Avian influenza: Implementation of national survey programmes for birds, interim protective measures in Germany and Hungary (OJ links)

February 17, 2006

Brussels, 16 February 2006

Commission Decision of 6 February 2006 on the implementation of survey programmes for avian influenza in poultry and wild birds to be carried out in the Member States in 2006 (notified under document number C(2006) 251) (OJ L46/40 16.2.2006).
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Commission Decision of 15 February 2006 concerning certain interim protection measures in relation to suspected cases of highly pathogenic avian influenza in wild birds in Germany (notified under document number C(2006) 520) (OJ L46/53 16.2.2006).
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Commission Decision of 15 February 2006 concerning certain interim protection measures in relation to suspected cases of highly pathogenic avian influenza in wild birds in Hungary (notified under document number C(2006) 526) (OJ L46/59 16.2.2006).
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Official Journal of the EU, No. L46 16.2.2006

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