Request for action on imports of unauthorised GMOs into the EU: Environment Council, 23 October

October 25, 2006

Brussels, 24 October 2006

57th Council Meeting - Environment. Luxembourg, 23 October 2006
Provisional version

The Belgian delegation, supported by the Austrian, Spanish, Hungarian, Cypriot, Luxembourg and Polish delegations, asked the European Union to discuss as soon as possible within the institutions (Regulatory Committee under Directive 2001/18/EC and Standing Committee on the Food Chain and Animal Health) concrete actions and/or measures to avoid and acquire the means of checking for the presence of unauthorised GMOs (14030/06).

EU Council
News release 13989/06 (Presse 287)

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