Beef, Veal, Pigmeat, Sheepmeat And Goatmeat Market Intervention Measures And Monitoring Procedures For The Administration Of

Original Language Title: Liellopu gaļas, teļa gaļas, cūkgaļas, aitu un kazu gaļas tirgus intervences pasākumu administrēšanas un uzraudzības kārtība

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 331 in Riga 2004 20 April (pr. No 23 23) of beef, veal, pigmeat, sheepmeat and goatmeat market intervention measures, administration and monitoring procedures issued under the agricultural and rural development Act article 6, second part 1. determines the order in which are administered and monitored the market intervention measures of beef, veal, pigmeat, sheepmeat and goatmeat (meat) private storage, in accordance with the Council of 17 May 1999, Regulation (EC) No 1254/1999 on the beef and veal the common organisation of the market of article 26. The Commission on 2 May 2000 Regulation (EC) no 907/2000 laying down detailed rules for the application of Council Regulation (EC) No 1254/1999 as regards aid for private storage in the beef and veal sector, the Council of 29 October 1975 on the provisions of Regulation (EEC) No 2759/75 on the common organisation of the pigmeat 3 and article 4 of the Council of 29 October 1975, Regulation (EEC) accessories/75 laying down general rules for the granting of aid for the private storage of pigmeat Of the Commission of 27 November 1990, Regulation (EEC) No 3444/90, which approved the detailed rules for the application of granting of assistance for the private storage of pigmeat the Commission of 27 November 1990, Regulation No 3446/90 laying down detailed rules for the application of granting of assistance for the sheep and goat meat in private storage. 2. Private storage (storage) is the storage of meat in the freezer by the company (the company) or the operator (hereinafter referred to as the holder), taking responsibility for the quality and quantity of meat. 3. Storage is administered by the rural support service. 4. food and veterinary service assesses the conformity of food cold storage and monitoring of regulatory legislation to the requirements and checks each batch of meat quality and meat cutting just before placing in storage, as well as, if necessary, participate in the rural support service Roadshow in unannounced inspections during storage of meat. 5. The Storer, at least two working days before the placing in storage of meat to notify field support location, date, time, when some or all of the lots specified in the contract, the meat will be placed in storage. 6. move meat storage Storer: 6.1. Field support staff controlled and noted meat net mass;
6.2. The food and veterinary service officer will participate in the control and assess the quality of the meat and the distribution compliance with European Community's combined nomenclature code of the goods. 7. The Storer meat moves the field support service in the presence of the employee. If necessary, call upon the food and veterinary service officer. 8. Seven days prior to the expiry of the contract the Storer shall notify the rural support service date when will stop the storage of meat in the freezer. 9. Where the meat is intended for export, the Storer shall notify those rules to the information referred to in paragraph 8 of at least two working days in advance. 10. in order to receive financial aid, Storer within six months after the end of the storage of meat in cold storage, Field support services shall be submitted in the application. 11. provisions shall enter into force on 1 May 2004. Prime Minister i. Emsis Minister of Agriculture m. rose