The Government Of Great Britain Has Released A Special Leadership For Representatives Of The Equestrian Industry
The government of great britain has promised to support the owners of the racetracks and help navigate in the issues of moving horses from the eu countries, if the brexite is accompanied by the lack of relevant agreements with the european union.
British authorities are trying to minimize risks for the gambling industry related to the work of hippodrols and also consider all possible options for developing the situation in the market after brekesit. To this end, a special guide was issued.
The government of the country also proposed assistance in the framework of the tripartite agreement (tr) between the united kingdom, ireland and france, which is aimed at regulating the rash industry.
The minister for animal protection david ratley commented on the situation:
«The provision of agreements with the eu is still a priority task of the government, but we also consider all possible alternatives, including – no deal. Management will support entrepreneurs, even if the brekes are made without signing the transaction about moving animals. However, in the interests of the eu, to support our initiative to ensure opportunity to participate in equestrian competitions throughout europe».
Julian richmond watson, chairman of the breeders association, believes that the publication of explanatory rules for industry representatives is very important for the preparation of the equestrian industry to operate after the country’s exit from the eu.
The document contains prescriptions regarding animal travel rules. It is assumed that additional blood tests will be required to be held in accordance with european standards. Mandatory is consultation with the veterinarian, as well as the availability of a certificate confirming that animal is great, and a special equestrian passport.
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