The Order In Which Controls The Feed Loads To The State Border, Free Zones, Free Warehouses And Customs Warehouses

Original Language Title: Kārtība, kādā kontrolē dzīvnieku barības kravas uz valsts robežas, brīvajās zonās, brīvajās noliktavās un muitas noliktavās

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 382, Riga, 31 May 2005 (pr. No 32 38) the order in which controls the feed loads to the State border, free zones, free warehouses and customs warehouses are Issued in accordance with the law of animal feed chain article 27 1. determines the order in which food and sanitary border inspection of veterinary services (hereinafter referred to as the sanitary border inspection) controls the feed loads to the State border, free zones, free warehouses and customs warehouses. 2. to verify that the feed lot nature, origin and the recipient country, sanitary border inspection to the State border, the free zone, free warehouse or customs warehouse check documents all feed shipments, imported to the customs territory of the Republic of Latvia from countries other than Member States of the European Union or the European economic area (hereinafter third countries). 3. in order to verify the conformity of the documents accompanying the goods, sanitary border inspection in random samples of the feed and sent to the laboratory for examination. 4. If the feed, which Latvia has imported from third countries, checks have been carried out in accordance with the provisions of paragraphs 2 and 3, and it is intended for sale to the other Member State of the European Union or the European economic area country, sanitary bearing designs document, certifying that the imported from a third country for animal feed in Latvia is carried out the appropriate checks (hereinafter document) (annex). The document shall be made out on a single page. 5. section A of Document: 5.1, paragraph 1 of the document – the sender or exporter's address, name and forename of person or trader's name;
5.2. the document 2 – sanitary border inspection document assigned sequence number;
5.3. paragraph 3 of the document – the consignee's address and the name and forename of person or trader's name;
5.4. in paragraph 4 of the document, the customs declaration number;
5.5. paragraph 5 of the document, an indication of the document accompanying the batch of animal feed; 5.1. the mark shall be made in subparagraph (x) for sampling and laboratory examinations in accordance with the Cabinet of Ministers of 25 March 2004, the provisions of no. 166 "animal feed labelling procedures";
5.6. paragraph 6 of the document, the person responsible for the load name (name) and address. If the person responsible for the load, and the exporter or consignor are the same person, enter ' consignor ' or ' exporter ';
5.7. paragraph 7 of the document – the merchant name, address or country of origin. If the merchant is recognized or registered in accordance with the legislation on animal feed business recognition and registration of persons, in recognition of the record 7.1 or registration number;
5.8. in paragraph 8 of the document made by the mark (x): 5.8.1. document 8.1. section on feed additives or premixtures;
5.8.2. in paragraph 8.2., the feed materials;
5.8.3. the document on the point 8.3. compound feedingstuffs;
5.8.4. the document on the paragraph 8.4. the Cabinet of Ministers of 6 April 2004, Regulation No 245 of "rules for Latvia authorised feed additives, proteins derived from bacteria, yeast (except for the yeast, which cultivated on vegetable or animal origin substrate), algae and mushrooms, the lowest amino acid fermentation by-products, amino acids, salts and amino acids amino acid analogues and their life agenda" 2. products referred to in the annex;
5.8.5. document in point 8.5.-on dietary food;
5.8.6. document in paragraph 8.6., the other products (their names);
5.9. paragraph 9 of the document, the combined nomenclature (CN) code;
5.10. paragraph 10 of the document-the number of packages or, in the case of item – "bulk";
5.11. paragraph 11 of the document – the gross mass in kilograms;
5.12. paragraph 12 of the document-the net mass in kilograms. 6. section B of the document: 6.1. paragraph 13 of the document, in accordance with paragraph 2 of this rule checks: 6.1.1. document 13.1. in subparagraph shall mark (x) on the document;
6.1.2. in paragraph 13.2 of the document made by the mark (x) on the identity check;
6.2. paragraph 14 of the document, in accordance with paragraph 3 of this rule checks: 6.2.1. document 14.1. in subparagraph shall mark (x) on a physical check;
6.2.2. the document shall be made in paragraph 14.2. mark (x) on the results of laboratory examinations and received results. Document add approved copy of laboratory examination results (test report), which stated that the study has been conducted and the techniques used (include a reference to the appropriate European Union directives, which set out the official control of feedingstuffs methods used);
6.2.3. the document shall be made in paragraph 14.3. mark (x) on the requested laboratory studies, the results of which have not yet been received. In this case, the document added, indicating what the laboratory studies are required and the methods to be used (include a reference to the appropriate European Union directives, which set out the official control of feedingstuffs the method used). 7. Section C of the document: 7.1. paragraph 15 of the document – the respective sanitary border inspection points of entry name and the imprint of the stamp in a colour different from that of the document text colors;
7.2. paragraph 16 of the document – sanitary border inspection officials authorised by the first name and last name in capital letters and signature; place and date. 8. Section D of the document inspection of sanitary border filling. 9. A document containing corrections and deletions, only valid if it is done and confirmed with the signature of the Inspector of sanitary border inspection. 10. Sanitary border inspection of documents, the person responsible for the load shall be issued in place of importation if: 10.1. If the animal feed products are imported directly from a third country and are intended to be put into free circulation in another Member State of the European Union or the European economic area country, and 2 and 3 of these regulations. the checks referred to in paragraph 1 performed in Latvia;

10.2. If the animal feed products, which is not a Member State of the European Union or the European economic area country origin, leaving a free zone, a free warehouse or a customs warehouse in Latvia for the release for free circulation in another Member State of the European Union or the European economic area country. 11. If the feed lot split into several parts, each part of the issue of a separate document. 12. the document and a copy of the laboratory examination results (if one is attached) is with food goods until the goods are released for free circulation on the market of the European Union or the European economic area market. 13. Sanitary border inspection of animal feed is placed on the carriage of goods in free circulation in the European Union market, if it is checked in accordance with the provisions of paragraphs 2 and 3, and is filled in these rules referred to in paragraph 4 of the document. 14. Sanitary border inspection document and a copy of the laboratory examination results (if one is attached) stored in 18 months. Informative reference to European Union Directive provisions included in the law arising from the Commission of 10 September 1998 Directive 98/68/EC laying down the standard document referred to in Council Directive 95/53/EC, article 9 (1), and certain provisions relating to the tests carried out on imports into the community of feedingstuffs from third countries. Prime Minister a. Halloween Minister of Agriculture m. Roze attachment Cabinet of 31 May 2005, regulations no 382 of document certifying the imports from third countries of animal feed checks carried out in Latvia, the Minister of Agriculture m. rose