Uk Nz Sanitary Agreement

Decision No 1/2010 of the Joint Veterinary Committee, adopted by the agreement between the European Community and the Swiss Confederation on agricultural trade on 1 2nd, 5, 6, 10 and 11 from Schedule 11 to Appendix 11 of the Agreement (2010/797/ue) The veterinary agreement has been identified as the key to New Zealand`s exports to the sheep and beef sector, as it has established the principle of equivalence of sanitary measures and reduced many potential trade stimuli. It has improved communication and cooperation in health measures and streamlined trade facilitation requirements. The signing of a veterinary agreement between the UK and New Zealand will ensure the safety of farmers and exporters, says Sam McIvor, CEO of Beef-Lamb New Zealand. It had improved communication and cooperation on health measures and streamlined trade requirements. The same would be true for the United Kingdom. Agreement establishing an association between the European Community and the countries of the EU, one part and the Republic of Chile, on the other hand (Annex IV – Agreement on health and plant health measures applicable to the trade in animals and animal products, Plants, plant products and other products and animal welfare) In order to ensure the continuity and stability of trade agreements, New Zealand and the United Kingdom have signed bilateral agreements: the agreements will ensure the continuation of New Zealand`s agreements with the United Kingdom when it was part of the EU. For more details on the veterinary agreement and the mutual recognition agreement, click here (external link). These include the possibility of not concluding trade and political agreements between the UK and the EU by the end of 2020. One of the preparations is to overhaul the EU`s current plant health and protection agreements with the UK. This will ensure that these rules do not change suddenly for exporters when EU legislation no longer applies to the UK. The signing of the Veterinary Agreement and the Agreement on Mutual Recognition of Compliance Assessment Bodies means that products imported into the UK after Brexit will be treated in the same way as they are currently covered by EU legislation, ensuring that trade between the UK and New Zealand works smoothly.

The Press Association expects up to 36 countries to sign these agreements with the UK. Implementation decision (EU) 2015/1084 of the Commission of 18 February 2015 approving certain amendments to Schedules II, V, VII and VIII of the agreement between the European Community and New Zealand on health measures applicable to trade in live animals and animal products These agreements are expected to come into force on the date of the end of the transition period. They will ensure that New Zealand`s current agreements with the United Kingdom continue as a result of similar agreements previously concluded between New Zealand and the EU. (Read a statement with more details on the veterinary agreement and the mutual recognition agreement. Sam McIvor, CEO of B-LNZ, said New Zealand is one of the UK`s oldest and most important trading partners and that signing the agreement will provide security for farmers and exporters. „The United Kingdom accounts for NZ$560 million of exports from the sheep meat-dominated sector, representing 85% of this total.“ These agreements will come into force when the UK`s transitional period ends on 31 December 2020 and the UK is no longer subject to EU rules. Decision No 2/2000 of the EC-Mexico Joint Council of 23 March 2000: Article 20 on health and plant health measures establishes the SPS Special Committee until 31 December 2020 and the terms of trade between New Zealand and the United Kingdom remain unchanged.