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1 COSAVE REPORT 24º Technical Consultation among ORPF, August 2012 María Inés Ares President of Directive Committee

2 New Presidency and Secretariat Coordination URUGUAY August 2012 President of COSAVE María Inés Ares Secretary Coordinator Beatriz Melchó Administrative assistance Karen Cerqueira Technical assistance María Amelia de León

3 Unidad Nacional de Sanidad Vegetal Dirección de Protección Vegetal Dirección Nacional de Protección Vegetal Dirección General de Servicios Agrícolas Departamento de Sanidad Vegetal División Protección Agrícola y Forestal C O S A V E M e m b e r s August 2012

4 COSAVE MISSION Provide capacities of its members countries to maintain and improve their phytosanitary status aiming to the sustainable development, facilitating international trade and contributing to environmental protection, to the benefit of the forestry- agricultural sector as a whole.

5 Strategic guidelines Strategic guidelines defined in 2010 will be maintained during to achieve consolidation. They were already presented to the TC. August 2012

6 Approval by Minister Decision: Regional Program for cotton boll weevil (Anthonomus grandis) control (Resol. 114/28-11M) Regional Plan for HLB Containment (Candidatus Liberibacter spp.) in citrus. (Resol. 115/28-11M) Regional Plan for Eucalyptus bronze Bug (Thaumastocoris peregrinus) control (Resol. 122/30-12M) Accomplishments August 2011 – August 2012 August 2012

7 Accomplishments August 2011 – August 2012 Approval of Perú adhesion to COSAVE (Resol. 113/28-11M) August 2012

8 Directive Committee Decisions: Related to Pest Risk Analysis (Resol. 197/74-11D) : “Model of dossier with information necessary for the preparation of PRA” “Guide for the development of Pest Risk Analysis” Related to Phytosanitary Requirements (Resol. 198/74-11D) : “ Harmonization of Phytosanitary import requirements for the importation of clover, tomato and maize seed originating in third countries ” August 2012 Accomplishments August 2011 – August 2012

9 Related to Regional Quarantine Pests (Resol. 196/74-11D) : “List of regional quarantine pests” Participation in international events: Technical Panels (Glossary), Technical Consultation among RPPO, Standard Committee, Focus Group for improving the standard setting process, Strategic Planning Group (formerly SPTA), Open-Ended W and Seventh Session Commission on Phytosanitary Measures. August 2012 Accomplishments August 2011 – August 2012

10 Work Plan 2012 Principal Issues by Technical Group: TG Plant propagating material health(New) To compile situation in each member country regarding regulation of this type of plant material. Level of implementation of ISPM Nº 16 and 21. Presentation of National Lists of RNQP. TG Plant Quarantine Harmonization phytosanitary import requirements for plant propagating material (wheat and soybean seed) To adjust PRA guide by conducting examples of PRA by pathway. August 2012

11 Work Plan 2012 Principal Issues by Technical Group: TG Sampling, Inspection and Certification To complete compilation of phytosanitary import requirements for main export commodities (grains and fruits) and current phytosanitary certification. TG Lobesia botrana experts: Development of L. botrana Prevention and Control Program August 2012

12 Work Plan 2012 Main challenges for COSAVE Presidency and Secretariat with TG: -To implement approved regional programs. -To adjust the web page to include and manage information from these programs by COSAVE NPPOs. August 2012

13 New Web site August 2012

14 New web site August 2012


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