Control And Monitoring Arrangements For Trade In Animals, Semen, Ova And Embryos With The Member States Of The European Union And Third Countries

Original Language Title: Kontroles un uzraudzības kārtība tirdzniecībā ar dzīvniekiem, dzīvnieku spermu, olšūnām un embrijiem ar Eiropas Savienības dalībvalstīm un trešajām valstīm

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No 143 in Riga 18 March 2004 (pr. 14. § 3) control and monitoring arrangements for trade in animals, semen, ova and embryos with the Member States of the European Union and third countries Issued in accordance with article 25 of the law of the Human 5-1. establish control and monitoring arrangements for trade in animals, as well as their semen, ova and embryos (hereinafter the product) by Member States of the European Union (hereinafter referred to as Member State) and third countries. 2. The terms used in the following terms: 2.1. veterinary control — control of any physical or administrative formality which applies to the animals or products to the direct or indirect protection of public or animal health;
2.2. the company: marketing of agricultural business or business premises in Latvia or in the territory of another Member State, which are reared or kept with those rules regularly (annex 1) these animals (with the exception of equidae), and the enterprise, storage or any other room where the equidae irrespective of the holding for the purpose;
2.3. the Centre or organization — the company that manufacture, store, recycle or take other actions with the products;
2.4. the competent authority of the Member State carrying out the veterinary checks and surveillance;
2.5. official veterinarian: a food and veterinary service of the veterinary inspector or a food and veterinary service official;
2.6. trader: a person who regularly gain, directly or indirectly, buying and selling animals if animals within 30 days after their purchase are sold or transferred to a company that does not belong to the merchant;
2.7. third country — a country which is not a Member State. 3. the provisions do not apply to the House (room) the movement of animals from one Member State to another, if the natural person responsible for them and they are not moved for commercial purposes. 4. Trade may only be carried out with animals and products that meet the following requirements: 4.1 the requirements of the European Union (annex 1) to trade with the country of destination or national regulations, which introduces those requirements, but the animals and products for which this provision in annex 1 regulations do not comply with the requirements of the Member State of destination;
4.2. they come from businesses, centres or organisations in the food and veterinary service, or the supervision of the competent authority and control;
4.3. they are marked according to the European Union's requirements for the identification and registration of animals and recorded to ensure traceability to the origin or transit company, Centre or organization;
4.4. they are required for the transport of health (health) certificate or other document (hereinafter document) that: 4.4.1. these provisions provided in annex 1 regulations or national laws and regulations which implement those requirements;
4.4.2. established by the beneficiary Member State, if the animals or their products have no set requirements in annex 1 of these rules said laws;
4.5 against the relevant infectious diseases susceptible animals or their products do not come from: 4.5.1. companies, centers and organizations located in areas or regions that are applied to limit animal and animal product movement in connection with any of the rules referred to in annex 2 of the disease occurrence or suspicion of such cases or apply security measures;
4.5.2. companies, centers and organizations located in areas or regions that are applied to limit animal and animal product movement in connection with any of these regulations other than those referred to in annex 2 of the disease occurrence or suspicion of such cases or apply security measures;
4.5.3. the company, which can not meet the requirements of the regulations on animal trade between Member States for additional requirements in respect of these provisions not listed in annex 2 of the infectious disease, if a company or an organization, country or the territory in which the animals or products being transported, recognized as free of the disease in question;
4.5.4. areas in accordance with the rules referred to in point 4.5.3. regulatory requirements have not been recognized as relevant animal infectious diseases, if animals or products are transported to the territory in accordance with the legislation on veterinary requirements of the bovine and porcine beings, which introduces the Council 26 June 1964 directives 64/432/EEC on animal health problems affecting intra-Community trade in bovine animals and swine 9. Article, or other laws or regulations recognized as free of the disease concerned. 5. This provision 4.4. accompanying documents referred to in paragraph shall be issued by the official veterinarian responsible for the establishment, Centre or organization (except the zootechnical documents issued by a recognized breed animals), and accompanying documents shall remain with the consignment of animals or products until it is received by the consignee referred to in the accompanying document. 