Amendments To The Cabinet Of Ministers Of 30 March 2004, The Regulation No 218 "plant Quarantine Rules"

Original Language Title: Grozījumi Ministru kabineta 2004.gada 30.marta noteikumos Nr.218 "Augu karantīnas noteikumi"

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 154 in Riga on 22 February 2005 (pr. No 10) 32 amendments to the Cabinet of Ministers of 30 March 2004, the Regulation No 218 "plant quarantine regulations" Issued under the plant protection act article 5, paragraph 1, to make the Cabinet of 30 March 2004, the Regulation No 218 "plant quarantine rules" (Latvian journal, 2004, 65, 108 no) the following amendments: 1. provisions supplementing with 2.6., 2.7., 2.8., 2.9, 2.10, 2.11, 2.12, 2.13 and 2.14. subparagraph by the following : ' 2.6. point of entry — the border inspection post through which the European Union customs territory initially imported plants, plant products and contact firms items; 2.7. the official body of point of entry, the responsible official body of the Member State carrying out phytosanitary control point of entry; 2.8. the official body of destination, the responsible official body of the Member State carrying out phytosanitary control in this area and in which the Customs Office of destination; 2.9. the original Customs-Customs Office at the point of introduction; 2.10. the Customs Office of destination, customs office where the goods placed under the Community transit procedure must be presented in order to end the procedure; 2.11.-homogeneous lots on plants, plant products and contact with them came a set of units of which has the same composition and origin, and forming part of the load; 2.12. cargo — a set of goods covered by a single document in the customs or other formalities (such as phytosanitary certificate or other document) or markings. One shipment may consist of one or more lots; 2.13. customs-approved treatment or use: 2.13.1. Customs procedure; 2.13.2. the importation of goods in a free zone or free warehouse; 2.13.3. re-exportation from the customs territory of the community; 2.13.4. destruction of goods; 2.13.5. upon surrender of the goods to the State; 2.14. transit: customs procedure allowing to move under customs supervision under the goods from one point to another point in the customs territory of the community. " 2. Express 3 and paragraph 4 by the following: "3. For plant-health control under the plant breeders, as well as the said plants, plant products and contact with them in the articles (annex 1) processor, Storer, traders, importer and exporter (hereinafter referred to as persons subject to registration) register for plant-health control is subject to the plants and plant products circulating in the registry of parties (hereinafter register). The registry is maintained by the national plant protection service (hereinafter service). 4. Registration of persons who are not subject to the provisions of annex 1 of the said plants, plant products and contact objects processing firms, used, imported or stored for personal use, as well as the market for plants and plant products which are not destined for future agricultural production. " 3. Express 6.2.1. subparagraph by the following: "6.2.1. information on the activities in which the person intends to carry on or by this provision in annex 1 plants or plant products (including plants) (for example, production, marketing, production, import or export);". 4. Replace paragraph 9 in the number and the word "annex 1" with a number and the words "annex 2". 5. Make the following point 14.1: "14.1. it is prohibited to import these rules referred to in annex 1. plants, plant products and contact firms subjects;". 6. Express 16 and 17 points by the following: "4. Interrupting the action with these rules referred to in annex 1. plants and plant products, the registered person shall submit to the Department an application for suspension of the operation and the certificate of registration. 17. the service shall decide on the exclusion of persons registered in the register and the withdrawal of the certificate of registration: 17.1. by person receiving the written application for suspension of operation of that provision referred to in annex 1. plants and plant products; 17.2. If the service's Inspector finds that a registered person is deleted from the commercial register or stopped functioning with these rules referred to in annex 1. plants and plant products; 17.3. If the service's Inspector finds that a registered party does not comply with the scope of regulatory plant protection regulations (hereinafter referred to as the regulations) requirements. " 7. Chapter III be expressed as follows: "III. Plants, plant products and contact with them came the importation of items 18. Latvia banned imported from third countries (countries that are not Member States of the European Union): 18.1. legislation in certain plant quarantine organisms; 18.2. the laws in certain plants, plant products and contact firms items; 18.3. the rules referred to in annex 1 of the plants, plant products and contact with them objects that firms imports do not need to comply with the regulations set out specific requirements if those plants, products and articles for the following special requirements do not meet; 18.4. harmful organisms which do not exist in Latvia, but which, according to staff of the harmful organism risk analysis can be harmful to plants or plant products in Latvia. 19. The rules referred to in annex 1 of the plants, plant products and contact with them in the firms authorised to import through border inspection posts set out in the regulations on the placement of the border inspection post to the State border of the Republic of Latvia. 20. The rules referred to in annex 1 of the plants, plant products and contact objects after their arrival at the plant health inspections in the Community customs code, article 4, paragraph 16, "a", "d", "e", "f" and "g" in certain customs procedures, release for free circulation, inward processing, processing under customs control, temporary importation and outward processing. 21. the Imported plants, plant products and plant health items in contact controls include the following: 21.1. inspection of documents; 21.2. identity check; 21.3. plant health inspection; 21.4. sampling inspection or laboratory investigation. 22. This rule 21.1. the verification referred to in point of entry. 