EPPO report on notifications of non-compliance (detection of regulated pests)
The EPPO Secretariat has gathered the notifications of non-compliance (as they are now called by FAO ISPM no. 13) received since the previous report (EPPO RS 2001/170) for 2001 from the following countries: Belgium, Germany, Greece, Italy, Netherlands, Spain; and for 2002 from the following countries Algeria, Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom. When a consignment has been re-exported and the country of origin is unknown, the re-exporting country is indicated in brackets. When the occurrence of a pest in a given country is not known to the EPPO Secretariat, this is indicated by an asterisk (*).
The EPPO Secretariat has selected notifications of non-compliance made because of the detection of regulated pests. Other notifications of non-compliance due to prohibited commodities, missing or invalid certificates are not indicated. It must be pointed out that the report is only partial, as many EPPO countries have not yet sent their notifications.