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Official Journal of the European Union, L 192, 21 July 2022


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Official Journal

of the European Union

L 192

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Volume 65
21 July 2022


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II   Non-legislative acts

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REGULATIONS

 

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Commission Regulation (EU) 2022/1264 of 20 July 2022 amending Annex II to Regulation (EC) No 396/2005 of the European Parliament and of the Council as regards maximum residue levels for fludioxonil in or on certain products ( 1 )

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Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 2022/1265 of 20 July 2022 establishing measures to prevent the introduction into and the spread within the Union territory of Rose Rosette Virus

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Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 2022/1266 of 20 July 2022 concerning the authorisation of monosodium glutamate produced by fermentation with Corynebacterium glutamicum KCCM 80187 as a feed additive for all animal species ( 1 )

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Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 2022/1267 of 20 July 2022 specifying the procedures for the designation of Union testing facilities for the purposes of market surveillance and verification of product compliance in accordance with Regulation (EU) 2019/1020 of the European Parliament and of the Council

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III   Other acts

 

 

EUROPEAN ECONOMIC AREA

 

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EFTA Surveillance Authority Decision No 051/22/COL of 16 February 2022 on the Icelandic regional aid map 2022–2027 (Iceland) [2022/1268]

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Corrigenda

 

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Corrigendum to Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 2022/892 of 1 April 2022 amending Implementing Regulation (EU) No 668/2014 laying down rules for the application of Regulation (EU) No 1151/2012 of the European Parliament and of the Council on quality schemes for agricultural products and foodstuffs ( OJ L 155, 8.6.2022 )

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Corrigendum to Commission Implementing Decision (EU) 2022/716 of 6 May 2022 on the approval of a Smart Diesel Fuel Heater for use in conventional combustion engine and certain hybrid electric passenger cars and light commercial vehicles as an innovative technology pursuant to Regulation (EU) 2019/631 of the European Parliament and of the Council ( OJ L 133, 10.5.2022 )

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(1)   Text with EEA relevance.

EN

Acts whose titles are printed in light type are those relating to day-to-day management of agricultural matters, and are generally valid for a limited period.

The titles of all other Acts are printed in bold type and preceded by an asterisk.


II Non-legislative acts

REGULATIONS

21.7.2022   

EN

Official Journal of the European Union

L 192/1


COMMISSION REGULATION (EU) 2022/1264

of 20 July 2022

amending Annex II to Regulation (EC) No 396/2005 of the European Parliament and of the Council as regards maximum residue levels for fludioxonil in or on certain products

(Text with EEA relevance)

THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION,

Having regard to the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union,

Having regard to Regulation (EC) No 396/2005 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 23 February 2005 on maximum residue levels of pesticides in or on food and feed of plant and animal origin and amending Council Directive 91/414/EEC (1), and in particular Article 14(1)(a) thereof,

Whereas:

(1)

For fludioxonil maximum residue levels (‘MRLs’) were set in Annex II to Regulation (EC) No 396/2005.

(2)

An application for import tolerances pursuant to Article 6(2) and (4) of Regulation (EC) No 396/2005 for fludioxonil used in the United States on sugar beet roots, and in Guatemala, Honduras and Colombia on bananas was submitted. The applicant states that the authorised uses of that substance on such crops in those countries lead to residues exceeding the MRLs provided for in Regulation (EC) No 396/2005 and that higher MRLs are necessary to avoid trade barriers for the importation of those crops.

(3)

In accordance with Article 8 of Regulation (EC) No 396/2005, the application was evaluated by the Member State concerned and the evaluation report was forwarded to the Commission.

(4)

The European Food Safety Authority (‘the Authority’) assessed the application and the evaluation report, examining in particular the risks to consumers and, where relevant, to animals, and gave a reasoned opinion on the proposed MRLs (2). It forwarded that opinion to the applicant, the Commission and the Member States and made it available to the public.

(5)

The Authority concluded that all requirements with respect to completeness of data submission were met and that the modifications to the MRLs requested by the applicant were acceptable with regard to consumer safety on the basis of a consumer exposure assessment for 27 specific European consumer groups. In so concluding, the Authority took into account the most recent information on the toxicological properties of the substance. The lifetime exposure to the substance via consumption of all food products that may contain it showed that there is no risk that the acceptable daily intake is exceeded. Moreover, the Authority concluded that the establishment of an acute reference dose is not necessary on the basis of the low acute toxicity profile of the active substance.

(6)

Based on the reasoned opinion of the Authority and taking into account the factors relevant to the matter under consideration, the proposed modifications to the MRLs fulfil the requirements of Article 14(2) of Regulation (EC) No 396/2005.

(7)

Regulation (EC) No 396/2005 should therefore be amended accordingly.

(8)

The measures provided for in this Regulation are in accordance with the opinion of the Standing Committee on Plants, Animals, Food and Feed,

HAS ADOPTED THIS REGULATION:

Article 1

Annex II to Regulation (EC) No 396/2005 is amended in accordance with the Annex to this Regulation.

Article 2

This Regulation shall enter into force on the twentieth day following that of its publication in the Official Journal of the European Union.

This Regulation shall be binding in its entirety and directly applicable in all Member States.

Done at Brussels, 20 July 2022.

For the Commission

The President

Ursula VON DER LEYEN


(1)  OJ L 70, 16.3.2005, p. 1.

(2)  Reasoned opinion on the setting of import tolerances for fludioxonil in sugar beet roots and bananas. EFSA Journal 2021;19(11):6919. EFSA scientific reports available online: http://www.efsa.europa.eu.


