Previously, the country had imposed temporary bans on some areas in Bulgaria, Korea, Ukraine, Germany, Northern Ireland, Poland, Romania, Iran, Sweden, Vietnam, Iraq, India, Wales, France and Belgium.
The agency said the Azerbaijan Food and Safety Agency had stopped importing poultry and poultry products from the Czech Republic, Germany, England and Bulgaria.
The ban follows a warning from the local Animal Health Organization against infectious animals that may enter Azerbaijan from other countries.
According to the organization, avian influenza has been reported in the Stradeszky Territorial Units in the Czech Republic, Brandenburg, Germany, the North East of England and the Pleven in Bulgaria.
In this regard, the agency has imposed temporary restrictions on the import of all types of live birds and poultry products from the indicated areas.
Meanwhile, Azerbaijan has appealed to the State Customs Committee to take appropriate action to strengthen the control of vehicles passing through the Czech Republic, Germany, England and Bulgaria.
Previously, the agency had imposed a temporary ban on the import of birds into Azerbaijan from Bulgaria, Korea, Ukraine, Germany, Northern Ireland, Poland, Romania, Iran, Sweden, Vietnam, Iraq, India, Wales, France and Belgium. Local Animal Health Organization Alert.
Created in 2017 by the Azerbaijan Food Safety Agency, it is a central executive authority that regulates food safety standards, risk assessment, official official registration of food products, their packaging materials, and food safety certificates for exported food products. It is also responsible for state control over food security and protection of consumer rights over food products at all stages of the food supply chain, including food production, distribution, packaging, storage, transportation, marketing, utilization and services in the catering sector. Implement and regulate utilization and utilization, as well as state policy in the areas specified.