23. This rule 21.2 21.3 21.4., and referred to the test can be performed: 23.1. point of entry; 23.2. If the service permission — a location that is not the point of importation, customs warehouse, free zone, the customs service's premises or at the place of receipt of the goods (hereinafter referred to as the approved place of inspection). 24. the phytosanitary control location point of entry, customs warehouse or free zone customs complies with the rules referred to in annex 3 requirements, phytosanitary control service premises or at the place of the cargo — this rule 2.2 of annex 3 and in point 2.3. 25. the Imported plants, plant products and plant health items in contact controls carried out at the point of entry to the food and veterinary service of sanitary border inspection (sanitary border inspection) the Inspector who has the required qualifications in the field of plant protection. 26. the Imported plants, plant products and plant health items in contact controls the site, which is not the point of entry, out: 26.1. customs warehousing and free customs zone — sanitary border inspection; 26.2. the premises or at the place of receipt of the goods, service. 27. the Department is assessing the point of entry customs warehouses and free zones in compliance with the customs rules. 28. in order to obtain permission for the plant health checks at the place of shipment, the importer or owner of the place of receipt or the possessor shall provide service: 28.1. submission by adding documents that include information about: 28.1.1. plants, plant products and contact with them coming on subjects intended for imports into, and receive location where the imported plants, plant products and items in contact will be stored; 28.1.2. the way in which plants, plant products and contact with them will put items away from the origin the European Union plants, plant products and those coming into contact with objects; 28.2. a copy of the document (the presentation of the original) as the recognised status of the consignor, if the person intended for plants, plant products and items in contact, granted such status and have met the Commission of 2 July 1993, Regulation (EEC) No 2454/93 laying down provisions for the implementation of the Council of 12 October 1992 Regulation (EEC) No 2913/92 establishing the Community customs code, 406 in the first subparagraph of article conditions. 29. during the month of application look and assess the compliance of the cargo at the place of the provisions of this annex and paragraph 2.3 2.2. 30. where the receiving site meets the requirements of these regulations, the Department shall take a decision on the authorisation of phytosanitary controls at the place of receipt of the goods. 31. If the receipt does not comply with the requirements of this regulation, the Department decides not to allow the cargo the phytosanitary control at the place of receipt. 32. If it is established that the importer or owner of the place of receipt or the possessor failed to comply with the law requirements or this person does not meet the requirements contained in these rules, the service shall decide on the withdrawal of the authorisation of the cargo at the place of the control. 33. The Inspector is carrying out this provision in annex 1 of the plants, plant products and contact with them came the object also this cargo mounts, spacers, pallets or packing material that is used in the phytosanitary control of timber: 33.1. for each consignment declared that consists wholly or partially of the plants, plant products and contact with them reached objects; 33.2. If goods are declared several lots, each lot that consists wholly or partially of the plants, plant products and items in contact. 34. If the Inspector has reason to believe that the phytosanitary requirements is not met, for plant-health control exposes the plants, plant products and contact objects, firms other than those referred to in paragraph 33 of these rules. 35. these provisions importation referred to in annex 1. plants, plant products and contact objects, their firms for export or re-export phytosanitary certificate required for the export (export) (annex 4) or phytosanitary certificate for re-export (re-export) (annex 5), which attest to the plants, plant products and their compliance with items in the face of the legislation set out plant-health requirements and formalised in accordance with the International Plant Protection Convention, international standards for phytosanitary measures. If this rule 35 35.1 above, plants, plant products and items in contact is imported into another country and before shipping to Latvia or of Member States of the European Union, broken down, repacked or stored, need a phytosanitary certificate for re-export (re-export). 1. These regulations 35.2 referred to in the annex to the plants, plant products and items in contact has a valid entry for plant protection izvedējvalst authority responsible phytosanitary certificate issued for export (export) (original) or phytosanitary certificate for re-export (re-export) (original) that meets the following requirements: 35.21. it is presented in one of the official languages of the European Union shall be completed either in typescript or handwritten legible capital letters; 35.22. botanical name specified in Latin; 35.23. date of issue of the specified up to the date on which the cargo has left izvedējvalst, is the last not more than 14 days; This is confirmed by 35.24. izvedējvalst for plant protection of the institution responsible for the stamp and the signature of the relevant official. 35.3 J Inspector phytosanitary certificate for export (export) or phytosanitary certificate for re-export (re-export) fixes, he confirms. If the legislation is 22.0 certain specific requirements of this provision in annex 1 of the plants, plant products and items in contact, and they can be executed in another country, the phytosanitary certificate may be issued to the third country where the plants, plant products and the contact object in the sending State firms. 22.1 21.9 this rule in the case referred to in paragraph a phytosanitary certificate in the box "additional declaration", the indication of the specific requirements laid down in the laws. the phytosanitary certificate for re-export 35.6 (re-export) issued on the basis of this rule 35.2 of this third country phytosanitary certificate issued for export (export) or phytosanitary certificate for re-export (re-export) the original or a certified copy accompanied by a plant health certificate for re-exportation (re-export). 