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Republic of Serbia Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management. General presentation of the Veterinary Directorate Dr. Miroslav MARINKOVI Ć , CVO. COMPETENT AUTHORITY. The MAFWM - Ministe r - D r Slobodan Milosavljević Within the Ministry - the Veterinary Directorate –

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Republic of SerbiaMinistry of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management

General presentation of the Veterinary Directorate

Dr. Miroslav MARINKOVIĆ, CVO


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COMPETENT AUTHORITY

  • The MAFWM

    - Minister - Dr Slobodan Milosavljević

  • Within the Ministry

    - the Veterinary Directorate –

    Miroslav Marinković, Dr.vet.med.spec.


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COMPETENCES

  • Animal health

  • Animal welfare

  • Veterinary Public Health and Food Safety

  • Protection and improvement of environment and nature


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REPUBLIC OF SERBIA

MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE, FORESTRY AND WATER MANAGEMENT

Minister

ADVISORS

VETERINARY DIRECTORATE

Director – Chief Veterinary Officer - CVO

DEPARTMENT FOR INTERNATIONAL TRADE AND COOPERATION

HEAD OF DEPT.

DEPARTMENT FOR BORDER VETERINARY INSPECTION

HEAD OF DEPT.

DEPARTMENT FOR VETERINARY INSPECTION

HEAD OF DEPT.

DEPARTMENT FOR VETERINARY PUBLIC HEALTH

HEAD OF DEPT.

UNITE FOR LEGAL AND GENERAL AFFAIRS

CHIEF OF THE UNIT

UNITE FOR FINANCE AND ADMIN.

CHIEF OF THE UNIT

DEPARTMENT FOR ANIMAL HEALTH AND WELFARE

HEAD OF DEPT.

CENTER FOR CONTROL AND PREVENTION OF PARTICULARLY DANGEROUS INFECTIOUS DISEASES

CHIEF OF THE CENTER

UNIT FOR VETERINARY SERVICES

CHIEF OF THE UNIT

INSPECTION GROUP FOR ANIMAL HEALTH AND ANIMAL WELFARE

CHIEF OF THE GROUP

INSPECTION GROUP FOR QUALITY AND SAFETY OF PRODUCTS OF ANIMAL ORIGIN AND BY-PRODUCTS

CHIEF OF THE GROUP

INSPECTION GROUP FOR EXPORT ESTABLISHMENTS

CHIEF OF THE GROUP

UNITE FOR PRODUCTION AND TRADE CONTROL OF DRUGS AND MEDICAL DEVICES FOR USE IN VET. MED.

CHIEF OF THE UNIT

UNIT FOR

EPIZOOTIOLOGY

AND ANIMAL WELFARE

CHIEF OF THE UNIT

UNIT FOR

MONITORING OF CONTAGIOUS ANIMAL DISEASES

CHIEF OF THE UNIT

UNIT FOR RECORD KEEPING AND REGISTRATION OF ANIMALS AND HOLDINGS

CHIEF OF THE UNIT

REGIONAL BORDER INSPECTION POST (BIP’S)

6 - CHIEF OF THE UNITS

VETERINARY INSTITUTES / LABS

ANIMAL HEALTH

RESIDUE MONITORING

FOOD SAFETY

REGIONAL VETERINARY INSPECTION OFFICES

25 - CHIEFS OF THE UNITS

LOCAL

BORDER

VETERINARY INSPECTORS

LOCAL

EXPORT ESTABLISHMENTS

VETERINARY INSPECTORS

LOCAL

FOOD SAFETY

VETERINARY INSPECTORS

LOCAL

ANIMAL HEALTH AND WELFARE

VETERINARY INSPECTORS

VETERINARY STATIONS

VETERINARY PRACTICE


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Organigramme

DIRECTOR

5 Departments:

  • Animal Health and Welfare

  • Veterinary Public Health

  • Veterinary Inspection

  • Border Veterinary Inspection

  • International Trade and Cooperation

    3 Units + 1 Centre:

  • Veterinary Services

  • Legal and General Affairs

  • Finance and Administration

  • Centre for Control and Prevention of Particularly Dangerous Diseases



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STRUCTURE OF VETERINARY ORGANIZATIONS



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PRIVATIZATION OF THE PUBLIC STATIONS

  • Law on Privatization

  • Law on Veterinary Matters

  • Decision of Government of Republic of Serbia

    • method and manner of privatization

  • Law on Public Auction (tender sale is not possible because a small estimation of capital funds)

  • Regulation on Public Auction

  • Regulation on Capital Fund Estimation

    Cooperation between competent Ministry and Veterinary

    Directorate in order to protect veterinary service and

    provide continuity and quality of veterinary activity.


