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The International Plant Protection Convention (IPPC) is an international agreement on plant health to which 181 signatories currently adhere. It aims to protect cultivated and wild plants by preventing the introduction and spread of pests. The Secretariat of the IPPC is provided by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. MEDIA KIT

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Where can I find the report of the IRSS Survey: Review of the implementation of Guidelines on lists of regulated pests (ISPM19:2003) and Pest reporting (ISPM17:2002)?
Where can I find the latest IRSS Survey: Review of the implementation of Guidelines on lists of regulated pests (ISPM19:2003) and Pest reporting (ISPM17:2002)?
Do you have a simple floor plan for a post entry quarantine facility? If you can share it, please email us at ippc@fao.org with subject line: PEQ facility plan.
What happens if my country is not a member of the Madrid System for the international registration of marks ?
For those Contracting Parties who have submitted an IRSS questionnaire; how would you define the process of retrieving information and what was your NPPOs experience in conducting this activity?

 

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