Changes to the Veterinary Act Meet Minimal EU Expectations
Brussels, 29 November - EU/SLOVENIA/MEAT
If changes to the Slovene veterinary act are adopted in the proposed form on Tuesday, at least minimal EU criteria and expectations of the European Commission will be met, said Slovene Agriculture Ministry State Secretary Franc But and Director of the Slovene Veterinary Administration (VURS) Zoran Kovac after the talks with the European Commission in Brussels on Monday. The changes to the veterinary act are to be adopted by the parliament on Tuesday in a fast-track procedure. Slovenia could avoid the threatened embargo on red meat exports with immediate and efficient implementation of the act.
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