35.7 imported plants, plant products and related items, contact firms phytosanitary certificate for export (export) or phytosanitary certificate for re-export (re-export) is required for each shipment (rail freight transport for each car). If the shipment contains plants, plant products and contact with them on items that have multiple shippers or consignees, phytosanitary certificate for export (export) or phytosanitary certificate for re-export (re-export) is required for each sender or recipient. 22.2 No phytosanitary certificate for export (export) or a phytosanitary certificate for re-export (re-export) the rules referred to in annex 1 of the plants, plant products and contact firms items, animal feed and food may be imported in small quantities, if they are intended for the owner or consignee of non-industrial or non-commercial purposes, as well as consumption during transport and if there is no health risk. 22.3 Where plants, plant products and contact with them reached the items meet the phytosanitary requirements, and plant health inspection service's sanitary border inspection or certificate of the Inspector for export (export) or phytosanitary certificate for re-export (re-export) stamped with the sanitary border inspection or service stamp, indicating the date of arrival. 35.10 after the phytosanitary inspection phytosanitary certificate for export (export) or a phytosanitary certificate for re-export (re-export) the original remains at the sanitary border inspection or service Inspector. The inspector a copy of this document shall refer to the importer. If the cargo intended for re-exportation (re-export), the original remains of the phytosanitary certificate to the plants, plant products and importing items in contact. 1. these rules If 35.11 referred to in the annex to the plants, plant products and plant health items in contact controls take place in approved: 35.111. moving cargo to the approved place of inspection, packaging or the vehicle is closed or sealed to the plants, plant products and items in contact during transport does not cause infestation or infection, and ensures a constant load. Not closed or sealed cargo not be moved when the plants, plant products and items in contact do not cause infestation or infection risk during transport; 35.112. the approved place of inspection does not change except when you have received a confirmation from the sanitary border inspection, and customs of the service; 35.113. shipment of plant health movement document attached (annex 6); approved inspection location 35.114. goods in stores, removing it from the European Union origin of the plants, plant products and contact with them coming on subjects who are infected or contaminated or which the Inspector has reason to believe that there has been contamination or infestation. a plant health movement document 35.12:35.121. shipment shall be completed and signed by the importer (box 3 and 4); presented in one of 35.122. The official languages of the European Union shall be completed in typescript or legibly handwritten in block letters. If the goods do not meet 35.13 this provision referred 35.111. requirements of sanitary border inspection the Inspector decides not to allow the cargo the phytosanitary control approved testing site. sanitary border inspection or service 69.35 Inspector in health in the transport document shall mark on the phytosanitary control. 35.15 where the plants, plant products and contact with them reached the items meet the phytosanitary requirements and have a plant health certificate for export (export) or phytosanitary certificate for re-export (re-export), sanitary border inspection or on official phytosanitary Inspector fills in the transport document the decision section. 35.16 where the plants, plant products and items in contact do not meet the phytosanitary requirements or do not have a phytosanitary certificate for export (export) or a phytosanitary certificate for re-export (re-export), sanitary border inspection or service Inspector accepts one or more of the following decisions and in health in the transport document shall fill out the section of the decision: 35.161. prohibit in Latvia, the plants, plant products and contact items or send out firms from Latvia; 35.162. ask the importer to carry out the plants, plant products and contact with them in the handling of the subject, if you expected that after treatment phytosanitary requirements will be met. Treatment can also be performed when the harmful organisms do not have specific legislation that plants quarantine organisms; 35.163. If it is found that a part of the plants, plant products or objects in contact with them loads of infected or infested with legislation established plant quarantine organisms, prevent infected or infested plants, plant products or objects in contact with them import and distribution in Latvia and the European Union, but the remaining parts allow imports if it does not present a health risk; place the appropriate 35.164. plants, plant products and contact firms subject to customs supervision until the available laboratory test results; not allow relevant 35.165. plants, plant products and contact firms to send objects in transit through the European Union; destroy relevant 35.166. plants, plant products and contact firms subjects. 35.17 Where plants, plant products and items in contact do not meet the phytosanitary requirements and it does not allow you to import or distribute in Latvia, from Latvia, sanitary border inspection or service Inspector phytosanitary certificates for export (export) or phytosanitary certificate for re-export (re-export) stamped with triangular stamp in red with the word "certificate revoked", indicate the date of cancellation and confirm it with a signature. 35.18 where the sanitary border inspection or service Inspector has doubts about the cargo contents for plant genus, species or origin, he checks it. 35.19 On plants, plant products and contact with them in non-compliance of phytosanitary requirements or phytosanitary certificate for export (export) or a phytosanitary certificate for re-export (re-export) non-compliance with the requirements of these regulations sanitary border inspection inspector within 24 hours, inform the service. 