6. the official veterinarian prior to the issuing of accompanying documents make sure that these rules are observed in point 4.5. 7. One vehicle transporting animals or products to a number of receiving stations, grouped according to the number of the receipt. Each receiving point for the necessary supporting documentation. 8. where animals and products intended for export to third countries of products through the territory of Latvia transported under customs supervision. Animal transport stops if necessary animal welfare requirements. 9. food and veterinary service shall check that: 9.1. animals for slaughter in accordance with these regulations other than those referred to in annex 2 of the eradication program, and from these animal products obtained leave to another Member State;
9.2. the animals and products which must not be distributed in the territory of Latvia's public health or animal health reasons, should not be exported to another Member State. 10. food and veterinary service controlled by companies, trade and collection sites, centers and organizations to make sure that animals intended for trade and the products comply with the provisions referred to in paragraph 4. 11. If you suspect that the legislative requirements are not met, the food and veterinary service shall carry out additional checks. If the suspicion is confirmed, take the appropriate measures, including, business center or the suspension of the Organization and of the export of animals and products from the business interruption. 12. food and veterinary service, or control: 12.1 the holder of animals and products, comply with the rules at all stages of production and marketing;

12.2. the animals are transported in vehicles which meet hygiene requirements. 13. The food and veterinary service and animal products with the provisions in paragraph 4, the control requirements the same way regardless of whether animals and products intended for trade between Member States or for distribution to Latvia. 14. The food and veterinary service issued the day of the animals or products, accompanied by the European Union of the electronic information exchange system shall inform the Member State of destination and the place of receipt, the competent authority for the shipment. 15. in the receipt of animals or products instead of food and veterinary service random checks from other Member States or imported animal products with the requirements of this regulation, while taking samples also studies. 16. the study removes in accordance with Commission decision 94/338/EEC, which lays down detailed requirements for the application of the laws relating to the removal of samples of animals and products at the place of receipt. 17. If food and veterinary service has official information that leads to the suspicion of breaches of the laws relating to animals or products imported in the territory of Latvia or are transported through the territory of Latvia, control can also be performed on animals or products during transport, while also examining the vehicle used for the transport. 18. In the case of animals from another Member State for a recognized market or in the collection centre, this business owner or authorised person shall ensure that no animals that do not meet the requirements of this regulation. The food and veterinary service in random checks of animals accompanying documents in order to verify compliance with these requirements. 19. In the case of animals from another Member State being transported to a slaughterhouse for slaughter under the supervision of the responsible official veterinarian shall ensure that only those are accepted for slaughter animals that meet the requirements of this regulation. 20. The slaughterhouse owner or his authorized person responsible for this rule 4.3, 4.4. requirements set out in subparagraph inappropriate animal slaughter. 21. In the case of animals from another Member State of animals is a registered dealer who divides the cargo, or other enterprise that is not located under constant surveillance, trader or company is considered to be the recipient of the animal and to fulfil this provision in paragraph 24. 22. Traders who deal with animal and product trade between Member States: before the start of trading on 22.1. register with the food and veterinary service;
22.2. create the sent records of animals and products. If animals or products are sent to this provision in paragraph 23 that the company that distributes the loads, the register shall also indicate the future of animals or products requested;