ANNEX

In Annex II to Regulation (EC) No 396/2005, the column for fludioxonil is replaced by the following:

Pesticide residues and maximum residue levels (mg/kg)

Code number

Groups and examples of individual products to which the MRLs apply (1)

Fludioxonil (R) (F)

0100000

FRUITS, FRESH or FROZEN; TREE NUTS

 

0110000

Citrus fruits

10

0110010

Grapefruits

 

0110020

Oranges

 

0110030

Lemons

 

0110040

Limes

 

0110050

Mandarins

 

0110990

Others (2)

 

0120000

Tree nuts

 

0120010

Almonds

0,01  (*1)

0120020

Brazil nuts

0,01  (*1)

0120030

Cashew nuts

0,01  (*1)

0120040

Chestnuts

0,01  (*1)

0120050

Coconuts

0,01  (*1)

0120060

Hazelnuts/cobnuts

0,01  (*1)

0120070

Macadamias

0,01  (*1)

0120080

Pecans

0,01  (*1)

0120090

Pine nut kernels

0,01  (*1)

0120100

Pistachios

0,2

0120110

Walnuts

0,01  (*1)

0120990

Others (2)

0,01  (*1)

0130000

Pome fruits

5

0130010

Apples

 

0130020

Pears

 

0130030

Quinces

 

0130040

Medlars

 

0130050

Loquats/Japanese medlars

 

0130990

Others (2)

 

0140000

Stone fruits

 

0140010

Apricots

5

0140020

Cherries (sweet)

5

0140030

Peaches

10

0140040

Plums

5

0140990

Others (2)

0,01  (*1)

0150000

Berries and small fruits

 

0151000

(a)

grapes

 

0151010

Table grapes

5

0151020

Wine grapes

4

0152000

(b)

strawberries

4

0153000

(c)

cane fruits

5

0153010

Blackberries

 

0153020

Dewberries

 

0153030

Raspberries (red and yellow)

 

0153990

Others (2)

 

0154000

(d)

other small fruits and berries

 

0154010

Blueberries

4

0154020

Cranberries

4

0154030

Currants (black, red and white)

4

0154040

Gooseberries (green, red and yellow)

4

0154050

Rose hips

0,01  (*1)

0154060

Mulberries (black and white)

0,01  (*1)

0154070

Azaroles/Mediterranean medlars

0,01  (*1)

0154080

Elderberries

4

0154990

Others (2)

0,01  (*1)

0160000

Miscellaneous fruitswith

 

0161000

(a)

edible peel

0,01  (*1)

0161010

Dates

 

0161020

Figs

 

0161030

Table olives

 

0161040

Kumquats

 

0161050

Carambolas

 

0161060

Kaki/Japanese persimmons

 

0161070

Jambuls/jambolans

 

0161990

Others (2)

 

0162000

(b)

inedible peel, small

 

0162010

Kiwi fruits (green, red, yellow)

15

0162020

Litchis/lychees

0,01  (*1)

0162030

Passionfruits/maracujas

0,01  (*1)

0162040

Prickly pears/cactus fruits

0,01  (*1)

0162050

Star apples/cainitos

0,01  (*1)

0162060

American persimmons/Virginia kaki

0,01  (*1)

0162990

Others (2)

0,01  (*1)

0163000

(c)

inedible peel, large

 

0163010

Avocados

1,5

0163020

Bananas

2

0163030

Mangoes

2

0163040

Papayas

0,01  (*1)

0163050

Granate apples/pomegranates

3

0163060

Cherimoyas

0,01  (*1)

0163070

Guavas

0,5

0163080

Pineapples

7

0163090

Breadfruits

0,01  (*1)

0163100

Durians

0,01  (*1)

0163110

Soursops/guanabanas

0,01  (*1)

0163990

Others (2)

0,01  (*1)

0200000

VEGETABLES, FRESH or FROZEN

 

0210000

Root and tuber vegetables

 

0211000

(a)

potatoes

5

0212000

(b)

tropical root and tuber vegetables

 

0212010

Cassava roots/manioc

0,01  (*1)

0212020

Sweet potatoes

10

0212030

Yams

10

0212040

Arrowroots

0,01  (*1)

0212990

Others (2)

0,01  (*1)

0213000

(c)

other root and tuber vegetables except sugar beets

 

0213010

Beetroots

1

0213020

Carrots

1

0213030

Celeriacs/turnip rooted celeries

0,2

0213040

Horseradishes

1

0213050

Jerusalem artichokes

0,01  (*1)

0213060

Parsnips

1

0213070

Parsley roots/Hamburg roots parsley

1

0213080

Radishes

0,3

0213090

Salsifies

1

0213100

Swedes/rutabagas

0,01  (*1)

0213110

Turnips

0,01  (*1)

0213990

Others (2)

0,01  (*1)

0220000

Bulb vegetables

 

0220010

Garlic

0,5

0220020

Onions

0,5

0220030

Shallots

0,5

0220040

Spring onions/green onions and Welsh onions

5

0220990

Others (2)

0,5

0230000

Fruiting vegetables

 

0231000

(a)

Solanaceae and Malvaceae

 

0231010

Tomatoes

3

0231020

Sweet peppers/bell peppers

1

0231030

Aubergines/eggplants

0,4

0231040

Okra/lady's fingers

0,01  (*1)

0231990

Others (2)

0,01  (*1)

0232000

(b)

cucurbits with edible peel

0,4

0232010

Cucumbers

 

0232020

Gherkins

 

0232030

Courgettes

 

0232990

Others (2)

 

0233000

(c)

cucurbits with inedible peel

0,3

0233010

Melons

 

0233020

Pumpkins

 

0233030

Watermelons

 

0233990

Others (2)

 

0234000

(d)

sweet corn

0,01  (*1)

