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Romanian Intelligence Service reveals bird flu report

Marţi, 23 mai 2006, 0:00

A report by the Romanian Intelligence Service – SRI that was published today does not exclude the possibility that the latest bird flu outbreak in Central Romania in May this year might have been sparked by poultry imports. Is says the chicken farm in Codlea, Brasov county imported thousands of tons of poultry infected with the bird flu virus and then sold them across the country.

The publication of the report comes at the request of the Romanian Agriculture Ministry, after veterinary officials in Hungary and Slovakia rejected SRI claims in a Monday press release that the outbreak was produced by Romanian imports from the two countries.

The document claims the Patiprod farm in Codlea, the source of the most recent outbreak, procured tons of poultry from another Brasov-based firm which imported them from the Aviagen Kft. company in Babolna Meszaros, Hungary.

And the same report claims that another Codlea-based farm, Drakom Silva, imported almost 50,000 poultry from the Liakarensky Podnik company in Nitra, Slovakia, but admits that importing documentation mentions the poultry were in a good health condition.

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