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Stringent monitoring of entry points to avert bird flu

posted on 21/11/2007: 1874 views



Ministry of Interior asked today the competent authorities to effectively mobilise the mechanism to avert the chances of bird flu leaking into the country. At a meeting held at the Ministry headquarters today, the Director of Criminal security Maj. Gen. Khamis Saif Bin Suwaif, who chaired the meeting, asked the officials to make sure that every entry point into the country effectively blocked the import of any birds, live or frozen, affected with the virus. The committee who prepared a report on the assessment of the situation stressed the need to unify the procedures to ensure biosecurity in the country. (Emirates News Agency, WAM)

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