Minister of Agriculture: The World Organization for Animal Health (OIE) announces 37 facilities on the list of facilities free of bird flu in Egypt.

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Mr. Al-Qusair, Minister of Agriculture and Land Reclamation, stated that the World Organization for Animal Health “OIE” announced, on its official website yesterday, Monday, the adoption of more Egyptian facilities within List of establishments free from bird flu, bringing the number of establishments so far 1280 one facility in addition to 4 poultry slaughterhouses In total 1280 facility

He stressed that this announcement comes as a crowning achievement for the efforts of the Ministry of Agriculture and Land Reclamation in its keenness to implement international standards, in addition to the vital role played by the poultry industry facilities In Egypt, in its relentless quest to join the empty facilities program and implement the recommendations of the General Authority for Veterinary Services regarding the implementation of international standards for sound health education systems and the implementation of biosecurity measures to expedite the implementation of international standards for sound health education systems. The growth and prosperity of this industry within the framework of supporting and developing livestock in the new republic phase, and supporting Egypt’s leading role at the regional and international levels.

He added that with this announcement, Egypt continues to move towards a qualitative leap in the poultry industry based on scientific methods and following the scientific foundations of the poultry industry in Egypt, to achieve the strategic objectives of the vision of the new Egyptian Republic. And supporting its pioneering role in this industry at the regional level to go global.97130 97130 Al-Qusayr expressed his happiness with this achievement, which bore fruit – since the announcement of the adoption of 14 a facility. Free from bird flu in Egypt in June
– which contributed to the resumption of the export of poultry and its products after A year of stopping since the disease was registered in Egypt in
, where the door has been opened to export poultry, its products and products to some Arab and African countries such as the United Arab Emirates, the sister State of Palestine, Jordan and others I.

On his part, Eng. Mustafa Al-Sayyad, Deputy Minister, confirmed Agriculture for Livestock, Fish and Poultry Wealth, is proud of this announcement, which is the culmination of the Ministry of Agriculture’s march towards developing the poultry industry to go global after achieving self-sufficiency in poultry and its products in the country, in addition to what was achieved in the field of the horse industry by declaring the country free of diseases of the equine species, ostriches, syphilis and equine anemia. And the accreditation of the reference laboratory for the control of poultry production, and the Brucella Research Department of the Animal Health Research Institute as two reference laboratories for the World Organization for Animal Health “OIE”. In the same context, Dr. Abdel Hakim Mahmoud – Chairman of the Board of Directors of the General Authority for Veterinary Services, congratulated the Minister of Agriculture and his deputy for this great achievement that Egypt has achieved at the global level.

He added that for the first time, through this announcement, disease-free facilities are approved Without vaccination, they are the pathogen-free egg production farm of the Agricultural Research Center in Moha Fayoum Governorate and a breeding farm for wild birds and ornamental birds in Giza Governorate, noting that the General Authority for Veterinary Services spares no effort towards carrying out its tasks, which are summed up in developing livestock and protecting them from infectious and epidemic diseases. Scientific and in accordance with international standards issued regarding the control and control of epidemic and cross-border diseases through national immunization programs and various epidemiological surveys using the latest internationally applicable technologies in this field.

The Minister of Agriculture congratulated the General Authority for Veterinary Services and the Agricultural Research Center for this achievement, which comes within the framework of livestock development