Sunday 10 January 2016

Iraqis ban poultry imports from 24 states

العراق يمنع استيراد الدواجن ومنتجاتها من 24 دوله لاتصدر هذه المواد للعراق
وزارة ازراعه العراقيه منعت استيراد الدواجن ومنتجاتها من 24دوله (القا ئمه ادناه)وذالك بسبب مرض انفلونزا الطيور.علما بان العراق يستود حوالي 75% من استهلاكه من تركيا وايران والبرازيل. علما بان المنتجات البرازيليه الحاصله على ختم المرجعيات الدينيه تدخل العراق عالعراق لوقف الاستيراد من دول الجواروخاصتا من بورن طريق دول الجوار واما ال24 دوله التي منع الاستيراد منها فهي اصلا لاتصدر اي شي يذكر الى اذا كان بركانا فاسو يصدر دواجن للعراق دون علم احد ومن يجرى على وقف استيراد اي شي من دول الجوار

Iraq has extended a ban on imports of frozen and live poultry products to cover two dozen countries, including China and South Africa, the government said on Jan. 10.
Baghdad last month restricted poultry imports from France, where an outbreak of avian flu has been reported. 
“The import of poultry and birds of all kinds ... as well as both types of eggs (table and hatching), feathers and all products that use poultry or their products ... is prohibited,” a government statement said. 
The agriculture ministry could not be contacted for immediate comment, but a ministry spokesman previously said that the ban on French poultry was because of avian flu. 
The affected exporters are Bangladesh, Burkina Faso, Bhutan, China, Egypt, Ghana, Hong Kong, India, Israel, Ivory Coast, Kazakhstan, Laos, Libya, Myanmar, Mexico, Nepal, Niger, Nigeria, North Korea, Palestine, South Africa, South Korea and Vietnam. 

Highly pathogenic H5N1 bird flu first infected humans in 1997 during a poultry outbreak in Hong Kong. Since its re-emergence in 2003 and 2004, H5N1 has spread from Asia to Europe and Africa, causing millions of poultry infections, several hundred human cases and many human deaths.

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