Commission decision on protection measures against suspicion of avian influenza in Croatia (OJ link)

October 26, 2005

Brussels, 25 October 2005

Commission Decision of 24 October 2005 concerning certain protection measures in relation to a suspicion of highly pathogenic avian influenza in Croatia (notified under document number C(2005) 4229) (OJ L280/23 25.10.2005).
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Article 1 1. Member States shall suspend the importation from the territory of Croatia of:

- live poultry, ratites, farmed and wild feathered game, live birds other than poultry as defined in Article 1, third indent, of Decision 2000/666/EC , including birds accompanying their owners (pet birds), and hatching eggs of these species,

- fresh meat of wild feathered game,

- meat preparations and meat products consisting of or containing meat of wild feathered game,

- raw pet food and unprocessed feed material containing any parts of wild feathered game,

- eggs for human consumption,

- non-treated game trophies from any birds, and

- unprocessed feathers and parts of feathers.


Article 3

Member States shall immediately take the necessary measures to comply with this Decision and publish those measures. They shall immediately inform the Commission thereof.

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