Livestock agreement for Baltic states

16 February 2003

The State Food and Veterinary Services of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania signed an agreement in Tallinn in early February under which trade in livestock and livestock products between them will only be allowed according to European Union standards. It is expected that the agreement will take effect in April.

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