Organic Supervisory And Control Arrangement

Original Language Title: Bioloģiskās lauksaimniecības uzraudzības un kontroles kārtība

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Read the untranslated law here: https://www.vestnesis.lv/ta/id/88002

 
Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 414 in 2004 (April 22. No 24, § 51) organic monitoring and control procedure Issued under the agricultural and rural development Act article 11 1. determine organic monitoring and control procedures under: 1.1. European Parliament and Council of 24 June 1991 Regulation No 2092/91 on organic production of agricultural products and indications referring thereto on agricultural products and foodstuffs, as amended, (hereinafter referred to as the European Parliament and Council Regulation No 2092/91);
1.2. the Commission of 14 august 2003, Regulation (EC) no 1452/2003 saves the Council Regulation (EEC) No 2092/91 article 6 paragraph 3 of the section "a" of the derogation provided for in the case of certain species of seed and vegetative propagating material and laying down procedural rules and criteria relating to that derogation (hereinafter: Commission Regulation (EC) no 1452/2003);
1.3. Commission of 5 February 2003 Regulation (EC) No 223/2003 on labelling requirements related to the organic production method for feedingstuffs, compound feedingstuffs and feed materials and amending Council Regulation (EEC) No 2092/91 (hereinafter referred to as Commission Regulation No 223/2003);
1.4. the Commission of 7 September 2001, Regulation (EC) no 1788/2001 laying down detailed rules for the implementation of the provisions concerning the certificate of inspection for imports from third countries under article 11 of Regulation (EEC) No 2092/91 on organic production of agricultural products and indications referring thereto on agricultural products and foodstuffs, as amended, (hereinafter referred to as Commission Regulation No 1788/2001).
2. European Parliament and Council Regulation No 2092/91, Commission Regulation 223/2003 and Commission Regulation 1788/2001 the functions of the competent authority shall take the food and veterinary service.
3. Commission Regulation 1452/2003 no competent authority functions carried out by the plant protection service.
4. European Parliament and Council Regulation No 2092/91, certain inspection bodies and inspection authorities does the food and veterinary service of the approved control bodies that are accredited to EN45011 standard organic farming.
5. Animal species and their products, not the labelling of European Parliament and Council Regulation No 2092/91, annex I not used for indication of the organic production method.
6. Requirements for labelling organically produced feedingstuffs, compound feedingstuffs and feed materials laid down in Commission Regulation No 223/2003.7. food and veterinary service of the Commission of 29 January 1993, Regulation (EEC) No 207/93 defining the content of annex VI to Regulation (EEC) No 2092/91 on organic production of agricultural products and indications referring thereto on agricultural products and foodstuffs and laying down detailed rules for article 5, paragraph 4, of the implementing rules (Commission Regulation No 207/93) Article 3, paragraph 1 b shall issue the permit if the operator has submitted documents proving that: 7.1. ingredients of agricultural origin;
7.2. The Member States of the European Union components not produced in sufficient quantity in accordance with European Parliament and Council Regulation No 2092/91 is set out in article 6;
7.3. components cannot be imported from third countries, in accordance with European Parliament and Council Regulation No 2092/91, article 11.
8. food and veterinary service of the European Commission in accordance with Regulation No 207/93 article 3, paragraph 1, subparagraph b shall take a decision on the permit or the extension of its validity and, in accordance with European Commission Regulation No 207/93 article 3, paragraph 2 shall inform the Ministry of agriculture, the European Commission and the Member States of the European Union.
9. food and veterinary service extended that rule 8 referred to the period of validity of the authorisation maximum three times for seven months, in the absence of a decision of the European Commission in accordance with Commission Regulation No 207/93 article 3 4 and 6 point that granted for the ingredient has been withdrawn.
10. Following receipt of the information from the European Commission or a Member State of the European Union on the availability of ingredients of agricultural origin of the food and veterinary service of the decision: 10.1. these rules referred to in paragraph 8 of the licence;
10.2. about this rule referred to in paragraph 8 the term of validity of the licence.
11. The food and veterinary service 15 days following the receipt of the information on the availability of ingredients of agricultural origin shall inform the European Commission and the Member States of the European Union on the measures which it has taken or intends to take in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 8.
12. the ingredients of agricultural origin other than those referred to in Commission Regulation No 2091/91 annex VI, part C, may be used after the expiry of the provisions referred to in paragraph 6, the term of validity of the licence, if the third extension of the Ministry of agriculture, in accordance with Commission Regulation No 207/93 article 3, paragraph 6 the European Commission has submitted a request for the necessary regulations in part C of annex VI. The food and veterinary service, in accordance with Commission Regulation No 207/93 article 3 paragraph 6 may be extended permission for seven months, in the light of Commission Regulation No 207/93 article 3, paragraph 2 and 3.
13. The Operator shall be marked products according to the legislation on the labelling and in accordance with European Parliament and Council Regulation No 2092/91 article 5, paragraph 1. The label contains the following references: 13.1. "organic agriculture"-If you run the European Parliament and Council Regulation No 2092/91 article 5, paragraph 3;
13.2. "transition to organic"-If the product is produced in a period of transition to organic farming in accordance with European Parliament and Council Regulation No 2092/91 article 5, paragraph 5;
13.3 "X% of the agricultural ingredients were produced according to the organic production method, in accordance with European Parliament and Council Regulation No 2092/91, point 5 of article 5 of the" a "section;
13.4. "controls are carried out (the name of the inspection body that is exposed to the operator who has carried out the final preparation of the product)".
14. The Operator can specify the labelling of European Community organic production logo.
15. the Ministry of agriculture in accordance with European Parliament and Council Regulation No 2092/91, point 8 of article 5 and article 7, paragraph 4, shall be submitted to the European Commission and the Member States of the European Union documentation justifying the inclusion of the substance of the European Parliament and Council Regulation No 2092/91 (A), (B) and annex VI, section C or annex II, parts A and B or delisting it.
16. the national plant protection services may permit the marketing of seed and seed kartupeļumateriāl not iegūtsar the use of the organic production method, in accordance with Commission Regulation No 1452/2003.17. national plant protection services shall establish and maintain organic seed varieties available accounting electronic database in accordance with Commission Regulation No 1452/2003 article 6, paragraph 1 and 2.
18. the Ministry of agriculture, in accordance with Commission Regulation No 1452/2003 article 6, paragraph 3, inform the European Commission and the Member States of the European Union on the database managing designated body.
19. the national plant protection services in accordance with Commission Regulation No 1452/2003 article 4 issued by Commission Regulation No 1452/2003 licence referred to in article 5.
20. the national plant protection services in accordance with Commission Regulation No 1452/2003, article 8 (2) of the rejected applications for registration submitted by the operators or deleted if the registration record, if the operator does not comply with Commission Regulation No 1452/2003 article 8, paragraph 1.
21. The Operator is subjected to the organic seed registration laws prescribed shall bear the expenses incurred by placing and maintaining database information, in accordance with Commission Regulation No 1452/2003 article 11.
22. Operator who produces, prepares or imports from a third country with a European Parliament and Council Regulation No 2092/91 article 1 the products to sell, submit a report to the control authorities in accordance with European Parliament and Council Regulation No 2092/91, annex IV.
23. The food and veterinary service in accordance with European Parliament and Council Regulation No 2092/91 article 9, point 5 and 6 approved control bodies and their monitoring.
24. Control bodies shall bear the expenses of the veterinary service Pārtikasun, in exercising this authority the approval in accordance with European Parliament and Council Regulation No 2092/91, article 9 (4) and (5).
25. the authorities shall submit the food and veterinary service: 25.1. information on the control measures taken (form developed by the food and veterinary service in accordance with European Parliament and Council Regulation No 2092/91, article 9, paragraph 8 of the "a" section — every month to the fifth day;
25.2. the brief annual report and the list of operators subject to the control of the previous year through December 31, of each year to 31 January.
26. If the inspection body in accordance with European Parliament and Council Regulation No 2092/91 article 9 finds intentional irregularities or those with lasting consequences for product labelling, production and inspection requirements, prohibit the operator concerned to sell products, which is an indication of the labelling of the organic production method for a period to be consistent with the food and veterinary service.

