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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 990 in Riga 2005 20 December (pr. No 76 71) amendments to the Cabinet of Ministers of 18 March 2004, regulations No 147 "veterinary control arrangements for imports into Latvia of products of animal origin from third countries" Issued in accordance with article 53 of the law on veterinary medicine, first paragraph, point 3 and 4 do 1. Cabinet of Ministers of 18 March 2004, regulations No 147 "veterinary control arrangements for imports into Latvia of products of animal origin from third countries" (Latvian journal, 2004, 69 no) the following amendments : replace text 1.1, the word "ANIME" by the word "traces";
1.2. make and 2.3 2.4. subparagraph by the following: "2.3. products-products of animal origin, and of the Commission of 22 January 2004, Regulation (EC) No 136/2004 laying down procedures for veterinary checks at Community border inspection posts on products imported from third countries, these plant products;
2.4. inspection of documents: veterinary health certificate, or other veterinary documents accompanying the test; "
1.3. to supplement paragraph 2.5., after the word "it" with the words "content and labelling";
1.4. Express 2.6. subparagraph by the following: ' 2.6. physical inspection, product testing, which includes vehicles, packaging and temperature and also sampling for analysis and laboratory investigation; "
1.5. make 2.9. subparagraph by the following: "2.9. a border inspection post, in accordance with these terms, Cates responded equipped inspection posts, which make their products, the veterinary controls which is imported into the territory of the European Union from third countries;";
1.6. to express 2.11. subparagraph by the following: "2.11. imports — goods delivery to release products for free circulation in the euro Union under Council regulation 2913/92/EEC Article 79;";
1.7. Express 2.13. subparagraph by the following: "2. the import requirements — veterinary requirements for products that have been released for free circulation;"
1.8. to supplement the rules with the bottom paragraph 2.16. as follows: "2.16. Member State of the European Union, the competent authority — the institution carrying out the veterinary border inspection post in the Member State of the European Union.";
1.9. to make paragraph 4 by the following: "4. The provisions of paragraph 3 shall not apply to fresh meat, meat products, milk and milk products in accordance with the European Council on 16 April 2004, Regulation (EC) no 745/2004 laying down measures with regard to the consumption of animal products imports.";
1.10. to make paragraph 8 by the following: "9. In Latvia the person responsible for the carriage of goods, at least 24 hours in advance of the official veterinary supplies the information the doctor who is responsible for the border inspection post for veterinary control, through which the goods intended to be imported to fill the common veterinary entry document and written or electronically transmitted information on the carriage of goods in accordance with Commission Regulation No 136/2004/EC, including products and product control referred to the provision in paragraph 36 and 37. ";
1.11. to supplement paragraph 14.1., after the word "certificate" with the words "veterinary documents";
1.12. the express section 14.2 as follows: "14.2. or veterinary health certificate health documents and other documents accompanying the consignment specified information about products for a period to be put into free circulation, comply with the laws and regulations on animal and the animal origin food ship movement and procedures issued by the veterinary health certificates.";
1.13. Express 15.1. subparagraph by the following: "15.1. each cargo identity check to verify the content and labelling of products conformity with the information provided in the veterinary goods (health) certificate in veterinary documents and other documents accompanying the goods. Except the checks, carried out large amounts of goods in accordance with the legislation on veterinary requirements for trade in products of animal origin, as well as the European Parliament and of the Council of 3 October 2002, Regulation (EC) No 1774/2002 laying down health rules concerning animal by-products not intended for human consumption (hereinafter referred to as a regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council 1774/2002/EC). Identity checks: 15.1.1. check that containers are imported products of animal origin, and make sure that it is not the official veterinarian or the competent authority imposed on cargo security, or information specified in the attached veterinary health certificate in veterinary documents and other information provided on the accompanying documents;
15.1.2. in other cases: all product types 188.8.131.52. check the seal, special labelling, health and identification marking and their conformity with the veterinary health certificate or veterinary documents or other documents accompanying the specified;
184.108.40.206. packed or packaged products, check the health of mar ķējum according to the labelling of animal products; ";
220.127.116.11.1 shall be expressed by the following: "15.2.1 to verify that products comply with the statutory requirements and are to be used according to the attached veterinary health certificates or other veterinary documents, or for the purpose stated on the accompanying documents;"
1.15. Express 18.2. subparagraph by the following: "If the products 18.2. release for free circulation, to the first company that is involved in any of the food chain".
