MPs Oppose Veterinary Certificate for Transports of Animal Fodder Despite BSE Cases

Ljubljana, 31 January - Slovene MPs, who are currently in the midst of discussing the bill on animal fodder, have decided to cross out the article which would have made certificates for transports of animal fodder obligatory. This decision comes despite the fact that two cases of Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy (BSE) have been confirmed in Slovenia in the last three months.

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