1. These rules 35.20 referred to in the annex to the plants, plant products and contact with them in the subject identity and plant health checks at the border inspection post may be reduced if: 35.201. plants, plant products and contact the subject goods firms identity and plant health checks carried out in the third country of dispatch in accordance with the arrangement between a third country and a member of the European Union, approved by the European Commission under the European Commission or the Council of Europe's decision-making procedure; consignment 35.202. plants, plant products and items in contact that specific rules on the import of plant health checks to be carried out on the frequency. Import rules adopted in accordance with the European Commission or the Council of Europe's decision-making procedure. 35.21 If there is no risk of the spread of harmful organisms in the European Union, of plants, plant products and plant health items in face control at the point of importation is not conducted if: 35.211. plants, plant products and contact objects in transit firms led through the territory of a third country without any change in their customs status; 35.212. plants, plant products and contact objects in transit firms led to third countries without changes in their customs status. European Union Member States, 35.22 points of entry and the official body of destination may agree that the provisions referred to in annex 1 of the plants, plant products and contact with them in the subject identity and plant health checks shall be carried out in approved testing site that is not a point of entry. 1 these provisions importation 35.23. for plant control listed in the annex are subject to the plants, plant products and those in contact with firms in that other Member State and for which the identity and plant health checks a person wants to take the approved testing site, in health, the transport document shall indicate the approved place of inspection. 35.24 sanitary border inspection authorization to move freight to the approved place of inspection in another Member State of the European Union, where the official body of destination shall be informed that the approved place of inspection authorised to carry out phytosanitary control and fills the plant health movement document 5.1, 5.2, 6, the second section of the box and the box is 7 or 8. " 8. Express 78. paragraph by the following: "78. Service within 24 hours of receipt of the information from the sanitary border inspection of plants, plant products and contact with them in the articles do not conform to the laws or requirements of a phytosanitary certificate for export (export) or a phytosanitary certificate for re-export (re-export) non-compliance with the requirements laid down in these provisions shall be forwarded to the European Commission, the Member States of the European Union, the European and Mediterranean plant protection organization, as well as of plant protection izvedējvalst responsible authority written notice of cargo holds or the detection of the harmful organism load (from third countries Annex 7). " 9. Supplement with 82.1 and 82.2 points following: 82.1 "service writing to the European Commission and the other Member States of the European Union the list of points of entry. Of any changes to this list shall be immediately notified to the European Commission and the other Member States of the European Union. 82.2 Service prepares the approved place of inspection list and, upon request, submit it to the European Commission. " 10. Replace paragraph 83:10.1. number and the word "(annex 4)" with a number and the word "(annex 8)"; 10.2. the number and the word "(annex 5)" with a number and the word "(9)". 11. Replace 86.2 points, the number and the word "Annex" to the number 6 and the word "10" in the annex. 12. To supplement the provisions of the following paragraph 92: "92. Up to December 31, 2009 the rules on importation referred to in annex 1. plants, plant products and contact objects, their firms for export or re-export has a valid phytosanitary certificate for export (export) (annex 11) or a phytosanitary certificate for re-export (re-export) (annex 12), attesting to the plants, plant products and their compliance with items in the face of the legislation specified phytosanitary requirements." 13. Add to the informative reference to European Union directives with 8, 9, 10 and 11 by the following: ' 8) Council of 28 November 2002 Directive 2002/89/EC, amending Council Directive 2000/29/EC on protective measures against the introduction into the community of organisms and spread within the community, which are harmful to plants or plant products; 9) Commission of 5 October 2004, Directive 2004/102/EC amending annexes II, III, IV and V to Council Directive 2000/29/EC on protective measures against the introduction into the community of organisms harmful to plants or plant products and against their spread within the community; 10) Commission of 7 October 2004, Directive 2004/103/EC Council Directive 2000/29/EC annex V, part B, of plants, plant products and other objects, identity and plant health checks that can be performed in a place other than the point of entry into the community, or close to, and providing with these tests related documents; 11) Commission of 15 October 2004, Directive 2004/105/EC, laying down the official phytosanitary certificates or phytosanitary certificates for re-export accompanying plants, plant products or other objects from third countries listed in Council Directive 2000/29/EC. ' 14. Annex 1:14.1. Replace figure and the words "annex 1" with a number and the words "annex 2"; 14.2. to supplement the annex behind the words "subject to the plant and plant products" by "". 15. Replace annex 2, the number and the word "annex 2" with a number and the words "annex 3". 16. Replace annex 3 number and the word "annex 3" with a number and the words "Annex 7". 17. Annex 4 be expressed as follows: "Annex 8 Cabinet of 30 March 2004, the Regulation No 218 18. Annex 5 shall be expressed by the following:" 9. the Cabinet of Ministers of 30 March 2004, the Regulation No 218 19. Replace annex 6, the number and the word "Annex" to the number 6 and the word "annex 10". 20. To supplement the provisions of the annex by the following (annex 1). 21. To complement the provisions of the annex by the following (annex 2). 22. To supplement the provisions of annex 5 with the following (annex 3). 23. To supplement the provisions of annex 6 to the following (annex 4). 24. To supplement the provisions of annex 11 with the following (annex 5). 25. To supplement the provisions of annex 12, with the following (annex 6).