22.3. keep this rule 22.2. the register referred to in point of not less than three years and presented it to the food and veterinary service officials at their request. 23. If the animals from another Member State being transported to the enterprise, the Center or organization, including where the goods of the animals during transport is completely or partially unloaded, each animal or group of animals requires the supporting documentation accompanying the shipment until it is received by the consignee referred to in the accompanying document. 24. This rule 21 and the recipient referred to in paragraph 23, before the cargo division or sale shall verify the compliance with the provisions of 4.3 and 4.4 above, and notify the food and veterinary service of the discrepancies identified, isolated animals until the food and veterinary service shall decide on the further course of action with them. 25. the control of products follow that rule 16, 17, 18, 19, 22, 23 and 24 above. 26. The document accompanying the animals or products specified in the recipient: 26.1.24 hours in advance to inform the food and veterinary service of cargo and its planned receipt time. If it is necessary for control purposes, the food and veterinary service may require it to inform the 48 hours in advance. The above is not to communicate it to the horse, which is European Union legislation documents needed to register the horse trade between Member States;
26.2. at least six months stored in the accompanying documents and presented them to the food and veterinary service officials at their request. 27. If the legislation of the European Union, Latvia or another Member State (where the matter concerned European Union laws do not regulate) the regulations provide for the placing in quarantine of animals, doing it at the place of the animals. 28. food and veterinary service, this provision, paragraph 55 laws in the cases provided for veterinary reasons, can determine that the quarantine must be carried out in a special quarantine facility, and in this case, the food and veterinary service shall inform the European Commission of public health, which this is. 29. Where imported animals and products from third countries (ports, airports and other controls), for each of the following cargo control measures: 29.1. the origin of animals and products inspection of documents;
29.2. the origin of the European Union for the control of animals and products shall apply these rules 17, 18, 19, 22, 23, 24, 25 and 26 above;
29.3. originating in third countries for the control of animals and products applied laws and regulations laying down the veterinary control arrangements for the importation of the animals and products of animal origin from third countries. 30. The animals and products transported by regular, direct means of transport between Latvia and other Member State controls in accordance with this rule 17, 18, 19, 22, 23, 24, 25 and 26 the requirements set out in paragraph. 31. If, during a control receiving of animals or products or during transport, food and veterinary service finds that rule 3. diseases, zoonosis or other infectious animal diseases which may endanger human or animal health, the presence of the agent or that the animal or consignment of products coming from the region, which found an epizootic, or placing in quarantine of animals slaughtered and destroyed. 32. Expenditure for this rule 31. measures referred to in paragraph 1 be chargeable to the consignor, his representative or the person responsible for the load. 33. The food and veterinary service in writing and without delay inform the other Member States and the European Commission on the irregularities detected, the measures taken and their justification. 34. This rule 31 shall apply in the cases referred to in this provision 46., 47, 48, 49, 50, 51 and 52. measures laid down in paragraph 1. 35. If the action in a particular situation is not specified in the laws of the European Union, the food and veterinary service may propose to the European Commission in the Member States joint measures to tackle the situation. 36. If, during a control, the food and veterinary service finds that the animals or products do not meet the European Union's regulatory requirements, but the distribution of the products is not compromised for human or animal health, the person responsible for the load you can choose the following future actions with cargo: 36.1. the keeping of animals and products under supervision until compliance with requirements is confirmed, and if compliance is not achieved, then the application of the measures laid down in the said legislation;
36.2. the slaughter or destruction of the product;
36.3. the shipment of animals or products back to the country of origin, subject to the agreement of the competent authority of the country of origin, after informing the competent authority of the country through which the animals or products are in transit. 37. If cargo accompanying documents do not meet the requirements of this regulation, the person responsible for the load has the ability to fix these inconsistencies, and 72 hours after the end of this period, this provision will apply the requirements of paragraph 36. 38. The rules of 31 and 36 in the cases referred to the food and veterinary service immediately communicate with the animal or the country of origin of the product, the competent authority, to find out what are the control measures taken, the decisions taken and their rationale. 39. If food and veterinary service considers that the competent authorities of the country of origin the measures taken are inadequate, it shared with the country of origin, the competent authority shall assess the measures needed to improve the situation. If necessary, the food and veterinary service may take the examination of the situation in the country of origin. 40. where these rules 31 and 36 violations referred to in paragraph 1 persists, the food and veterinary service shall inform the European Commission and the competent authorities of other Member States. 41. The food and veterinary service may propose to the European Commission to take the following measures: 25.5. send inspection to the establishment of origin of the products;
