Four Commission decisions relating to avian influenza (OJ links)

October 21, 2005

Brussels, 20 October 2005

Commission Decision of 17 October 2005 laying down additional requirements for the surveillance of avian influenza in wild birds (notified under document number C(2005) 3877) (OJ L4/93 20.10.2005).
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Commission Decision of 17 October 2005 approving the programmes for the implementation of Member States' surveys for avian influenza in poultry and wild birds during 2005 and laying down reporting and eligibility rules for the Community financial contribution to the implementation costs of those programmes (notified under document number C(2005) 3920) (OJ L4/95 20.10.2005).
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Commission Decision of 19 October 2005 concerning certain protection measures in relation to a suspicion of highly pathogenic avian influenza in Turkey and repealing Decision 2005/705/EC (notified under document number C(2005) 4135) (OJ L4/102 20.10.2005).
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Commission Decision of 19 October 2005 laying down biosecurity measures to reduce the risk of transmission of highly pathogenic avian influenza caused by Influenza virus A subtype H5N1 from birds living in the wild to poultry and other captive birds and providing for an early detection system in areas at particular risk (notified under document number C(2005) 4163) (OJ L4/105 20.10.2005).
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