Draft Agenda of the GMO Panel -- 13-14 September 2005

September 12, 2005

Brussels, 09 Sep 2005

21ST PLENARY MEETING OF THE SCIENTIFIC PANEL ON GENETICALLY MODIFIED ORGANISMS

Meeting date: 13-14 September 2005

Venue: Brussels

Draft Agenda

  • Welcome, apologies for absence

  • Adoption of the agenda

  • Declarations of interest

  • Adoption of the minutes of the 20th plenary meeting held on 5-6 July 2005

  • Feedback from EFSA

  • Feedback from the Commission

  • Discussion and possible adoption of opinions on:
    • 7.1 Question from the Commission on the safety and efficacy of the enzyme preparation Phytase SP 1002 for use as feed additive for piglets, pigs for fattening, sows, chickens for fattening, turkeys and laying hens (co-opinion of FEEDAP and GMO Panels)

    • 7.2 Question from the Commission on the safety and efficacy of the enzymatic preparation Phyzyme XP for use as feed additive for chickens for fattening (co- opinion of FEEDAP and GMO Panels)

    • 7.3 Question from the Commission on MS8, RF3 and MS8 x RF3 oilseed rape (application C/BE/96/01 under Directive 2001/18/EC )
  • New requests to EFSA: discussion and adoption of mandates

    • 8.1 Application EFSA-GMO-NL-2005-18: A04-12 Soybean under Regulation 1829/2003

    • 8.2 Application EFSA-GMO-UK-2005-19: GA21 maize under Regulation 1829/2003
  • Interaction with Member States as regards the environmental risk assessment of GMOs for cultivation submitted under Regulation 1829/2003

  • Update on applications received under Directive 2001/18/EC and under Regulation (EC) 1829/2003

  • Appointment of rapporteurs for new questions

  • Stakeholder issues

  • Date and place of future meetings

  • Any other business

    European Food Safety Authority -- EFSA
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