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Checks at UK borders for products from EU countries from October

Dublin: British decision to introduce inspections for products coming from European Union countries including Ireland. In collaboration with the Scottish and Welsh governments, the United Kingdom has begun customs, sanitary, and phytosanitary inspections of goods from the European Union.

Britain has released the UK border operating target model for this. Britain has again dusted off the inspection measures that have been announced many times but have not been implemented. Businesses in Ireland and elsewhere are concerned about the new announcement.

According to this, the Brexit inspections at the UK borders will begin on October 31. The health certificate inspections of meat, milk, fish, and plants from Ireland and other EU countries will begin on October 31. The inspections will then be fully implemented within a year, according to the government.

Businesses transporting goods from Irish ports to the United Kingdom will face new checks and regulations. The British government stated that it is looking forward to hearing from those who are concerned about the new law. However, the government has stated that it has made a firm decision to start the new tests in October.

It has been announced that the UK will introduce border checks after leaving the EU. It was decided several times but was never implemented.

Direct EU imports into Northern Ireland will be exempt from the new rules. Similarly, the government stated that the new red/green lane arrangements for direct imports from the United Kingdom to Northern Ireland will not be affected.

Britain’s decision is expected to affect many establishments, including the Goatsbridge Rainbow Trout Farm in Kilkenny. About 30% of their products are exported to the United Kingdom. According to its operators, these changes will cause significant harm and will only complicate exports. They also worry that it will cause time, cost, and logistics problems.

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