27. Control bodies provide the European Parliament and Council Regulation No 2092/91, article 9, paragraph 12, and control each year up to March 1 of the food and veterinary service shall provide information on the measures taken and their results. The food and veterinary service, together with the European Parliament and Council Regulation No 2092/91 is set out in article 15 monitoring report shall be submitted to the European Commission for the control authorities of the measures taken and their results.
28. If the inspection body in accordance with European Parliament and Council Regulation No 2092/91 article 10, paragraph 3, establishes a clear infringement or an infringement with prolonged effects in relation to product labelling, production and inspection requirements, the operator at the time, coordinated by the food and veterinary service, takes away the right to use the European Parliament and Council Regulation No 2092/91 the indication referred to in annex V.
29. If the food and Veterinary Office pursuant to European Parliament and Council Regulation No 2092/91, article 10A is reasonable suspicion about the product compliance with European Parliament and Council Regulation No 2092/91, which was imported from another Member State, to which reference is made in accordance with European Parliament and Council Regulation No 2092/91, article 2 and/or annex V, the food and veterinary service shall inform the Member State of the European Union that is determined by the control body or control authority has approved, and the European Commission.
30. investigations of the food and Veterinary Office has the right to suspend from another Member State of the European Union imported these terms referred to in paragraph 29 of the distribution of the product. Realizing the European Parliament and Council Regulation No 2092/91, of non-conforming products which comply with the General requirements, there is no indication on the labelling of the organic production method.
31. The food and veterinary service in accordance with European Parliament and Council Regulation No 2092/91 article 11, paragraph 6 of the "b" section, inform the European Commission and the other Member States of the third country from which products are imported shall submit control bodies prepare information about production and the control arrangements that guarantee they will be pemanently and effectively applied.
32. If the inspection finds that during the third country rules for the production of the imported product have not been equivalent to European Parliament and Council Regulation No 2092/91 article 6 requirements or inspection measures of equivalent effectiveness in the European Parliament and Council Regulation No 2092/91 in articles 8 and 9, Ministry of agriculture, in accordance with European Parliament and Council Regulation No 2092/91 article 11, paragraph 6 of section "c" of the request shall be submitted to the European Parliament and Council Regulation No 2092/91 Committee referred to in article 14.
33. the Ministry of agriculture in accordance with European Parliament and Council Regulation No 2092/91 article 11, paragraph 7, may submit a request to the European Commission to approve the third country inspection body and add it to the European Parliament and Council Regulation No 2092/91, article 11 paragraph 1 referred to the "a" list.
34. The food and veterinary service: 34.1. each year, before 1 July, inform the European Commission of the previous year, the measures taken in implementation of this regulation in accordance with European Parliament and Council Regulation No 2092/91, article 15;
21.3. each year to 31 March, inform the European Commission of inspection bodies approved in the previous year to 31 December, and information on control bodies in accordance with European Parliament and Council Regulation No 2092/91, article 15.
35. the rules shall enter into force on 1 May 2004.
Prime Minister i. Emsis Minister of Agriculture m. Roze Editorial Note: rules shall enter into force on 1 May 2004.