Oman bans import of live birds from several countries

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The Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Water Resources (MAFWR) issued a decision banning the import of live birds, their products, derivatives and offal from some countries.

The list included the following countries: the Republic of Hungary, Bolivia, Austria, Saeki in Oita Prefecture in Japan, Coddington in South Dakota and Anderson in South Carolina in United States of America, and Afyon in the Republic of Turkey.

The ban and the issuance of a decision will apply until further notice, with the exception of products that are thermally treated in accordance with the Health Law for Terrestrial Animals issued by the World Organization for Animal Health “OIE”.

This decision was based on the Veterinary Quarantine Law issued by Royal Decree No. (45/2004), the executive regulations of the Veterinary Quarantine Law issued by Ministerial Resolution No. (107/2008), and the reports issued by the World Organization for Animal Health (OIE), and the recommendation of the veterinary authority. concerned with banning the import of live birds, their products, derivatives and offal.

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