Multi-regional Whole Journey Scenario (WJS) workshop on long-distance transport by land and sea between Europe, the Middle East and North Africa.
On 8-10 November, Egypt-Cairo will host the multi-regional Whole Journey Scenario (WJS) workshop, which will assist countries to improve animal welfare during long-distance, cross-border, and sea transport in compliance with WOAH standards.
The 3-day meeting will be attended by participants from Lebanon, Iraq, Jordan, Egypt, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Turkiye, Morocco, Tunisia, Libya, Algeria, France, Spain, Slovenia, Romania, Ireland and Portugal.
The approach is built on bringing together all the stakeholders involved in the transport of live animals from the departure point to the destination. This will ensure the same level of understanding of WOAH standards on animal welfare. Since 2018, the WOAH has organised a series of WJS workshops at the regional level (Europe in 2018; the Middle East in 2019) and at the multi-regional level (Europe and the Middle East in 2021).
A multi-regional WJS on long-distance transport between Europe, the Middle East and North Africa has been planned for the second semester of 2022. The WOAH will organise this workshop on the multi‐regional route between Europe, the Middle East and North Africa. It will address routes specific issues to ensure the welfare of animals during transport by land and sea.
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