0239000

(e)

other fruiting vegetables

0,01  (*1)

0240000

Brassica vegetables(excluding brassica roots and brassica baby leaf crops)

 

0241000

(a)

flowering brassica

 

0241010

Broccoli

0,7

0241020

Cauliflowers

0,01  (*1)

0241990

Others (2)

0,01  (*1)

0242000

(b)

head brassica

 

0242010

Brussels sprouts

0,01  (*1)

0242020

Head cabbages

2

0242990

Others (2)

0,01  (*1)

0243000

(c)

leafy brassica

 

0243010

Chinese cabbages/pe-tsai

10

0243020

Kales

0,01  (*1)

0243990

Others (2)

0,01  (*1)

0244000

(d)

kohlrabies

0,01  (*1)

0250000

Leaf vegetables, herbs and edible flowers

 

0251000

(a)

lettuces and salad plants

 

0251010

Lamb's lettuces/corn salads

20

0251020

Lettuces

40

0251030

Escaroles/broad-leaved endives

20

0251040

Cresses and other sprouts and shoots

20

0251050

Land cresses

20

0251060

Roman rocket/rucola

20

0251070

Red mustards

20

0251080

Baby leaf crops (including brassica species)

20

0251990

Others (2)

20

0252000

(b)

spinaches and similar leaves

 

0252010

Spinaches

30

0252020

Purslanes

20

0252030

Chards/beet leaves

20

0252990

Others (2)

20

0253000

(c)

grape leaves and similar species

0,01  (*1)

0254000

(d)

watercresses

10

0255000

(e)

witloofs/Belgian endives

0,02

0256000

(f)

herbs and edible flowers

20

0256010

Chervil

 

0256020

Chives

 

0256030

Celery leaves

 

0256040

Parsley

 

0256050

Sage

 

0256060

Rosemary

 

0256070

Thyme

 

0256080

Basil and edible flowers

 

0256090

Laurel/bay leaves

 

0256100

Tarragon

 

0256990

Others (2)

 

0260000

Legume vegetables

 

0260010

Beans (with pods)

1

0260020

Beans (without pods)

0,4

0260030

Peas (with pods)

1

0260040

Peas (without pods)

0,3

0260050

Lentils

0,05

0260990

Others (2)

0,01  (*1)

0270000

Stem vegetables

 

0270010

Asparagus

0,01  (*1)

0270020

Cardoons

0,01  (*1)

0270030

Celeries

1,5

0270040

Florence fennels

1,5

0270050

Globe artichokes

0,01  (*1)

0270060

Leeks

0,01  (*1)

0270070

Rhubarbs

0,7

0270080

Bamboo shoots

0,01  (*1)

0270090

Palm hearts

0,01  (*1)

0270990

Others (2)

0,01  (*1)

0280000

Fungi, mosses and lichens

0,01  (*1)

0280010

Cultivated fungi

 

0280020

Wild fungi

 

0280990

Mosses and lichens

 

0290000

Algae and prokaryotes organisms

0,01  (*1)

0300000

PULSES

 

0300010

Beans

0,5

0300020

Lentils

0,4

0300030

Peas

0,4

0300040

Lupins/lupini beans

0,4

0300990

Others (2)

0,4

0400000

OILSEEDS AND OIL FRUITS

 

0401000

Oilseeds

 

0401010

Linseeds

0,3

0401020

Peanuts/groundnuts

0,01  (*1)

0401030

Poppy seeds

0,01  (*1)

0401040

Sesame seeds

0,3

0401050

Sunflower seeds

0,01  (*1)

0401060

Rapeseeds/canola seeds

0,3

0401070

Soyabeans

0,2

0401080

Mustard seeds

0,3

0401090

Cotton seeds

0,01  (*1)

0401100

Pumpkin seeds

0,01  (*1)

0401110

Safflower seeds

0,01  (*1)

0401120

Borage seeds

0,3

0401130

Gold of pleasure seeds

0,3

0401140

Hemp seeds

0,3

0401150

Castor beans

0,01  (*1)

0401990

Others (2)

0,01  (*1)

0402000

Oil fruits

0,01  (*1)

0402010

Olives for oil production

 

0402020

Oil palms kernels

 

0402030

Oil palms fruits

 

0402040

Kapok

 

0402990

Others (2)

 

0500000

CEREALS

0,01  (*1)

0500010

Barley

 

0500020

Buckwheat and other pseudocereals

 

0500030

Maize/corn

 

0500040

Common millet/proso millet

 

0500050

Oat

 

0500060

Rice

 

0500070

Rye

 

0500080

Sorghum

 

0500090

Wheat

 

0500990

Others (2)

 

0600000

TEAS, COFFEE, HERBAL INFUSIONS, COCOA AND CAROBS

 

0610000

Teas

0,05  (*1)

0620000

Coffee beans

0,05  (*1)

0630000

Herbal infusions from

 

0631000

(a)

flowers

0,05  (*1)

0631010

Chamomile

 

0631020

Hibiscus/roselle

 

0631030

Rose

 

0631040

Jasmine

 

0631050

Lime/linden

 

0631990

Others (2)

 

0632000

(b)

leaves and herbs

0,05  (*1)

0632010

Strawberry

 

0632020

Rooibos

 

0632030

Mate/maté

 

0632990

Others (2)

 

0633000

(c)

roots

 

0633010

Valerian

1

0633020

Ginseng

4

0633990

Others (2)

1

0639000

(d)

any other parts of the plant

0,05  (*1)

0640000

Cocoa beans

0,05  (*1)

0650000

Carobs/Saint John's breads

0,05  (*1)

0700000

HOPS

0,05  (*1)

0800000

SPICES

 

0810000

Seed spices

0,05  (*1)

