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United Kingdom: new scheme for the surveillance of Aujeszky’s Disease

The current state aid scheme (N699/1992) administered by Defra closes on 31st December 2014.

Wednesday 17 December 2014 (3 years 2 months 4 days ago)

GB has been recognised as free of Aujeszky’s Disease since 1991. Defra carries out a surveillance programme to ensure that GB maintains its status as an Aujeszky’s Disease free zone. In particular, this involves collecting samples from cull-boar submitted to abattoirs for slaughter and testing these for the presence of Aujeszky’s Disease.

The current state aid scheme (N699/1992) administered by Defra closes on 31st December 2014. New agriculture state aid regulations were agreed by the Commission at the end of July 2014 (EC 704/2014). Paragraph 735(b) of the guidelines accompanying these regulations confirms that existing schemes need to close and, if continued, be registered in line with the new regulations.

Monday December 15, 2014/ DEFRA/ United Kingdom.
https://www.gov.uk/

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