Our country wants the British to work on digital export certificates (instead of paper): “Fear of delays”

Since Brexit, exports of goods from the European Union to the United Kingdom have been restricted Boundary motion model From the British Government. Ingredients must be verified by the FASFC (Federal Food Agency) when they travel to the UK. If this restriction is positive, FASFC can issue the required export certificates so that the goods can go to the UK without any problems.

But due to Brexit and the expiration of a transition period, the British government will require paper export certificates for all animal products, high-risk foods of non-animal origin, plants and plant products from 1 April. This comeback for paper will cause a lot of delay. Wim Condois of export company ESC2XL says the same, which carries 7,000 plates to the UK every day. A complete change to the paper, he said, would “catapult the company back to the 1995 circumstances”.

FASFC is already fully digital, which is why Belgian Agriculture Minister David Clarinwal (MR) has already been pushing for an agreement with the United Kingdom to allow exports to go digital from April 1. So, whether the delay will actually come depends on whether the British want to conclude an agreement with the EU again before April 1.

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