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RE: C I C L Y Re: LY info needed

Dave

Many thanks for your detailed answer about the IPPC.
Can I ask if there is any legal or formal obligation
for government phytosanitary authorities to inform
IPPC when LY is discovered for the first time in a new
country?

Hugh
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--- "Nowell, Dave (AGPP)" <Dave.Nowell@fao.org> wrote:

> Dear John
>
> The IPPC has been around since 1952 :-D and it is
> the international framework
> in which all phytosanitary measures (used to be
> called quarantine
> regulations) are established.
>
> You have complete access (as do the rest of the
> public) to the IPPC website
> at https://www.ippc.int. However, it is important
> that the latest information
> regarding national import requirements be obtained
> from importing countries
> (even if listed on the IPP .... they can and do
> change fairly often with lag
> phases in updating the website!!). All countries
> vary in their ability or
> capacity to comply with the IPPC and associated
> standards, and each country
> has established their own procedures for the
> importation of plants and plant
> products! Whether they are applied, or applied
> consistently, is another
> matter that I am not going to comment on .... We
> have worked / are working
> with a number of countries in the Caribbean, Near
> East and Eastern Europe
> (and other regions) and an increasing number of
> these countries are becoming
> IPPC and ISPM (IPPC standards) compliant.
>
> Each country has the right (what we refer to as the
> "sovereign right") to
> establish any phytosanitary measures they believe is
> technically justified.
> These will vary greatly between countries is both
> content and process. In
> addition, there is a growing tendency for
> phytosanitary import conditions for
> a single commodity to vary for each importing
> country (because perceived
> risks are often different for each country).
> International standards are
> essentially only guidelines on how to work (process
> or concept) and not yet
> specific standards for a specific pest/s or
> commodity/ies - the exception
> being that (ISPM 15) for wood packaging.
>
> Hopefully this background helps a little in
> understanding the process. Let me
> know if there any other queries.
>
> Regards
>
> David
> David Nowell
> IPPC Secretariat
> AGPP-FAO
> vialle delle Terme di Caracalla
> 00100 Rome
> Italy
>
> tel.: +39-06-5705 2034
> mobile: +39-348-257-2924
> fax.: +3906-5705 4819
>
> IPPC: https:\\www.ippc.int <https://www.ippc.int/>
> FAO: http:\\www.fao.org <http://www.fao.org/>
> EcoPort: http:\\www.ecoport.org
> <file://\\www.ecoport.org>
>
>




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