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PUBLIC AUCTION

  • Sale of capital fund at a public auction

  • Carried out by Agency for Privatization

    • decision

    • materials at the expense of firm

    • public call

    • auction


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PRIVATIZATION OF PUBLIC STATION

  • started in December 2007

  • 25 public veterinary stations have been privatized

  • Auction for 31 veterinary station is schedule until the end of June 2008

  • Privatization of all veterinary station until the end of 2008

  • Most expensive veterinary station - sold for 1.100.000 €

  • Average 100.000-150.000 €


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PRIVATIZATION

  • Public and Private Veterinary Stations are equal

  • Renounce of activities prescribed by Animal Health Protection Measures Program according to the public auction, announced by the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management

  • Commission carry out a contest

  • Minister makes a Decision


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PARTICIPANTS IN THE VETERINARY ACTIVITIES AND THEIR ORGANIZATIONAL FORMS

Law on Veterinary Matters

Legal entity shall be established as:

  • veterinary practice;

  • veterinary station;

  • veterinary clinic;

  • veterinary pharmacy;

  • animal breeding and artificial insemination centres and

  • laboratory


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PARTICIPANTS IN THE VETERINARY ACTIVITIES AND THEIR ORGANIZATIONAL FORMS

Law on Veterinary Matters

A licensed veterinarian that is not otherwise employed may establish:

  • veterinary practice if the requirements relating to facilities, premises and equipment for establishing a veterinary practice are fulfilled;

    2) veterinary pharmacy if the requirements relating to facilities, premises and equipment for establishing a veterinary pharmacy are fulfilled.


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REGISTRY ORGANIZATIONAL FORMS

Law on Veterinary Matters

Legal entity shall be registered in:

  • Registry of business operators

  • Registry of Legal entities, which is kept by the Ministry

    If fulfil the requirements related to:

  • qualified personnel,

  • premises (facility),

  • technical conditions

  • related equipment.


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REGISTRY ORGANIZATIONAL FORMS

Law on Veterinary Matters

Registration

Registration is carried out on the basis of the request that a legal

Entity files with the Ministry and a decision of the Minister

confirming compliance with the Requirements for performing

veterinary activities.

Removal from the Registry

A legal entity shall be removed from the Register if it, on its own

decision, ceases performing veterinary activities, or if it ceases to

comply with the stipulated veterinary requirements.


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VETERINARY PROFESSIONALS ORGANIZATIONAL FORMS

Law on Veterinary Matters

Veterinarian professionals are:

  • veterinarians - who has obtained a diploma of the VII degree of professional education and who has passed the experts’ exam may perform veterinary activities. Total number -3722

  • veterinary technicians - who has obtained a high school diploma of the IV degree of professional education and has passed the experts’ exam assists veterinarians

  • performs activities under veterinarian supervision and

  • may, under special circumstances, independently carry out certain surgicalprocedures (castration of swine).

    Veterinary technicians shall not:

  • carry out surgical procedures,

  • make diagnoses,

  • prescribe treatment

  • not use medicines without supervision.


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VETERINARY PROFESSIONALS ORGANIZATIONAL FORMS

Law on Veterinary Matters

INTERSHIP

Veterinarians and veterinary technicians shall not carry out veterinary activities

independently before they have served a veterinary internship and passed the

experts’exam.

The internship periodshall last for:

  • veterinarians -one year

  • veterinary technicians -6months

    Veterinarians and veterinary technicians upon the completion of internship and

    beforethey completethe experts’ exam up to one year, shall be allowed to carry out

    certainveterinary activities under thedirect supervision of a veterinarian.

