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Monday, December 06, 2004
source: Evenimentul Zilei
Romania will have to export a lower number of horses to the European Union after the Brussels officials came to the conclusion that the animals reach the destination in a very poor health condition.
The European Commission announced the other day that it asked for a limiting of horse exports from Romania because of "precarious health and caring conditions of the animals, as well as of unacceptable transport conditions". In other words, the animals have limited access to water and food.
The domestic horses are one of the most wanted merchandise on the Western markets. For a few thousands horses exported every year, Romania gets revenues of about 40 millions euro. The biggest importer of horses from Romania is Italy, accounting for 80% of the exports.
Posted by Mihai Botea : 12/06/2004 08:37:00 pm
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