Committee of Inquiry on the Protection of Animals during Transport

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15-10-2021 - 16:39

In the context of the COVID-19 pandemic, the President of the European Parliament has established a number of measures to contain the spread of the virus and to safeguard Parliament's core activities.

The current precautionary measures do not affect work on legislative priorities. Core activities are maintained to ensure the smooth running of the institution's legislative, budgetary, and scrutiny functions.

The meetings allow for remote participation in a virtual environment.

The next meeting will take place on 25 October, 13.45-16.15 and 16.45-18.45 and 26 October, 9.00-12.00.

Further meetings are scheduled on 18 November, 13.45-16.15, 1 December, 13.45-16.15 and 16.45-18.45 and on 2 December, 9.00-12.00.


Dog in a spacesuit
18-10-2021 - 11:02

The aim of this final ANIT hearing is to share examples of best practices in transport operations, scientific developments and technical innovations to improve animal welfare in transports. Various experts and representatives from civil society, as well as from the agricultural and transport sectors, will be invited to share their insights and recommendations for improvements in animal transport. The presentations will be followed by an exchange of views with Members.

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18-10-2021 - 10:58

On 25 October the European Food Safety Authority will come to give a feedback on the current outcome of the public consultation on animal transport. Furthermore there will be some information on the state of play of the scientific opinion on AMR and zoonotic agents. The presentations will be followed by an exchange of views with Members.

Cow jumping from a truck
18-10-2021 - 10:57

The aim of this meeting is a state of play, following the negotiations done so far on the 1233 amendments, which have been tabled on the draft report and the draft recommendation on protection of animals during transport within and outside the Union. The vote in Committee will take place on 2 December.