0810010

Anise/aniseed

 

0810020

Black caraway/black cumin

 

0810030

Celery

 

0810040

Coriander

 

0810050

Cumin

 

0810060

Dill

 

0810070

Fennel

 

0810080

Fenugreek

 

0810090

Nutmeg

 

0810990

Others (2)

 

0820000

Fruit spices

0,05  (*1)

0820010

Allspice/pimento

 

0820020

Sichuan pepper

 

0820030

Caraway

 

0820040

Cardamom

 

0820050

Juniper berry

 

0820060

Peppercorn (black, green and white)

 

0820070

Vanilla

 

0820080

Tamarind

 

0820990

Others (2)

 

0830000

Bark spices

0,05  (*1)

0830010

Cinnamon

 

0830990

Others (2)

 

0840000

Root and rhizome spices

 

0840010

Liquorice

1

0840020

Ginger (10)

 

0840030

Turmeric/curcuma

1

0840040

Horseradish (11)

 

0840990

Others (2)

1

0850000

Bud spices

0,05  (*1)

0850010

Cloves

 

0850020

Capers

 

0850990

Others (2)

 

0860000

Flower pistil spices

0,05  (*1)

0860010

Saffron

 

0860990

Others (2)

 

0870000

Aril spices

0,05  (*1)

0870010

Mace

 

0870990

Others (2)

 

0900000

SUGAR PLANTS

 

0900010

Sugar beet roots

4

0900020

Sugar canes

0,01  (*1)

0900030

Chicory roots

0,01  (*1)

0900990

Others (2)

0,01  (*1)

1000000

PRODUCTS OF ANIMAL ORIGIN -TERRESTRIAL ANIMALS

 

1010000

Commodities from

 

1011000

(a)

swine

 

1011010

Muscle

0,02

1011020

Fat

0,02

1011030

Liver

0,1

1011040

Kidney

0,1

1011050

Edible offals (other than liver and kidney)

0,1

1011990

Others (2)

0,02

1012000

(b)

bovine

 

1012010

Muscle

0,02

1012020

Fat

0,02

1012030

Liver

0,1

1012040

Kidney

0,1

1012050

Edible offals (other than liver and kidney)

0,1

1012990

Others (2)

0,02

1013000

(c)

sheep

 

1013010

Muscle

0,02

1013020

Fat

0,02

1013030

Liver

0,1

1013040

Kidney

0,1

1013050

Edible offals (other than liver and kidney)

0,1

1013990

Others (2)

0,02

1014000

(d)

goat

 

1014010

Muscle

0,02

1014020

Fat

0,02

1014030

Liver

0,1

1014040

Kidney

0,1

1014050

Edible offals (other than liver and kidney)

0,1

1014990

Others (2)

0,02

1015000

(e)

equine

 

1015010

Muscle

0,02

1015020

Fat

0,02

1015030

Liver

0,1

1015040

Kidney

0,1

1015050

Edible offals (other than liver and kidney)

0,1

1015990

Others (2)

0,02

1016000

(f)

poultry

 

1016010

Muscle

0,01  (*1)

1016020

Fat

0,01  (*1)

1016030

Liver

0,1

1016040

Kidney

0,1

1016050

Edible offals (other than liver and kidney)

0,1

1016990

Others (2)

0,01  (*1)

1017000

(g)

other farmed terrestrial animals

 

1017010

Muscle

0,02

1017020

Fat

0,02

1017030

Liver

0,1

1017040

Kidney

0,1

1017050

Edible offals (other than liver and kidney)

0,1

1017990

Others (2)

0,02

1020000

Milk

0,04

1020010

Cattle

 

1020020

Sheep

 

1020030

Goat

 

1020040

Horse

 

1020990

Others (2)

 

1030000

Birds eggs

0,02

1030010

Chicken

 

1030020

Duck

 

1030030

Geese

 

1030040

Quail

 

1030990

Others (2)

 

1040000

Honey and other apiculture products (7)

0,05  (*1)

1050000

Amphibians and Reptiles

0,01  (*1)

1060000

Terrestrial invertebrate animals

0,01  (*1)

1070000

Wild terrestrial vertebrate animals

0,02

1100000

PRODUCTS OF ANIMAL ORIGIN - FISH, FISHPRODUCTS AND ANY OTHER MARINE AND FRESHWATER FOOD PRODUCTS (8)

 

1200000

PRODUCTS OR PART OF PRODUCTS EXCLUSIVELY USED FOR ANIMAL FEED PRODUCTION (8)

 

1300000

PROCESSED FOOD PRODUCTS (9)

 

Fludioxonil (R) (F)

(R)

The residue definition differs for the following combinations pesticide-code number: Fludioxonil - code 1000000 except 1040000 : sum of fludioxonil and its metabolites oxidized to metabolite 2,2-difluoro-benzo[1,3]dioxole-4 carboxylic acid, expressed as fludioxonil

(F)

Fat soluble’


(*1)  Indicates lower limit of analytical determination

(1)  For the complete list of products of plant and animal origin to which MRL's apply, reference should be made to Annex I


21.7.2022   

EN

Official Journal of the European Union

L 192/14


COMMISSION IMPLEMENTING REGULATION (EU) 2022/1265

of 20 July 2022

establishing measures to prevent the introduction into and the spread within the Union territory of Rose Rosette Virus

THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION,

Having regard to the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union,

Having regard to Regulation (EU) 2016/2031 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 26 October 2016 on protective measures against pests of plants, amending Regulations (EU) No 228/2013, (EU) No 652/2014 and (EU) No 1143/2014 of the European Parliament and of the Council and repealing Council Directives 69/464/EEC, 74/647/EEC, 93/85/EEC, 98/57/EC, 2000/29/EC, 2006/91/EC and 2007/33/EC (1), and in particular Article 30(1),

Whereas:

(1)

Rose Rosette virus (‘the specified pest’) and its vector Phyllocoptes fructiphilus are currently not listed as Union quarantine pests in Annex II, nor as Union regulated non-quarantine pests in Annex IV to Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 2019/2072 (2).The specified pest and its vector are not known to be present in the Union territory.

