Serbia: FAIRS Export Certificate Report

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This report provides guidance on the certificate requirements for agricultural and food products imported into the Serbian market and includes the certificates that are standardized between the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management (MAFWM) in Serbia and the relevant U.S. authorities (USDA/APHIS, USDA/FSIS, USDA/AMS, and FDA). In 2018, USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) and the Serbian Veterinary Directorate standardized four health certificates: health certificate for imports canned pet food, health certificate for imports processed pet food, health certificate for imports dog chews and health certificate for imports registered equidae for breeding and production from the U.S. to Serbia. Sections that have been updated include Sections I, II and Appendix I.

Serbia: FAIRS Export Certificate Report

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