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ORDER OF THE GOVERNMENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF MOLDOVA

of January 22, 2020 No. 27

About approval of Veterinary health requirements concerning additives in sterns for animals

(as amended of the Order of the Government of the Republic of Moldova of 21.12.2023 No. 1047)

Based on article 36 of the Law No. 221/2007 on veterinary and sanitary activities (repeated edition: The official monitor of the Republic of Moldova, 2013, Art. No. 125-129, 396), with subsequent changes, DECIDES: the Government

1. Approve Veterinary health requirements concerning additives in sterns for animals (are applied).

2. In Item 1 of the Order of the Government No. 462/2013 on approval of requirements to sterns (2013, Art. No. 141-144, 551), with subsequent changes, subparagraph one to declare the official monitor of the Republic of Moldova invalid.

3. To impose control of execution of this resolution on the National agency on safety of foodstuff.

Prime Minister

Ion Kiku

Countersigns:

Minister of Agriculture, regional development and environment 

 

Ion Perzhu

 

Approved by the Order of the Government of the Republic of Moldova of January 22, 2020 No. 27

Veterinary health requirements concerning additives in sterns for animals

Veterinary health requirements concerning feed additives for animals (further – Requirements) shift:

- partially Regulations (EU) No. 1831/2003 of the European Parliament and Council of September 22, 2003 about feed additives (the text concerning the EEA) published in the Official magazine of the European Union by L 268 of October 18, 2003 with the last amendments made by Regulations of the Commission (EU) 2015/2294 Commissions of December 9, 2015 (the text concerning the EEA);

- Regulations of the Commission (EU) No. 429/2008 of April 25, 2008 about rules of application of Regulations (EU) No. 1831/2003 of the European parliament and Council about preparation and submission of requests, and also about assessment and authorization of feed additives (the text concerning the EEA) published in the Official magazine of the European Union by L 133 of May 22, 2008;

- Regulations of the Commission (EU) No. 141/2007 of the Commission of February 14, 2007 concerning application for receipt of authorization according to Regulations (EU) No. 183/2005 of the European parliament and Council, units in the sector of forages for animals who make or additives in the market for feeding of animals in category "place koktsidiostata and gistomonostata" (the text concerning the EEA), published in the Official magazine of the European Union by L 43 of February 15, 2007, with the last corrections, according to

Regulations of the Commission about enforcement (EU) No. 1157/2014 of October 29, 2014;

- Regulations of the Commission (EU) No. 892/2010 of October 8, 2010 about the status of some products concerning the feed additives falling under action of Regulations (EU) No. 1831/2003 of the European Parliament and Council (the text concerning the EEA) published in the Official magazine of the European Union by L 266 of October 9, 2010;

- Regulations of the Commission (EU) No. 1876/2006 of December 18, 2006 about temporary or permanent permission to use of certain additives in sterns for animals (the text with reference to the EEA) published in the Official magazine of the European Union by L 360 of December 19, 2006 with the last changes made by Regulations of the Commission about enforcement (EU) No. 403/2013 of May 2, 2013;

- Regulations of Council (EU) No. 1270/2009 of December 21, 2009 about permanent permission to use of certain additives in sterns for animals (the text with reference to the EEA) published in the Official magazine of the European Union by L 339 of December 22, 2009 with the last changes made by Regulations of the Commission about enforcement (EU) No. 2017/1145 of the Commission of June 8, 2017.

Chapter I Scope and terminology

1. These Requirements provide establishment of the regulatory base for introduction on the market and uses of additives in stern for animals, and also setting standards of labeling of additives in forage for animals and premixes for the purpose of providing the basis guaranteeing the high level of environment protection, human health, health and welfare of animals. These Requirements are not applied to:

1) to technology assistants and medicines for veterinary application, except the koktsidiostat and gistomonostat used as feed additives for animals;

2) to the products listed in appendix No. 4.

2. The concepts used in these Requirements have the following values:

additive in sterns for animals – substances, microorganisms or medicines, except primary raw materials for forages and premixes, intentionally added to forage or water;

premixes – the mix of one or several additives for feeding of animals with raw materials for forage or water used as the basic materials which are not intended directly for feeding of animals;

antimicrobic medicines – the substances received in the synthetic or natural way for destruction or suppression of development of microorganisms, for example, bacteria, viruses or fungi and also parasites, in particular protozoa;

koktsidiostata and gistomonostata – the substances intended for destruction or arrest of development of the elementary organisms;

the most admissible level of remaining balance – the maximum content of residual compounds as a result of use of additive in sterns, admissible in foodstuff or on foodstuff;

minor types are animals from whom receive products, except cattle (animal husbandry on milk and meat, including calfs), sheep (animal husbandry on meat), pigs, hens (including laying hens), turkeys and fish, including from family of salmon.

pets and other animals from whom do not receive foodstuff the animals belonging to types which usually feed part or contain people without consumption, except for horses.

Chapter II Classification and use of additives in sterns for animals

Section 1 of Category of additives in sterns for animals

3. Additives in sterns for animals are classified by the following categories depending on their functions and properties:

1) technology additives (the substance added to forage in the technology purposes):

a) preservatives (substances which protect forage from the spoil caused by microorganisms or their metabolites);

b) antioxidants (substances which prolong storage duration of forages for animals and raw materials for forages, protecting them from oxidation);

c) emulsifiers (the substance allowing to create or support uniform mix of two or more immiscible phases in sterns);

d) stabilizers (the substance supporting physical and chemical condition of forages);

e) thickeners (substances which increase viscosity of forage)

f) gel-forming (the substances creating forage consistence by gel formation);

g) the connecting substances (the substances raising capability of particles to be linked);

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