(2)

A pest risk analysis carried out by the European and Mediterranean Plant Protection Organization (EPPO) (3) in 2018 has demonstrated that the specified pest and its damaging effects could be of significant plant health concern to the Union territory, in particular for the production of all types of roses.

(3)

Because of the significant plant health concern posed by the specified pest to the Union territory, Commission Implementing Decision (EU) 2019/1739 (4) was adopted, laying down requirements for the introduction into the Union of plants, other than seeds, of Rosa spp. (‘the specified plants’) originating in third countries, where the specified pest is known to occur (Canada, India and the United States), as well as for official checks to be conducted at their introduction into the Union. That Implementing Decision provides for a prohibition for the introduction of the specified pest in the Union territory, for an immediate submission of information on the suspected presence of the specified pest and of its specified vector in the Union and for rules for surveys for its presence in the Union territory.

(4)

Since the adoption of that Implementing Decision, no interceptions of infected specified plants, during their introduction into, or movement within, the Union territory, have been reported. However, the specified pest has continued to spread in Canada, India and the United States.

(5)

The conclusions of the EPPO’s analysis remain valid today. That analysis indicated that the likelihood of entry and establishment of the specified pest, of the magnitude of its spread and impact into the Union, and of the phytosanitary risk for the Union territory is considered high.

(6)

Moreover, the plant health concerns indicated in the EPPO’s analysis have increased since the adoption of Implementing Decision (EU) 2019/1739, because the specified plants are imported into the Union in increasingly high volumes from third countries where the presence of the specified pest is expanding.

(7)

The Commission concludes that the specified pest fulfils the criteria set out in Subsection 2 of Section 3 of Annex I to Regulation (EU) 2016/2031.

(8)

On the basis of those facts, it is estimated that there is an imminent danger for the entry into, and the spread within, the Union territory of the specified pest, unless the measures provided for in Implementing Decision (EU) 2019/1739, which apply until 31 July 2022 and have proven effective in preventing the entry of the specified pest into the Union territory, are maintained.

(9)

Therefore it is appropriate to provide for those measures in this Regulation which should apply from 1 August 2022 to ensure continued protection of the Union territory from the specified pest.

(10)

This Regulation should apply until 31 July 2024. Such application period is necessary for a full risk assessment in order to determine the status of the specified pest.

(11)

The measures provided for in this Regulation are in accordance with the opinion of the Standing Committee on Plants, Animals, Food and Feed,

HAS ADOPTED THIS REGULATION:

Article 1

Definitions

For the purposes of this Regulation, the following definitions apply:

(a)

‘specified pest’ means Rose Rosette Virus;

(b)

‘specified plants’ means plants, other than seeds, of Rosa spp. originating in Canada, India or the United States;

(c)

‘specified vector’ means Phyllocoptes fructiphilus.

Article 2

Prohibition concerning the specified pest

The specified pest shall not be introduced into, moved, held, multiplied or released in the Union territory.

Article 3

Information on the suspected presence of the specified pest or of its specified vector

Member States shall ensure that any person in the Union territory in possession of plants which may be infected with the specified pest or its specified vector, is immediately informed of the presence or the suspected presence of the specified pest or of its specified vector, of the possible consequences and risks, and of the respective measures to be taken.

Article 4

Surveys

The competent authorities shall conduct annual surveys for the presence of the specified pest and the specified vector on host plants in their territory.

Those surveys shall include sampling and testing, and shall be based on sound scientific and technical principles with regard to the possibility to detect the specified pest and the specified vector.

By 30 April of each year, Member States shall notify to the Commission and the other Member States the results of the surveys carried out in the previous calendar year.

Article 5

Requirements for the introduction into the Union territory of the specified plants

1.   The specified plants shall only be introduced into the Union territory if they are accompanied by a phytosanitary certificate which includes, under the heading ‘Additional declaration’, an official statement containing one of the following declarations:

(a)

that the specified plants have been produced in an area free from the specified pest, registered and supervised by the National Plant Protection Organisation of the third country of origin, with the indication of the name of the area under the heading ‘Place of origin’;

(b)

in the case of specified plants for planting, that:

(i)

they have been produced in a place of production where neither symptoms of the specified pest nor of the specified vector have been observed during official inspections, since the start of the last growing season; and

(ii)

they have been sampled and tested for the specified pest before introduction in the Union territory, and found, on the basis of those tests, to be free from it;

(c)

in the case of the specified plants, other than plants for planting, that:

(i)

they have been produced in a place of production where neither symptoms of the specified pest nor of the specified vector have been observed during official inspections, since the start of the last growing season; and

(ii)

they have been inspected and, in case of presence of the specified vector or symptoms of the specified pest, they have been sampled and tested before introduction in the Union territory, and found, on the basis of those tests, to be free from the specified pest;

(d)

in the case of specified plants in tissue culture, which do not originate in an area free from the specified pest, that they have been produced from mother plants tested and found free from the specified pest.

2.   The specified plants shall only be introduced into the Union territory if they are handled, packaged and transported in a manner to prevent infestation by the specified vector.

Article 6

Entry into force and application

This Regulation shall enter into force on the twentieth day following that of its publication in the Official Journal of the European Union.