Prime Minister a. Halloween Minister of Agriculture m. Roze annex 1 Cabinet of 22 February 2005, Regulation No 154 of annex 1 "Cabinet of 30 March 2004, Regulation No 218 of the plants, plant products and contact with them, put objects subject to plant-health control before distributing them in Latvia or in the Member State of the European Union (A) the plants, plant products and items in contact where the country of origin is located in the European Union and subject to plant-health control their breeding or production site in chapter I of the plants, plant products and items in contact, which is a potential vector for plant quarantine organisms that dangerous throughout the European Union, and which is accompanied by a plant Passport 1. Plants and plant products: 1.1. Bun krūmcidonij Chaenomel of Amelanchier Med., Lindl., klinteņ of the Cotoneaster Medik., vilkābeļ of Crataegus l. Quince, Cydonia Mill., Eriobotry Lindl., eriobotrij of the Apple tree Malus Mill., mespil the Mespil l., David fotīnij of the davidian Photini (Dcn.) Cardot, Prunus l. plums (except Laurel cherry-tree Prunus lauroceras l. and lusitanic Portuguese cherry-tree Prunus l.), ugunsērkšķ of Pyracantha Roem., Pyrus l., PEAR of the Rowan tree Sorbus l. intended for planting plants of the genus (except the seeds); 1.2. the usual beet beta Vulgaris l. and Humulus in the normal hop lupul l. intended for planting plants (excluding seed); 1.3. plants of stolon-or tuber-forming solanacea Solanum l. intended for planting plants of the genus and their hybrids; 1.4. kinkān of fortunella Swingle, Poncirus Raf small Mandarin. the genus and their hybrids and Vitis l. vīnkok of the genus plants (other than fruit and seeds); 1.5. citrus citrus l. and their hybrids of the genus plants (other than fruit and seeds); 1.6. citrus citrus l., fortunella Swingle, kinkān of China's small Mandarin Poncirus Raf. and their hybrids, with leaves and fruit stalks; 1.7. wood, if it: 1.7.1. entirely or partly derived from Sycamore Platanus l., including wood, wood that is not stored in the natural round surface; 1.7.2. one of the Council of 23 July 1987 of Regulation (EEC) No 2658/87 on the tariff and statistical nomenclature and on the common customs tarifu1 in part II of annex I to the above descriptions: description of logs, wood pieces 4401 10 00, branches, brushwood faggots or in similar forms of wood chips or sawdust 4401 22 00:-ex 4401 30 90 wood wood wastes (except sawdust), not agglomerated in briquettes , granules or similar ways 4403 10 00 wood in the rough, whether or not stripped of bark or sapwood, or roughly squared:-treated with Paint, stains, creosote or other preservatives ex 4403 99 in the rough, whether or not stripped of bark or sapwood, or roughly squared:-from the page tree wood (excluding treated with paint, stains, creosote or other preservatives)-with the exception of tropical wood, oak (Quercus spp.) or beech (Fagus spp.)

ex 4404 20 00 hoop wood: broken stakes, pointed but not in length zāģēt, Poles, poles and piles, treated with color:-from deciduous wood ex 4407 99 Length sawn or otherwise processed lumber, sliced or peeled, not planed, sanded or end-jointed with bolts of zobveid, of a thickness exceeding 6 mm:-with the exception of conifers, tropical trees, oak (Quercus spp.) or beech (Fagus spp.)

2. plants that growers cultivated, plants, plant products and put them in contact with items that the resale market for agricultural production (except for the plants, plant products and contact firms items intended for sale to the final user and for which a national plant protection services or a Member State of the European Union body responsible for the protection of plants, it has verified that their production is cut off from other production) : baltegļ both to 2.1 Mill., fragrant celery Apium graveolens l., argirantēm spp., Argyranthem of aster Aster spp., Brassica spp., Brassica chestnut castanea Mill., Cucumis spp., cucumber Chrysanthemum Dendranthem (DC) Des Moul., Dianthus l. of Carnation plants and hybrids of the genus, Exact spp., strawberry Fragaria l., Gerbera Cass., Gerber's ģipseņ of the sprigaņ of l., Gypsophil Impatiens l. genus all New Guinea hybrid varieties of lettuce, Lactuca spp., Larix Mill larch. the Leucanthem of l., Daisies grew, Lupin Lupinus l., pelargonij of Pelargonium l ' Hérit. ex AIT., Spruce Picea a. Dietr., Pinus l. pine, Sycamore Platanus l., Populus l., leaf of cherry Laurel Prunus lauroceras l., lusitanic Portuguese cherry Prunus l., Douglas, of the Pseudotsuga Carriér oak Quercus l., BlackBerry Rubus l., spinach Spinacia l., tansy, hemlokegļ of Tanacet of l. Carriér, of the Verbena of Tsug Verbena L. l. genus and other grassland species (other than Gramineae plants belonging to the family of Graminea) plants intended for planting (except bulbs corms, neņus, say, seeds and tubers); 2.2. the Solanaceae plant family Solanaceae (the exception to this annex referred to in point 1.3 intended for planting plants and seeds); 2.3. Kallu Aracea-Marantacea, arrowroot, Musacea bananas, avocado Persea spp. and Strelitziacea in the family Strelitziaceae, rooted or with growing medium; 2.4. the shallot onion Allium ascalonicum l., Garden onion Allium CEPA l. and chives-Allium schoenoprasum l. seeds and bulbs intended for planting, and the leek Allium porrum l. intended for planting plants. Camassia Lindl., 3 hionodokš of chionodoxa, crocus Bois Palomino of crocus Flavus Weston "Golden Yellow", Galanthus l., sniegpulkstenīš of the baltstarīš Galtoni of the candican of pale (Baker) Decn., gladiolus Tourn gladiolus. ex l. species, the genus gladiolus