Namibia: Namibia Appears to Provide Slight Extension on Enforcement of New Requirements for Animal Products

  |   Attaché Report (GAIN)   |   SF2023-0005

The Namibian Ministry of Agriculture appears to have granted an extension to consignments that were already prepared for departure to Namibia before the announcement of the Circular V15 of 2022 on December 7, 2022. The initial cutoff date of December 7, 2022 has been changed to December 31, 2022. All consignments that departed from the exporting countries from January 1, 2023, are expected to comply with all import requirements stated in the circular V15 of 2022.

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