It shall apply from 1 August 2022 until 31 July 2024.

This Regulation shall be binding in its entirety and directly applicable in all Member States.

Done at Brussels, 20 July 2022.

For the Commission

The President

Ursula VON DER LEYEN


(1)  OJ L 317, 23.11.2016, p. 4.

(2)  Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 2019/2072 of 28 November 2019 establishing uniform conditions for the implementation of Regulation (EU) 2016/2031 of the European Parliament and the Council, as regards protective measures against pests of plants, and repealing Commission Regulation (EC) No 690/2008 and amending Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 2018/2019 (OJ L 319, 10.12.2019, p. 1).

(3)  EPPO (2018) Pest risk analysis for Rose rosette virus and its vector Phyllocoptes fructiphilus. EPPO, Paris. Available at https://gd.eppo.int/taxon/RRV000/documents

(4)  Commission Implementing Decision (EU) 2019/1739 of 16 October 2019 establishing emergency measures to prevent the introduction into and the spread within the Union of Rose Rosette Virus (OJ L 265, 18.10.2019, p. 12).


21.7.2022   

EN

Official Journal of the European Union

L 192/17


COMMISSION IMPLEMENTING REGULATION (EU) 2022/1266

of 20 July 2022

concerning the authorisation of monosodium glutamate produced by fermentation with Corynebacterium glutamicum KCCM 80187 as a feed additive for all animal species

(Text with EEA relevance)

THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION,

Having regard to the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union,

Having regard to Regulation (EC) No 1831/2003 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 22 September 2003 on additives for use in animal nutrition (1), and in particular Article 9(2) thereof,

Whereas:

(1)

Regulation (EC) No 1831/2003 provides for the authorisation of additives for use in animal nutrition and for the grounds and procedures for granting such authorisation.

(2)

In accordance with Article 7(1) of Regulation (EC) No 1831/2003 an application was submitted for the authorisation of monosodium glutamate produced by fermentation with Corynebacterium glutamicum KCCM 80187. That application was accompanied by the particulars and documents required under Article 7(3) of Regulation (EC) No 1831/2003.

(3)

The application concerns the authorisation of monosodium glutamate as a feed additive for all animal species, to be classified in the category ‘sensory additives’ and in the functional group ‘flavouring compounds’.

(4)

The applicant requested the additive to be authorised also for use in water for drinking. However, Regulation (EC) No 1831/2003 does not allow the authorisation of ‘flavouring compounds’ for use in water for drinking. Therefore, the use of monosodium glutamate produced by fermentation with Corynebacterium glutamicum KCCM 80187 in water for drinking should not be allowed.

(5)

The European Food Safety Authority (‘the Authority’) concluded in its opinion of 10 November 2021 (2) that, under the proposed conditions of use, monosodium glutamate produced by fermentation with Corynebacterium glutamicum KCCM 80187 does not have adverse effects on animal health, human health or the environment. The Authority concluded in the opinion that the additive is not toxic by inhalation, is not irritant to skin or eyes and is not a dermal sensitiser. The Authority further concluded, that monosodium glutamate is efficacious for contributing to the flavour of feed. The Authority also verified the report on the methods of analysis of the feed additive in feed submitted by the Reference Laboratory set up by Regulation (EC) No 1831/2003.

(6)

The assessment of monosodium glutamate produced by fermentation with Corynebacterium glutamicum KCCM 80187 shows that the conditions for authorisation, as provided for in Article 5 of Regulation (EC) No 1831/2003, are satisfied. Accordingly, the use of that substance should be authorised as specified in the Annex to this Regulation.

(7)

Certain conditions should be provided for to allow better control. In particular, a recommended content should be indicated on the label of the feed additives. Where such content is exceeded, certain information should be indicated on the label of premixtures.

(8)

The fact that monosodium glutamate produced by fermentation with Corynebacterium glutamicum KCCM 80187 is not authorised for use as a flavouring in water for drinking, does not preclude its use in compound feed which is administered via water.

(9)

The measures provided for in this Regulation are in accordance with the opinion of the Standing Committee on Plants, Animals, Food and Feed,

HAS ADOPTED THIS REGULATION:

Article 1

The substance specified in the Annex, belonging to the additive category ‘sensory additives’ and to the functional group ‘flavouring compounds’, is authorised as an additive in animal nutrition, subject to the conditions laid down in that Annex.

Article 2

This Regulation shall enter into force on the twentieth day following that of its publication in the Official Journal of the European Union.

This Regulation shall be binding in its entirety and directly applicable in all Member States.

Done at Brussels, 20 July 2022.

For the Commission

The President

Ursula VON DER LEYEN


(1)  OJ L 268, 18.10.2003, p. 29.

(2)  EFSA Journal 2021;19(12):6982.


ANNEX

Identification number of the additive

Additive

Composition, chemical formula, description, analytical method

Species or category of animal

Maximum age

Minimum content

Maximum content

Other provisions

End of period of authorisation

mg active substance/kg of complete feed with a moisture content of 12 %

Category: Sensory additives. Functional group: Flavouring compounds

2b621i

Monosodium glutamate

Additive composition:

Monosodium glutamate

Characterisation of the active substance:

Monosodium L-glutamate produced by fermentation with Corynebacterium glutamicum KCCM 80187

Purity: ≥ 99 %

Chemical formula:

C5H8NaNO4 •H2O

CAS number: 6106-04-03

Einecs number: 205-538-1

Analytical method  (1):

 

For the identification of monosodium L-glutamate in the feed additive:

Food Chemical Codex ‘Monosodium L-glutamate monograph’

 

For the quantification of monosodium L-glutamate in the feed additive:

ion-exchange chromatography coupled with post-column derivatisation and photometric detection (IEC-VIS)

 

For the quantification of monosodium L-glutamate in premixtures:

ion-exchange chromatography coupled with post-column derivatisation and photometric detection (IEC-VIS), Commission Regulation (EC) No 152/2009 (Annex III, F) (2)

All animal species

-

-

-

1.