    EXPERT’S EXAM

    Upon the completion of the internship, veterinarians and veterinary technicians shall

    pass the experts’ exam within a period of 1 year.

    Veterinarians and veterinary technicians shall take the experts’ exam in the presence

    of an Examining Board formed by the Minister.


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DISEASE SURVEILANCE ORGANIZATIONAL FORMS

Law on Veterinary Matters

Measures for Preventing Outbreaks of Infectious Diseases of

Animals

In order to protect animal and human health from animal diseases

that can be transmitted to humans and to improve then activities

related to the protection of animal health, documents for planning

shall be designed.

Planning documents referred to in paragraph 1 of this Article are:

  • Long-term strategy for animal health protection;

  • Programme of measures for protection of animal health;

  • Special animal health protection programmes.


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DISEASE SURVEILANCE ORGANIZATIONAL FORMS

Law on Veterinary Matters

Long-term Strategy for Animal Health Control

The Government shall bring the Long-term strategy for animal

health control for a period of 5 years.

The Long-term strategy shall stipulate the scope of measures for

animal health protection an diagnostic methods for infectious

disease for protection of animals against infectious diseases that can

be transmitted to humans, stipulate the financial resources for its

implementation that shall be provided from the budget of the

Republic.


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DISEASE SURVEILANCE ORGANIZATIONAL FORMS

Law on Veterinary Matters

Special Animal Health Protection Programmes

Special animal health protection programmes shall be established in

the case of outbreaks of extremely dangerous infectious and exotic

diseases and for the prevention of the spread of endemic diseases.


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DISEASE SURVEILANCE ORGANIZATIONAL FORMS

Law on Veterinary Matters

PROGRAMME OF MEASURES FOR PROTECTION OF ANIMAL HEALTH

In order to:prevent the occurrence, early detection, spreading, monitoring,

suppression and eradication of contagious animal diseases the Minister shall

prescribe the Programme of Measures for Animal Health Protection at the latest

by the end of January of the current year.

The Programme of Measures shall stipulate:

  • the concrete measures,

  • deadlines,

  • modes of implementation,

  • operators that shall implement the measures,

  • source sand disposal of funds

  • mode of control of the implementation of measures.

    Protection of humans against infectious diseases that can be transmitted from

    animals to humans shall be organised and implemented in cooperation with the

    state administration bodies, other organisations and institutions in charge of health

    matters.


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DISEASE SURVEILANCE ORGANIZATIONAL FORMS

Law on Veterinary Matters

Tender for the implementation of the Programme of Measures

The Programme of Measures for Animal Health Protection related activities, defined as a matter

of public interest, shall be offered to legal entities through a tender procedure launched by the

Ministry and published in ‘Official Gazette of the Republic of Serbia’.

Tender procedures shall not be launched for the following:

  • duties performed by the National Laboratory;

  • duties performed by public veterinary practices or veterinary stations referred to in Article 15 of this Law;

  • duties performed by the veterinary service;

  • vaccination of dogs and cats against rabies.

    The Public Tender referred to in paragraph 1 of this Article shall include:

  • the type of public matters for which the tender shall be launched for;

  • implementation timeframe;

  • proof of compliance with requirements related to experience, results, and previous meeting of deadlines;

  • deadline for making and publishing a decision on selection of legal entity;

  • mode of communicating the results of the tender procedure.

    The tender referred to in paragraph 1 of this Article shall be managed by a Commission formed

    by the Minister. The Minister shall approve the selection of a legal entity to implement the

    related public matters activities. Results of the Tender are published in the ‘Official Gazette of

    the Republic of Serbia’.


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DISEASE SURVEILANCE ORGANIZATIONAL FORMS

Law on Veterinary Matters

Contracts on Businesses of Public Interest

Following the decision on selection, the Ministry shall conclude the contract

with the legal entity authorised to implement the related businesses of

public interest defining the following:

  • businesses of public interest that are subject of the contract;

  • area of implementation of businesses of public interest;

  • veterinarians that shall perform the related activities;

  • methods, modes, and procedures for implementation of businesses of public interest;

  • mutual rights, duties, and responsibilities;

  • office hours and the method of providing continual protection of animal health;

  • contract validity period;

  • sources of financing of businesses of public interest.


