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Summary of Treaty


GENERAL DATA
Official Title Agreement on mutual recognition of OECD principles of good laboratory practice (GLP) and compliance monitoring programmes between the European Community and the State of Israel
Type of Agreement Bilateral
Place of Signature Brussels
Date of Signature 27/07/1999
Date of Entry Into Force 01/05/2000
Duration Indefinite
Objective of Agreement To ensure the high quality, validity and reliability of health and environmental data generated during the testing of cosmetics, industrial chemicals, pharmaceuticals, food additives, animal feed additives, pesticides by means of mutual recognition of OECD principles of good laboratory practice(GLP) and compliance monitoring programmes.
Remarks The Agreement provides for a two-year transitional period to establish a national GLP monitoring system. The Agreed Minute lays down that the Community shall verify conformity of the laboratories and national monitoring system in Israel. Annex I: list of chemicals covered by the Agreement on mutual recognition of the OECD principles of good laboratory practice and compliance monitoring programmes between the EC and the State of Israel. Annex II: list of monitoring authorities. The Agreement automatically lapses if the parties fail to agree on Israel's national GLP monitoring system and on its extension after the initial period.
OJ Reference L263, 09/10/1999, p. 7
Depositary Council of the European Union
Contracting Parties European Community, Israel
Authentic Texts Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hebrew , Italian, Portuguese, Spanish, Swedish
Subject Matters Trade
trade policy
Management Joint committee (Article 10)
EU PARTICIPATION
Conclusion Decision Council Decision of 19 July 1999 concerning the conclusion of the Agreement on mutual recognition of OECD principles of good laboratory practice (GLP) and compliance monitoring programmes between the European Community and the State of Israel; OJ L263 of 09/10/1999, p.6
Competence Exclusive
Legal Basis Treaty EC: Article 133



Last Update :   21/08/2007