EU: Byrne welcomes European Parliament backing of proposals to combat food-borne diseases
The EU Commissioner for Health and Consumer Affairs, David Byrne, has welcomed that the European Parliament (EP) gave its broad support to two legislative proposals designed to cut the incidence of food-borne diseases. The proposals, adopted by the Commission in August of last year, provide for a thorough revision of current EU legislation and are designed to improve measures to protect against "zoonoses" those diseases transmissible between animals and humans.
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