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PROGRAM OF MEASURES ORGANIZATIONAL FORMSFOR THE ANIMAL HEALTH PROTECTION 2008

  • Identification and registration of animals, holdings and entering data in Central data base

  • Zoo-sanitary and bio-safety measures

  • Active surveillance

  • Immune prophylaxis measures

    - vaccination CSF, ND, Rabies

  • Diagnostic testing

    - highly contagious diseases and zoonoses;

    - bovine animals for Brucellosis, Tuberculosis, Enzootic Bovine Leucosis and

    Blue Tonguedisease

    - ovine and caprine for Brucellosis and Blue Tongue disease;

    - Trichinelosis, Salmonelosls, Fowl Typhoid, Avian influenza, Avian

    Chlamidiosis, Equidae infectious anemia, Leptospirosis, Q

    fever, fish disease and bee disease and infection of bovine and ovine caused

    by aerobe and anaerobe;

  • Abortus program

  • Diagnostic testing in centers for artificial insemination

    - bovine and pigs and diagnostic testing of breeding bulls and boars, intended

    for natural mating.


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PROGRAM OF MEASURES ORGANIZATIONAL FORMSFOR THE ANIMAL HEALTH PROTECTION FOR THE YEAR 2008

10. PLAN ON UNDERTAKING THE IMMUNE PROPHYLAXIS MEASURES AND DIAGNOSTIC CHECKS

Undertaking of the activities according to the Program of Measures shell is carried

out by Veterinary organizations contracted by the Ministry, with the exception of

vaccination of dogs and cats which can be carried out by all veterinary organization

according to the law.

Veterinary Services shall conduct the Program of Measures for their own animal

husbandry.

Before conducting of immune prophylaxis measures and diagnostic checks veterinary

organizations and veterinary services have to prepare plan and deliver it to the

competent veterinary inspector. One copy of the plan verified by the authorized

person from the veterinary organization and veterinary inspector have to be

submitted to the competent institute. Institute compiles all received reports and

report verified by signature and seal of the authorized person in the Institute and by

Chief of veterinary inspection submits to the Ministry.


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ANIMAL HEALT CONTROL - 2008 ORGANIZATIONAL FORMS

  • Animal Health CTRL program – continous education

    • Written procedures/instructions for every program (per species)

    • Trainning of trainners (central level)

      • Chief of regional vet. inspection

      • Epizootiologists

    • Local trainnings

      • Headed by Chief of regional vet. inspection

      • Vet. Stations

      • Vet. Institutes

      • Vet. inspectors

    • Distribution of instructions

      • Hands outs

      • CD

      • Internet

      • V.I.M.S./LEGISLATIVE


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ANIMAL HEALTH PROGRAM IN 2008 ORGANIZATIONAL FORMS

  • Poultry

    • Avian Influenza

      • Approximation of legislative (2005/95/EC),

      • Contingency Plan/Manual

      • Strengthening of field activities (equipment, mobile teams for monitoring/eradication)

      • Surveillance/Monitoring programs (poultry, wild birds, migratory birds)

      • Diagnostic capacity building (3 labs with real time RT-PCR, 2 with BS L3)

      • Rapid response (eradication) specialized teams

      • awareness campaign

      • Crisis management and communication


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ANIMAL HEALTH PROGRAM IN 2008 ORGANIZATIONAL FORMS

  • Poultry

    • Newcastle Disease

      • November 2006-June 2007: 8 outbreaks

      • 2008: NO outbreaks

      • Compulsory vaccination

        • Farms (holdings with more than 350 animals)

        • Holdings (State budget, free for owners)

        • New procedures

        • Document management

      • Registration of holdings

        • Central data base (VIMS)


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ANIMAL HEALTH PROGRAM IN 2008 ORGANIZATIONAL FORMS

  • PIGS

    • SCF: new strategy for eradication

      • stage 1 : vaccination policy on 2006/07/08

        • New legislation in preparation

        • Sustainable financing

        • Control of vaccination (traceability, laboratory investigation – holdings, farms, slaughterhouses)

