The Board of the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC) has made changes to the unified veterinary requirements relating to the export of animals outside the EAEU. Now it is possible to travel with animals outside the country of the EAEU without additional inspection.
According to the press service of the EEC, the list of veterinary requirements when imported into the territory of the EAEU will be reduced. The changes will affect only the transportation of dogs, cats, rabbits and fur animals.
At the same time, the validity period of the clinical examination mark will be increased to 14 days. Thus, owners of dogs and cats will be able to travel with animals outside the country of the union without additional clinical examination by a veterinarian.
The changes also provide for the introduction of compulsory vaccination of mink against pseudomonosis, since this disease is characterized as infectious.
All changes were adopted in connection with the harmonization of common veterinary requirements according to international standards.
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