1.16. Express points 22 and 23 by the following: "22. any shipment that is imported from a third country and intended for import into the territory of Latvia, according to the provisions under point 15 above requirements take the identity check and the physical check pursuant to European Parliament and Council of 29 April 2004, Regulation (EC) No 882/2004 on official controls performed to ensure the verification of compliance with feed and food law, animal health and animal welfare rules (hereinafter referred to as the European Parliament and of the Council Regulation 882/2004/EC) and the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 854/2004 laying down specific for products of animal origin intended for human consumption for the organisation of official controls, the above requirements.
23. the Customs authorities shall authorize the shipment if, without prejudice to the customs rules shall be submitted to the common veterinary entry document with markup, that permitted to import goods for free circulation, and proof that the fee for veterinary control is covered or will be covered. "
1.17. the supplement 28 after the word "other" with the words "cou childhood";
1.18. complement 29.1. subparagraph after the word "other" with the words "European Union";
1.19 replace paragraph 30, the words "imported" by the word "imported";
1.20. replace the first sentence of paragraph 31, the word "imported" by the word "import";
21. replace the third sentence of paragraph 31, the word "led" by the word "import";
1.22. replacing paragraph 32, the word "imported" by the word "import";
1.23. adding to 32, after the word "other" with the word "bass" in the European Union;
1.24. supplement 36 behind the words "or others" with the words "European Union";
1.25. Express 45 as follows: "45. All expenditure incurred by following the requirements in this section shall be borne by the person responsible for the load or his representative. ';
18.104.22.168.46.2. expressing and following of the subparagraph: "that the products concerned 46.1 is intended for import into the European Union. Unless explicitly stated, believes that the use of the products to be imported in the territory of the European Union;
46.2. the products comply with import requirements. ";
1.27. to replace the words "in paragraph 48 for free circulation" with the words "free circulation";
1.28. to replace the words "in paragraph 52 of the Latvian law" with the words "legislation on veterinary controls";
1.29. delete paragraph 56;
1.30. adding to 58 after the word "other" with the words "European Union";
1.3.1. Express 60.1. subparagraph by the following: "they follow that rule 60.1. the 46 and 47 points, 49.1., 49.2.2., 49.2.3. and 49.2.4. the bottom point, 51, 52 and 53 of such requirements;";
1.32. replace 61.1. in subparagraph the word "entrepreneurs" with the word "operators";
1.33. supplement 64, after the word "other" with the words "European Union";
1.34. supplement 65.3. subparagraph after the word "other" with the words "European Union";
1.35. the deletion of paragraph 68 of the word "appropriate";
1.36. delete paragraph 69;
1.37. supplement 71.1.2. the second sentence of the subparagraph with the following: "Exceeded the deadline can be revised, if the reason for the absence is justified."
1.38. the supplement 74 behind the numbers "1774/2002/EC" with the words and figures "or European Parliament and Council Regulation No 882/2004/EC article 20";
1.39. supplement 77. point after the words "Exchange" with the words "European Union";
1.40. adding to 82 after the word "other" with the words "European Union";
1.41. Replace subparagraph 1.1 of annex 1, the word "population" with the word "society";
1.42. Express of annex 1, paragraph 5 and 6 by the following: "5. the sanitary premises and equipment, ensuring aseptic conditions, sampling and preparation of gu regular inspection.
6. the competent authorities of the laboratory where you can perform specific tests at this border inspection post delivered samples. "
2. the rules shall enter into force on January 1, 2006. Prime Minister a. farming Minister kalvītis, regional development and local Government Minister m. kučinskis
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