41.2. ask Member State expert included in the list approved by the European Commission, to examine the situation of animals or products at the point of origin;

41.3. require country of origin, the competent authority to increase the number of products in the establishment of origin of the products. 42. food and veterinary service of the product by the competent authorities of the requested Member State demand increased frequency of control animals and products from the company, or organization, a recognized market or in the collection centre and, if there is a threat to human or animal health, do not issue accompanying documents, as well as stop the movements of the animals or products. 43. The food and veterinary service of the decision taken with regard to animals or products imported from other Member States, and inform the justification the country of origin of the products and the competent authority of dispatch of products. 44. In the event of a dispute, both parties by mutual agreement not later than the month of may submit the dispute for the experts, who included a list of experts of the European Union. Food and Veterinary Office has the right to such expert opinion to receive no later than 72 hours after the sending of the irregularities found, the decisions taken and their rationale. 45. The costs associated with the return shipment, animal housing, insulation, slaughter and destruction shall be chargeable to the consignor, his representative or the person responsible for the load. 46. The food and veterinary service shall immediately inform the other Member States and the European Commission on animal infectious diseases (with the exception of those provisions referred to in annex 3) outbreak in the territory of Latvia or other causes that pose a threat to human or animal health. 47. The food and veterinary service shall inform the other Member States and the European Commission on the rules referred to in annex 3 of the disease outbreaks in the territory of Latvia, using the animal disease notification system. 48. The food and veterinary service, 46 of these regulations in the cases referred to in paragraph shall immediately take the laws and regulations of the European Union on the infectious animal disease control measures, including the protection and surveillance zones to be created, as well as carrying out other measures necessary to improve the situation. 49. If these rules 17, 18, 19, 22, 23, 24, 25 and 26 of the above control measures relating to the animals and products brought into Latvia or carried in transit from other Member States, this provision is found in paragraph 46 that disease or other threat, the food and veterinary service shall act in accordance with this rule 48 and may apply safeguard measures, including animal quarantine. 50. If there is a threat to human or animal health, until the European Commission lays down protective measures, the food and veterinary service may provide interim protective measures in respect of animals or products of the establishment of origin, or an organization, but in the case of an epizootic disease in the European Union the statutory protection zone, which shall be determined in the event of an outbreak of an epizootic disease. 51. the measures taken under this rule 50, the food and veterinary service shall immediately inform the other Member States and the European Commission. 52. food and veterinary service of the European Commission, the implementation of the decisions taken in cases where there is a threat of infectious animal disease or other threat to human or animal health. 53. the company provides food and veterinary service, together with the European Commission and experts of the Member States of the European Union, the ability to perform the following actions: 53.1. check companies, equipment, vehicles and animal tagging and identification processes;
53.2. checking whether staff comply with the requirements of this provision in annex 1 regulations;
53.3. take samples from animals and products intended for sale or offer for sale or transport;