        • Improvement of biosecurity measures on farms

        • Movement control

        • Awareness campaign

        • Wildlife control

      • stage 2: non vaccination policy

        • New legislation,

        • Full correspondence with EU rules


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ANIMAL HEALTH PROGRAM IN 2008 ORGANIZATIONAL FORMS

  • PIGS

    • vaccination policy on 2006/07/08

      Financed from the budget of Republic of Serbia

      2007 – 4.901.764 pigs (636.248.967 dinars)

      2008 – 1.617.723 (209.980.445 dinars)

      Effects:

    • Significant decreasing of No of outbreaks

      • Start of 2006: 15 weekly (backyard holdings)

      • Vend of 2006: 1-2 weekly (backyard holdings)

      • 2007: 2-4 per month – in total 17

      • 2008: NO cases of outbreaks


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CSF: Information Management ORGANIZATIONAL FORMS

  • Web based unique SW application (ORACLE)

  • Data entered by authorized field vets

    • condition for invoicing!!! 

  • Document management

    1.Vaccination of pigs:

  • 4.664.405 (11. June 2007 – TODAY 2.00. P.M.)

    2. Identification of pigs:

  • New legislation

  • 4.258.266 (11. June 2007 – TODAY 2.00. P.M.)

    3. Registration of holdings:

  • Simultaneously

  • 250.093 holdings (11. June 2007 – TODAY 2.00. P.M.)


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ANIMAL HEALTH PROGRAM IN 2008 ORGANIZATIONAL FORMS

  • Cattle

    • Identification/Registration

      • 2006/2007: finished first tagging campaign

        Until now

        • 1.735.248 identified animals,

        • N542.215 holdings

      • Central Data Base – fully operational

      • Movement Management within CDB - implemented

        • 2007-May –training /instructions

        • 2007/June - start

        • 2007/August-december – full implementation (Program of measures)


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ANIMAL HEALTH PROGRAM IN 2008 ORGANIZATIONAL FORMS

  • Cattle

    • Animal Health Control program

      • Implementation of Regulation 64/432/EEC

        • Brucellosis

        • Bovine tuberculosis

        • Bovine leucosis

          + Mastitis

      • FMD free status(OIE, May 2006 confirmed in May 2007)

      • Rinderpest free status

      • Blue tongue

        • eradication/control program – free status recognized (2004, 2005, 2006)

          • Serological

          • Virological

          • Entomological investigation (sentinel farm, light traps)

        • National legislative

          • Rule book

          • New regulation (drafted) approximation of EU legislation

      • Free status in progress (2008)

        • CBPP


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ANIMAL HEALTH PROJECT IN 2008 ORGANIZATIONAL FORMS

  • Sheep and Goats

    • Identification and registration of small ruminants September 2006 – May 2008 (2.136.172)

    • I&R conducted along with the health control (sampling/testing on Brucelosis)

    • Individual ear tags and sampling for every animal older than 6 months

    • Central data base holds the data of the health control


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ANIMAL HEALTH PROJECT IN 2008 ORGANIZATIONAL FORMS

  • Rabies

    • Oral vaccination of foxes:

      • feasibility study,

      • action plan

    • Vaccination of dogs and cats (obliged)

    • Identification (micrichips/tatoo) (obliged)

    • Procurement of 300.000 vaccine

    • Procurement of 200.000 microchips

    • Passport (2003/803/EC, C(2003)4359)

    • Central data base


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COMPULSORY NOTIFICATION ORGANIZATIONAL FORMSOF ANIMAL DISEASES

Veterinary Directorate

SURVEILLANCE

AND CONTROL

REPORTING

AND AUDIT

Contract

VETERINARIANS

FARMERS


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Animal Health Status ORGANIZATIONAL FORMS


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Animal Health Status ORGANIZATIONAL FORMS


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TRAINING 2008 ORGANIZATIONAL FORMS

  • Disease No of outbreaks

  • 2006 2007 (I-V) 2008


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VETERINARY DIRECTORATE ORGANIZATIONAL FORMS

THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION


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