Tuesday, November 18, 2014

FYROM Imposes Temporary Ban on Poultry From UK, Germany, Netherlands (Russian Sputnik FYROM Propaganda / FYROM news)

FYROM has introduced a temporary ban on poultry imports from UK, Germany and the Netherlands after the avian influenza was detected in these countries.

MOSCOW, November 18 (Sputnik) — FYROM has introduced a temporary ban on poultry imports from UK, Germany and the Netherlands over the spread of the avian influenza in those countries, FYROM International News Agency reported, citing the Food and Veterinary Agency.

"In our oversight, considering all analyzed samples of caught or dead wild fowl, or poultry kept in different conditions in FYROM, in the past years, we have not detected the presence of this disease. It also hasn't been detected in the region either," the Food and Veterinary Agency informed Monday.

The move comes even though the virus has not been detected in FYROM yet.

The avian influenza was detected at a poultry farm in the central part of the Netherlands last week, with one case being recorded at a duck farm in Yorkshire, UK, on Monday..................http://sputniknews.com/europe/20141118/1014861739.html

***[After the necessary corrections with the name "FYROM"]

***[GREECE recognized this country with the name "FYROM"]
***[UN  resolution A/RES/47/225 of 8 April 1993] 


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  1. WHO braces for bird flu spread in European poultry ...

    The World Health Organization cautioned Nov. 18 that a new kind of bird flu hitting European poultry farms would spread among birds, after Britain confirmed its outbreak was of the same strain as in the Netherlands and Germany.

    Sweden meanwhile ordered farmers to keep hens and other poultry indoors "as a precaution", amid concerns that the highly infectious H5N8 strain is being spread by wild birds.

    "We should all be quite vigilant," Elizabeth Mumford, a scientist with the WHO's Global Influenza Programme, told reporters in Geneva.

    She said she "absolutely" expected more bird flocks to fall sick, but said it remained unclear whether the virus will spread to humans.

    Dutch authorities have culled 150,000 hens at an egg farm in Hekendorp, near Utrecht, following an outbreak on Sunday.................http://www.hurriyetdailynews.com/who-braces-for-bird-flu-spread-in-european-poultry.aspx?pageID=238&nID=74525&NewsCatID=359


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