The additive shall be incorporated into the feed in the form of a premixture.

2.

In the directions for use of the additive and premixtures, the storage conditions and stability to heat treatment shall be indicated.

3.

On the label of the additive the following shall be indicated:

‘Recommended maximum content of the active substance per kg of complete feeding stuff with a moisture content of 12 %: 25 mg.’

4.

The functional group, the identification number, the name and the added amount of the active substance shall be indicated on the label of the premixture where the use level on the label of the premixture would result in exceeding the level referred to in point 3.

10.8.2032


(1)  Details of the analytical methods are available at the following address of the Reference Laboratory: https://joint-research-centre.ec.europa.eu/eurl-fa-eurl-feed-additives/eurl-fa-authorisation/eurl-fa-evaluation-reports_en

(2)  Commission Regulation (EC) No 152/2009 of 27 January 2009 laying down the methods of sampling and analysis for the official control of feed (OJ L 54, 26.2.2009, p. 1).


21.7.2022   

EN

Official Journal of the European Union

L 192/21


COMMISSION IMPLEMENTING REGULATION (EU) 2022/1267

of 20 July 2022

specifying the procedures for the designation of Union testing facilities for the purposes of market surveillance and verification of product compliance in accordance with Regulation (EU) 2019/1020 of the European Parliament and of the Council

THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION,

Having regard to the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union,

Having regard to Regulation (EU) 2019/1020 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 20 June 2019 on market surveillance and compliance of products and amending Directive 2004/42/EC and Regulations (EC) No 765/2008 and (EU) No 305/2011 (1), and in particular Article 21(9) thereof,

Whereas:

(1)

One of the objectives of Union testing facilities is to assist the national market surveillance authorities in their activities by contributing to enhancing laboratory capacity for specific categories of products or for specific risks related to a category of products. The procedures for the designation of Union testing facilities should ensure in particular that Union testing facilities are designated where there is a shortage of laboratory testing capacity.

(2)

In order to prevent a shortage of laboratory capacity, wide access to designation should be given. With a view to providing such access and in order to ensure transparency in the process leading to designation, it should be determined which public testing facilities of Member States are to be designated as Union testing facilities following calls for expression of interest.

(3)

The designation of Commission testing facilities as Union testing facilities should be done by means of direct appointment by the Commission.

(4)

Due to the high number of categories of products and of specific risks related to a category of products, the Union Product Compliance Network established under Article 29 of Regulation (EU) 2019/1020 should be consulted in order to ensure the correct prioritisation of such categories and specific risks.

(5)

The designation of Union testing facilities should be reviewed on a regular basis in order to verify that they ensure a consistently high level of products testing, and that they provide technical and scientific advice of high quality.

(6)

The measures provided for in this Regulation are in accordance with the opinion of the committee established by Article 43(1) of Regulation (EU) 2019/1020,

HAS ADOPTED THIS REGULATION:

Article 1

Procedures for the designation of the Union testing facilities

1.   Public testing facilities of Member States shall be designated as Union testing facilities following a call for expression of interest, setting out the conditions for their designation.

2.   Commission testing facilities shall be designated as Union testing facilities following a direct appointment from the Commission, setting out the conditions for their designation.

3.   Prior to designation, the Union Product Compliance Network established under Article 29 of Regulation (EU) 2019/1020 (the ‘Network’) shall be consulted on both of the following:

(a)

the specific categories of products and specific risks related to a category of products for which the Union testing facilities need to be designated;

(b)

the conditions for the designation of the Union testing facilities, to ensure a consistently high level of product testing and high quality of technical and scientific advice.

Article 2

Review of the designation

1.   The Commission, in consultation with the Network, shall review the designation of Union testing facilities on a regular basis in order to ascertain that Union testing facilities fulfil the conditions for their designation and the requirements set out in Articles 21(3), 21(5) and 21(6) of Regulation (EU) 2019/1020.

2.   A time-limit for review of the designation of the Union testing facility shall be set out in the decision to designate the testing facility.

3.   Where a Union testing facility fails to comply with the conditions for its designation and the requirements set out in Articles 21(3), 21(5) and 21(6) of Regulation (EU) 2019/1020, the Commission, after consultation with the Network, shall, where appropriate, withdraw the designation.

Article 3

Entry into force

This Regulation shall enter into force on the twentieth day following that of its publication in the Official Journal of the European Union.

This Regulation shall be binding in its entirety and directly applicable in all Member States.

Done at Brussels, 20 July 2022.

For the Commission

The President

Ursula VON DER LEYEN


(1)  OJ L 169, 25.6.2019, p. 1.


III Other acts

EUROPEAN ECONOMIC AREA

21.7.2022   

EN

Official Journal of the European Union

L 192/23


EFTA Surveillance Authority Decision No 051/22/COL

of 16 February 2022

on the Icelandic regional aid map 2022–2027 (Iceland) [2022/1268]

1.   SUMMARY

(1)

The EFTA Surveillance Authority (‘ESA’) wishes to inform Iceland that, having assessed the Icelandic regional aid map 2022–2027, ESA finds it compliant with the principles set out in the Guidelines on regional State aid (‘the RAG’) (1).

(2)

This decision represents ESA’s assessment of the regional aid map under paragraph 190 of the RAG. The approved map constitutes an integral part of the RAG (2). It does not involve any State aid, and it does not constitute an authorisation to grant such aid.