53.4. checking the documents or computers existing information relating to the rules that control measures are taken. 54. in accordance with these regulations also control the trade of animals and products, that are not specific to the requirements of these rules referred to in annex 1 of European Union legislation. 55. the Ministry of agriculture shall inform the European Commission and the other Member States of laws and regulations that apply to these rules Latvia 54 animals and products referred to in the trade. 56. For the offences of the person called to the liability legislation. 57. the rules shall enter into force on 1 May 2004. 58. Of the bovine, porcine, ovine and caprine traders who brought up this trade provision into force until 1 July 2004, to register with the food and veterinary service. Informative reference to European Union directive rules included provisions deriving from Council of 26 June 1990 directive 90/425/EEC concerning veterinary and zootechnical checks applicable in intra-Community trade in certain live animals and products with a view to the completion of the internal market. Prime Minister, Deputy Prime Minister a. Minister of Agriculture shlesers m. rose annex 1: Cabinet of Ministers of 18 March 2004, regulations No 143 of European Union regulations, which are under control of animals, semen, ova and embryos of trade i. veterinary (except the zootechnical) no animals or PO box products to European Community legislation 1. Bovine (cows) and pigs Council 26 June 1964 Directive 64/432/EEC on animal health problems affecting intra-Community trade in bovine animals and swine 2. Bovine semen Council 14 June 1988 Directive 88/407/EEC laying down the animal health conditions applicable to frozen semen of domestic animals of the bovine species for internal trade and imports into the community of 3. ova and embryos of the bovine Council 25 September 1989 directive 89/556/EEC on animal health conditions governing intra-Community trade in embryos of domestic animals of the bovine species, and imports from third countries of equidae 4 Council 26 June 1990 directive 90/426/EEC on animal health conditions governing the movement of equidae and importation from third countries of semen of Boars 5 Council 26 June 1990 directive 90/429/EEC laying down the animal health requirements applicable to intra-Community trade in and imports of semen of domestic animals of the porcine species 6. "day-old chicks and hatching eggs of the Council of 15 October 1990 directive 90/539/EEC on animal health conditions governing trade in poultry and hatching eggs in the community and imports from other third countries 7. Aquaculture animals and products the Council of 28 January 1991 Directive 91/67/EEC concerning the animal health conditions governing the placing on the market of aquaculture animals and products 8. ovine and caprine animals in Council of 28 January 1991 Directive 91/68/EEC on animal health conditions governing intra-Community trade in ovine and caprine animals 9. Other animals and their semen, ova and embryos of the Council of 13 July 1992 Directive 92/65/EEC laying down the health requirements for the animals, semen, ova and embryos of the trade in and imports into the community, not subject to animal health requirements laid down in specific Community rules referred to in Directive 90/425/EEC in Annex A (I). all animal groups 10 Council of 19 November 1991 Directive 91/628/EEC concerning the protection of animals during transport amending Directive 90/425/EEC and 91/496/EEC of 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 (II). No PO box zootechnical requirements or Animal products the European Community acts 11. Bovine (cows) Council 1977 25 July Directive 77/504/EEC on pure-bred breeding animals of the bovine species Council of 25 March 1991 Directive 91/174/EEC laying down zootechnical and pedigree requirements for the marketing of pure-bred animals and amending Directives 77/504/EEC and 90/425/EEC 12. pigs Council of 19 December 1988 Directive 88/661/EEC on the zootechnical standards applicable to breeding animals of the porcine species 13. Sheep and goats of the Council of 30 May 1989 directive 89/361/EEC on pure-bred breeding sheep and goats equidae 14 Council 26 June 1990 directive 90/427/EEC on the zootechnical and genealogical conditions governing intra-Community trade in equidae Minister of Agriculture m. Roze annex 2 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 18 March 2004, regulations No 143 infections animal disease, in which case requires emergency action associated with territory (the Member State, region or zone) limitations 1. Foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) 2. Classical swine fever (CSF) 3. African swine fever (ASF) 4. Swine vesicular disease (SVD) 5. Newcastle disease (ND) 6. Rinderpest 7. Small ruminants plague (PPR) 8. Vesicular stomatitis (VS) 9. Blue tongue disease 10. African horse sickness (AHS) 11. Viral equine encephalomyelitis 12. Teschen disease 13. Avian influenza 14. Sheep and goat pox 15. Lumpy skin dermatitis 16. Rift Valley fever

17. Infectious bovine pleuropneumonia Minister of Agriculture m. Roze annex 3 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 18 March 2004, regulations No 143 infections animal disease, which in the case of the food and veterinary service shall inform the other Member States and the European Commission, through the animal disease notification system (adns) 1. Foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) 2. Classical swine fever (CSF) 3. African swine fever (ASF) 4. Swine vesicular disease (SVD) 5. Newcastle disease (ND) 6. Rinderpest 7. Small ruminants plague (PPR) 8. Vesicular stomatitis (VS) 9. Blue tongue disease
10. African horse sickness (AHS) 11. Teschen disease 12. Avian influenza 13. Sheep and goat pox 14. Lumpy skin dermatitis 15. Rift Valley fever 16. Infectious bovine pleuropneumonia 17. Infectious salmon anemia 18. Infectious haematopoietic necrosis 19. Viral haemorrhagic septicaemia Minister of Agriculture m. rose