callianthus Marais, gladiolus colvillei sweet, gladiolus nanus Hort., gladiolus ramosus Hort. and gladiolus tubergenii Hort., hyacinth Hyacinths l., skalbj l., ismeņ of the iris of the Herbert, muskar Ismen of Muscari Miller, narcissus narcissus l., baltstarīš l., puškīnij of the Orinthogal of the zilsniedzīš of puschkinia Adams, Scilla l., tigridia juss tigrīdij of. and Tulip Tulipa genus plants intended for planting bulbs and corms, reared and sold for further agricultural production (except for the plants, plant products and contact items, which firms intended for sale to the end user and for which a national plant protection services or a Member State of the European Union body responsible for the protection of plants, it has verified that their production is cut off from other production). Chapter II the plants, plant products and items in contact, which is a potential vector for plant quarantine organisms that are dangerous for certain protected zones, and which must be accompanied by a plant passport valid for the relevant protected zone or move them into this zone 1. Plants, plant products and contact with them arrived items: the two baltegļ to 1.1 Mill., Larix Mill., larch Spruce Picea a. Dietr., Pinus l. and pine of the Carriér of the genus Pseudotsuga Douglas plants; 1.2. Aspen Populus l. and conventional beet beta Vulgaris l. intended for planting plants of the genus (except the seeds); 1.3. Bun krūmcidonij Chaenomel of Amelanchier Med., Lindl., klinteņ of the Cotoneaster Ehrh., Crataegus l., vilkābeļ-Quince Cydonia Mill., Eriobotry Lindl., eriobotrij of the eucalyptus L ' Hér., eucalyptus Apple Malus Mill., mespil the Mespil l., David fotīnij of the davidian Photini (Dcn.) Ugunsērkšķ of Pyracanth of cardot, m. Ro., PEAR Pyrus l. and Sorbus l. Rowan tree genus of plants (other than fruit and seeds); 1.4. Bun krūmcidonij Chaenomel of Amelanchier Med., Lindl., klinteņ of Cotoneaster Medik., a vilkābeļ of Crataegus l., Cydonia Mill., quince eriobotrij Lindl., Eriobotry of the Apple tree Malus Mill., mespil the Mespil l., David fotīnij of the davidian Photini (Dcn.) Cardot, Pyracantha Roem. ugunsērkšķ a, PEAR Pyrus l. and Sorbus l. Rowan tree of the genus life pollen pollination; 1.5. the potato Solanum tuberosum l., intended for planting tubers; 1.6. the usual beet beta Vulgaris l., intended for industrial processing plants; 1.7. soil and not sterilized normal beet beta Vulgaris l.; 1.8. the usual beet beta Vulgaris l., dolichos Jacq., the lobby of cotton Gossypium spp. and the garden bean Phaseolus Vulgaris l. seeds; 1.9. cotton Gossypium spp. fruit (bolls) and crude cotton, vīnkok of the genus Vitis l. fruits; 1.10. wood has been obtained in whole or part: 1.10.1. of conifers (Coniferales) (excluding wood); 1.10.2. of chestnut-castanea Mill., (excluding wood); 1.10.3. of one of the Council of 23 July 1987 of Regulation (EEC) No 2658/87 on the tariff and statistical nomenclature and on the common customs tarifu2 in part II of annex I to the above descriptions: description of logs, wood pieces 4401 10 00, branches, brushwood faggots or in similar forms of wood chips or sawdust 4401 21 00:-4401 22 00 wood coniferous chips or shavings:-ex 4401 30 wood wood wastes (except sawdust) not agglomerated in briquettes, pellets or similar forms ex 4403 10 00 in the rough, whether or not stripped of bark or sapwood, or roughly squared:-treated with paint, stains, creosote or other preservatives ex 4403 20 in the rough, whether or not stripped of bark or sapwood, or roughly squared:-conifers (excluding treated with paint, stains, creosote or other preservatives) ex 4403 99 in the rough, whether or not stripped of bark or sapwood , or roughly squared:-from the page tree wood (excluding treated with paint, stains, creosote or other preservatives)-with the exception of tropical wood, oak (Quercus spp.) or beech (Fagus spp.)

ex 4404 hoop wood: broken stakes, pointed but not in length zāģēt, Poles, piles 4406 railway or tramway track sleepers 4407 10 Length sawn or otherwise processed lumber, sliced or peeled, not planed, sanded or end-jointed with bolts of zobveid, of a thickness exceeding 6 mm:-ex 4407 99 Length coniferous sawn or chipped wood, sliced or peeled, whether or not planed, sanded or non-sanded or end-jointed, jointed with bolts of zobveid , of a thickness exceeding 6 mm:-with the exception of conifers, tropical trees, oak (Quercus spp.) or beech (Fagus spp.)

1.11. chestnut castanea Mill., and wood of conifers (Coniferales) isolated bark. 2. plants that growers cultivated, plants, plant products and put them in contact with items that the resale market for agricultural production (except for the plants, plant products and contact items, which firms intended for sale to the end user and for which a national plant protection services or a Member State of the European Union body responsible for the protection of plants, it has verified that their production is cut off from other production) : Begoni of Begonias 2.1 genus plants intended for planting (other than seeds, tubers and corms) and poinsettia Euphorbia pulcherrima Willd., of that of a gum tree Ficus l. and hibiscus l. hibisk of planting for plants (excluding seed). Chapter III of the plants, plant products and items in contact, which is a potential vector for plant quarantine organisms that dangerously across the European Union, 1. Potato Solanum tuberosum l., if grown in areas that are larger than one hectare, if they are intended for trade and if they are not covered by this annex, part A, section I, point 1.3 (subject to registration are growers, Packers and processors, Storer).
