dam, Elaphur, Hippocamelusssp, SSP. Hydropot-ssp, ssp, Megamuntiac Mazam SSP., SSP., Odocoileus Muntiac SSP. Ozotocero, ssp, ssp, ssp Pudu Rangifer.
1.5. giraffidae (Giraffida), the Okapi Giraff SSP. ssp.
1.6. hippopotamuses (Hippopotamida)-the Choerops SSP. Hexaprotodon, hippopotamus ssp.
1.7. (Moschida) SSP. Mosch.
1.8. porcine (Suida) SSP. Babyrous, Hylochoer, Phacochoer SSP. SSP., Potamochoer, Sus SSP. ssp.
1.9. pekar (tayassuidae) SSP. Catagon, Excluding Tayass-ssp.
1.10. mouse-deer (Tragulida) Hyemosch SSP. Tragul-Moschiol, ssp.
2. Solipeds (Perissodactyl) 2.1.

Rhino (Rhinocerotoda) Cites of SSP. ssp, Dicerorhin, ssp, Rhinocero Diceros ssp. Perissodactyl 2.2.

tapir-tapirus ssp (Tapirida).
3. Animals (Proboscida), elephant (Elephantida), the Eleph SSP. ssp Loxodonta.
Minister of agriculture m. Roze annex 2 Cabinet of 7 February 2006, the Regulation No. 110 disease list and criteria, to a third country or a part thereof to be recognised as free from the disease-no PO box
The name of the disease criteria for animal species that are subject to the requirement of compliance with criteria 1.
Foot-and-mouth disease in the last 12 months of the outbreak of the disease have been detected, not suspected of causing the virus to klātbūtni1, and the animals have not been vaccinated all species 2.
Vesicular stomatitis in the last 6 months have not found cases all species 3.
Swine vesicular disease for the last 24 months is not found in the cases, and the animals have not been vaccinated for porcine species (Suida) 4.
Fever in the last 12 months have not found cases, the animals have not been vaccinated and all species 5.
Small ruminants plague in the last 12 months have not found cases, and the animals have not been vaccinated ovine and caprine (Capra, Ovis) 6.
Contagious bovine pleura pneumonia in the last 12 months have not found cases, and the animals have not been vaccinated steers, bovine (BOS class) 7.
Dermatitis treatments in the last 36 months found no cases, and the animals have not been vaccinated steers, real cattle, bison, water buffaloes (class boss, Bison, Bubalus) 8.
Rift Valley fever

The last 12 months have not found cases, the animals have not been vaccinated and all species other than suidae 9.
Blue tongue disease over the last 12 months have not found cases, the animals have not been vaccinated, they carried out regular culicoides attack controls the population all species other than suidae 10.
Sheep pox and goat pox in the last 12 months have not found cases, and have not been vaccinated animals of the ovine and caprine species of the genus 11.
African swine fever in the last 12 months have not found cases of porcine species 12.
Classical swine fever in the last 12 months have not found cases, and the animals have not been vaccinated for porcine species of note.
1. According to the International Office of Epizootics, the Guide Chapter 2.1.1.
Minister of agriculture m. rose