Oie Agreements


    Home > About us > key texts > cooperation agreements These missions are carried out through various activities, including the development of animal health standards, guidelines and recommendations. For example, the OIE`s work in this area is as follows: I have the honour of referring to the provisions of the Marrakesh Agreement establishing the World Trade Organization and, in particular, the agreement on the application of health and plant health measures, which is an integral part of it, including the provisions concerning the Office of International Outbreaks. As witnesses, the well-authorized undersigned drafted this agreement in a single copy on which they affixed their stamps; this original is kept in the archives of the French government and duly certified copies are transmitted diplomatically to the contracting parties. 5.2. Each party takes into account the recommendations of the other party in the development of the final programme to be submitted to its governing body. Only for the use of the media; No official document. . 2.1. WHO sends relevant world health assembly resolutions and recommendations from WHO consultations, workshops and other official meetings to the OIE to the OIE for handing over to OIE members. The Agency is subject to the authority and control of a committee made up of delegates from contracting governments. The composition and tasks of this committee, as well as the organization and powers of the Office, are defined in the statutes of the bodies attached to this agreement and considered to be an integral part of this agreement. .

    OIE public procurement, grants and partial grants awarded by the OIE with European Union (EU) funds 7. The OIE and WTO secretariats can agree on the procedure to be followed when the SPS Committee submits specific questions to the OIE regarding the OIE`s standards, guidelines or recommendations within the meaning of Article 12, paragraph 6 of the SPS agreement. CITES was signed on March 3, 1973 in Washington, D.C. and came into force on July 1, 1975. twitter.com/OIEAnimalHealth www.facebook.com/WorldorganisationforanimalhealthOIE www.youtube.com/user/OIEVideo?feature=mhee www.flickr.com/photos/oie-photos/sets/ As scientific knowledge of pathogens and their pathways of spread increases by the day, new diagnostic techniques become available and control methods are refined, OIE codes and manuals are revised. In developing the OIE`s recommendations, procedures within the OIE encourage the active participation of countries in the development of rules that apply to both others and themselves.