Part b plants, plant products and items in contact, which is not the country of origin in the European Union and subject to plant-health control prior to their importation into in Latvia or in the Member State of the European Union, chapter I of the plants, plant products and items in contact, which is a potential vector for plant quarantine organisms that dangerously across the European Union, 1. Plants intended for planting other than seeds (but including a Crucifer Crucifera the family Gramineae, Graminea and clover Trifolium spp. seeds originating in Argentina, Australia, Bolivia, Chile, New Zealand and Uruguay, wheat Triticum Secale, rye and Triticale × Triticosecale genus seeds originating in Afghanistan, India, Iraq, Mexico, Nepal, the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, South Africa and the United States). Peppers Capsicum spp., summer sunflower Helianthus annuus l., edible tomato Lycopersicon lycopersicum (l.) Karsten ex Farw., alfalfa Medicago sativa l., Prunus l. plum, BlackBerry Rubus l., Oryza spp. in rice, maize Zea mays l., shallot onion Allium ascalonicum l., Garden onion Allium CEPA l., Allium porrum l. leek, chives-Allium schoenoprasum l. and Phaseolus l. Bean seeds. 2. Parts of plants (other than fruit and seeds): 2.1 chestnut castanea Mill., chrysanthemum Dendranthem (DC) Des. Moul., Dianthus l., of Carnation, ģipseņ of pelargonij of Gypsohil l., Pelargonium L ' Here. ex AIT, Phoenix spp., dateļpalm Aspen Populus l., Quercus l. oak, zeltslotiņ of the genus solidago l. and orchid family Orchidace cut flowers; 2.2. wood of conifers (Coniferales); 2.3. sugar maple Acer Saccharum Marsh., originating in the United States and Canada; 2.4. plum Prunus genus l., originating in non-European; 2.5. aster Aster spp., zilpodz, the Forum L Eryngi. Hypericum Hypericum l., Lisianth l., Rosa l. and rose trahēlij of the genus Tracheli of cut flowers originating in non-European; 2.6. fragrant celery Apium l. graviolen and Basil Ocimum l. leaf vegetables. 3. Fruit: citrus citrus 3.1 L., kinkān of fortunella Swingle, Poncirus Raf small Mandarin. and their hybrids, Momordica l., Eggplant Solanum melongena l.; 3.2. anon-Annona l., Cydonia Mill., quince khakis to Diospyro l., Malus Mill., Apple mango Mangifera l., Passiflora l., passion plum Prunus l., psidium l., guavj of PEAR Pyrus l., Ribes l., currant, Syzygium Gaertn. and the genus Vaccinium fruit originating in non-European. 4. potato Solanum tuberosum l. tubers. 5. Isolated bark of: 5.1, wood of conifers (Coniferales), originating in non-European; 5.2. sugar maple Acer Saccharum Marsh, Populus l. and Aspen oak Quercus l. (excluding Cork oak Quercus suber l.) of plant species the bark. 6. Wood, if so: 6.1. entirely or partly derived from the following genera or species of plants (except wood packaging material, packaging boxes, crates or kabeļspol and similar packaging materials of wood, pallets, box pallets or other load boards, pallet collars, used for the transport of various objects, and wood, of a thickness of 6 mm and less, and processed kokmat of the Rial, which used in the manufacture of glue, heat and pressure, or a combination of the information) : 6.1.1. oak genus Quercus l. wood (including wood which has not retained its natural round surface), which is the home country of the United States (except wood which meets this chapter I of part B of the annex referred to in paragraph 6.2 of CN code 4416 00 00 and for which there is documentary evidence that the wood is processed or manufactured by applying a heat treatment to a minimum temperature of saniegt 176 ° C for 20 minutes); 6.1.2. Sycamore Platanus genus wood (including wood which has not retained natural round surface), which is the home country of the United States or Armenia; 6.1.3. Aspen Populus genus wood (including wood which has not retained natural round surface) whose country of origin is located in the American continent; 6.1.4. sugar maple Acer Saccharum Marsh. Wood (including wood which has not retained natural round surface) whose country of origin is located in the United States or Canada; 6.1.5., wood of conifers (Coniferales) in wood (including wood which has not retained natural round surface) whose country of origin is not located in Europe, Kazakhstan, Russia or Turkey; 6.2. one of the Council of 23 July 1987 of Regulation (EEC) No 2658/87 on the tariff and statistical nomenclature and on the common customs tarifu3 in part II of annex I to the above descriptions: description of logs, wood pieces 4401 10 00, branches, brushwood faggots or in similar forms of wood chips or sawdust 4401 21 00:-4401 22 00 wood coniferous chips or shavings:-hardwood sawdust 4401 30 90 ex 4401 30 10-sawdust and wood waste , whether or not agglomerated agglomerated in briquettes, pellets or similar forms: 4403 10 00-otherwise in the rough, whether or not stripped of bark or sapwood, or roughly squared:-treated with paint, stains, creosote or other preservatives 4403 20 wood in the rough, whether or not stripped of bark or sapwood, or roughly squared:-conifers (excluding treated with paint, stains, creosote or barking all preservatives) 4403 91 in the rough, whether or not stripped of bark or sapwood , or roughly squared:-oak (Quercus spp.) (excluding treated with paint, stains, creosote or other preservatives) ex 4403 99 in the rough, whether or not stripped of bark or sapwood, or roughly squared:-from the page tree wood (excluding treated with paint, stains, creosote or other preservatives)-with the exception of tropical wood, oak (Quercus spp.) or beech (Fagus spp.)

ex 4404 hoop wood: broken stakes, pointed but not in length zāģēt, Poles, poles and piles 4406 railway or tramway sleepers of wood Length sawn 4407 10 or otherwise in the rough, sliced or peeled, not planed, sanded or end-jointed with bolts of zobveid, of a thickness exceeding 6 mm: 4407 91 tall coniferous sawn-or otherwise processed lumber, sliced or peeled, not planed, sanded or end-jointed with bolts of zobveid , of a thickness exceeding 6 mm:-oak (Quercus spp.)

ex 4407 99 Length sawn or otherwise processed lumber, sliced or peeled, not planed, sanded or end-jointed with bolts of zobveid, of a thickness exceeding 6 mm:-except coniferous, tropical wood, oak (Quercus spp.) or beech (Fagus spp.)

4415 wooden chests, boxes, crates, drums and similar containers; wooden cable reels; pallets, box pallets and other load boards, of wood; pallet collars of wood 4416 00 00 casks, barrels, vats, tubs and other Coopers ' products and parts thereof, of wood (including staves) 9496 00 20 prefabricated buildings:-from a tree 7. Soil and soil substrate: 7.1 which consists in whole or in part of soil or solid organic parts, such as plant debris, humus including peat or bark (except the one that consists entirely of peat only); 7.2. What's with plants and consists wholly or partially of this chapter I of part B of the annex referred to in 7.1 or consisting in whole or in part of peat or of any solid inorganic substance, which ensure the vitality of the plants, originating in: 7.2.1 Turkey; 7.2.2. in Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, Russia, Ukraine; 7.2.3. the country that is not European (other than Algeria, Egypt, Israel, Libya, Morocco and Tunisia). 8. Wheat Triticum Secale, rye and Triticale × Triticosecale, grain originating in Afghanistan, India, Iraq, Mexico, Nepal, the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, South Africa and the United States. Chapter II the plants, plant products and items in contact, which is a potential vector for plant quarantine organisms that are dangerous for certain protected zones 1. Beet beta Vulgaris l., intended for industrial processing plants. 2. Soil and non-sterilized beet (Beta Vulgaris l.) residues. Amelanchier Medik. 3. Bun krūmcidonij Chaenomel Lindl., of the klinteņ of Cotoneaster Medik.,, vilkābeļ of Crataegus l., Cydonia Mill., quince eriobotrij Lindl., Eriobotry of the Apple tree Malus Mill., mespil the Mespil l., David fotīnij of the davidian Photini (Dcn.) Cardot, Pyracantha Roem. ugunsērkšķ a, PEAR Pyrus l. and Sorbus l. Rowan tree of the genus life pollen apputek snēšan. 4. Bun krūmcidonij Chaenomel of Amelanchier Medik.,., klinteņ Lindl of Cotoneaster Medik., a vilkābeļ of Crataegus l., Cydonia Mill., quince eriobotrij Lindl., Eriobotry of the Apple tree Malus Mill., mespil the Mespil l., David fotīnij of the davidian Photini (Dcn.) Cardot, Pyracantha Roem. ugunsērkšķ a, PEAR Pyrus l. and Sorbus l. Rowan tree of the genus parts of plants (other than fruit and seeds). 5. Dolichos Jacq., the lobby mango Magnifer spp. genus beet beta Vulgaris l. and bean Phaseolus Vulgaris l. seeds. 6. Cotton Gossypium spp. seeds and fruits (bolls) and raw cotton. 7. Vīnkok of the genus Vitis l. fruits. 8. The wood if it: 8.1 has been obtained in whole or part from conifers (Coniferales) (excluding wood, which is a country of origin of European third countries) and the chestnut genus castanea Mill. wood (excluding wood); 8.2. one of the Council of 23 July 1987 of Regulation (EEC) No 2658/87 on the tariff and statistical nomenclature and on the common customs tarifu4 in part II of annex I to the above descriptions: description of logs, wood pieces 4401 10 00, branches, brushwood faggots or in similar forms of wood chips or sawdust 4401 21 00:-4401 22 00 wood coniferous chips or shavings:-ex 4401 30 wood wood wastes (except sawdust) not agglomerated in briquettes, pellets or similar forms 4403 10 00 wood in the rough, whether or not stripped of bark or sapwood, or roughly squared:-treated with paint, stains, creosote or other preservatives ex 4403 20 in the rough, whether or not stripped of bark or sapwood, or roughly squared:-from coniferous (excluding treated with paint, stains, creosote or barking all preservatives) ex 4403 99 in the rough, whether or not stripped of bark or sapwood , or roughly squared:-from the page tree wood (excluding treated with paint, stains, creosote or other preservatives)-with the exception of tropical trees, Oak (Quercus spp.) or beech (Fagus spp.)

ex 4404 hoop wood: broken stakes, pointed but not in length zāģēt, Poles, poles and piles 4406 railway or tramway track sleepers: 4407 10 length of sawn timber or otherwise processed, sliced or peeled, not planed, sanded or end-jointed with bolts of zobveid, of a thickness exceeding 6 mm:-ex 4407 99 Length coniferous sawn timber or otherwise processed, sliced or peeled, not planed, sanded or end-jointed with bolts of zobveid , of a thickness exceeding 6 mm:-except coniferous, tropical wood, oak (Quercus spp.) or beech (Fagus spp.)

4415 wooden chests, boxes, crates, drums and similar containers; wooden cable reels; pallets, box pallets and other slabs of wood; pallet collars of wood: 9406 00 20 prefabricated buildings-from wooden 9. Eucalyptus eucalyptus l ' Hérit. part of the genus. 10. Wood of conifers (Coniferales) isolated bark, which is what the country of origin of European third countries. "
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