(3)

ESA has based its decision on the following considerations.

2.   PROCEDURE

(4)

On 1 December 2021, ESA adopted its new RAG. The RAG set out conditions under which notifiable regional aid may be considered compatible with the functioning of the EEA Agreement (3). They also set out criteria for identifying the areas that fulfil the compatibility conditions under Article 61(3)(a) and Article 61(3)(c) of the EEA Agreement (4), the so-called ‘a’ and ‘c’ areas.

(5)

According to paragraph 150 of the RAG, the areas which EEA EFTA States wish to designate as ‘a’ or ‘c’ areas must be identified in a regional aid map.

(6)

Pursuant to paragraph 189 of the RAG, each EEA EFTA State should notify to ESA a single regional aid map applicable until 31 December 2027. The Icelandic authorities notified the Icelandic regional aid map 2022–2027 on 27 January 2022 (5).

3.   ELIGIBLE AREAS DESIGNATED BY THE ICELANDIC AUTHORITIES

(7)

A common classification of territorial units for statistics has been established in the EU. This classification is called NUTS. The NUTS classification operates with three hierarchical levels numbered from 1 to 3. NUTS 1 comprises the largest units, whereas NUTS 3 covers the smallest units (6).

(8)

As noted in footnote 30 to the RAG, statistical regions similar to the NUTS classification have been defined in the EEA EFTA States. Accordingly, while the Commission regional aid guidelines (7) refer to the NUTS classification, the RAG make use of the term statistical regions. The NUTS classification and the statistical regions in the EEA EFTA States are available on Eurostat’s web-pages (8).

(9)

The whole of Iceland falls within one statistical region at level 2 (Ísland). At level 3, Iceland is further divided into two statistical regions. These are respectively the capital region (Höfuðborgarsvæði) and Iceland outside of the capital region (Landsbyggð(9).

(10)

The areas designated in the Icelandic regional aid map 2022–2027 are those comprising the level 3-region of Landsbyggð (10).

(11)

Based on population data from 1 January 2018, the population density of Iceland is 3,48 inhabitants per km2. Landsbyggð is significantly less densely populated than Höfuðborgarsvæði. The population densities in Landsbyggð and Höfuðborgarsvæði are respectively 1,27 and 225,87 inhabitants per km2 based on the population data from 1 January 2018 (11).

(12)

Landsbyggð covers areas of 99 258 km2. Based on the most recent data from Statistics Iceland (Hagstofan), the resident population was 132 264 inhabitants on 1 January 2021. This equates to a population density of 1,33 inhabitants per km2 (12).

(13)

The graphical illustration attached as Annex I to this decision depicts Landsbyggð. Annex II further contains a list of those smaller units that make up this level 3-region (13).

4.   ASSESSMENT

(14)

The regional aid coverage available for 2022–2027 is set out for each EEA EFTA State in Annex I to the RAG. The whole of Iceland is identified in Annex I as predefined ‘c’ areas.

(15)

The Icelandic authorities may use this allocation to designate ‘c’ areas in their regional aid map. The rules governing this designation are found in paragraphs 168 and 169 of the RAG.

(16)

According to paragraph 168 of the RAG, EEA EFTA States may designate as ‘c’ areas the predefined ‘c’ areas. Paragraph 169 additionally allows for a flexible approach where under other areas are included. Since the whole of Iceland is allocated in Annex I as predefined ‘c’ area, the Icelandic authorities could have designated the whole of Iceland as ‘c’ area in their regional aid map.

(17)

As set out in paragraph (9) above, Iceland falls within one statistical region at level 2 (Ísland). At level 3, Iceland is further divided into two statistical regions. These are respectively the capital region (Höfuðborgarsvæði) and Iceland outside of the capital region (Landsbyggð).

(18)

When designating the eligible areas in the Icelandic regional aid map 2022–2027, the Icelandic authorities have included the level 3-region of Landsbyggð and excluded the level 3-region of Höfuðborgarsvæði. Since the included level 3-region of Landsbyggð falls within those predefined ‘c’ areas set out in Annex I to the RAG, ESA finds that the designation of Landsbyggð as ‘c’ areas in the Icelandic regional aid map 2022–2027 is compliant with the RAG.

(19)

According to footnote 65 of the RAG, sparsely populated and very sparsely populated areas should be identified on the regional aid map. ‘Very sparsely populated areas’ are defined in paragraph 19(32) as ‘statistical regions at level 2 with fewer than eight inhabitants per km2 or parts of such statistical regions designated by the EEA EFTA State concerned in line with paragraph 169’. Landsbyggð therefore qualifies as very sparsely populated.

5.   AID INTENSITIES

(20)

Pursuant to paragraph 151 of the RAG, the regional aid map must specify the maximum aid intensities applicable in the eligible areas during the period of validity of the approved map.

(21)

The maximum aid intensities apply to regional investment aid. The maximum aid intensities allowed for such aid under the RAG, are set out in its Section 7.4.

(22)

Paragraph 182(1) of the RAG stipulates that the aid intensity for large enterprises must not exceed 20 % in sparsely populated areas. It further follows from paragraph 186 that the aid intensity may be increased by up to 20 percentage points for small enterprises or up to 10 percentage points for medium-sized enterprises. As specified in footnote 85 of the RAG, however, the increased aid intensities for small and medium-sized enterprises will not apply to aid awarded for large investment projects (14).

(23)

The Icelandic authorities have notified a maximum aid intensity for large enterprises of 20 %. This maximum intensity is increased by 20 percentage points for small enterprises and 10 percentage points for medium-sized enterprises. These increased aid intensities do, however, not apply to aid awarded for large investment projects (15).

(24)

The limits in aid intensities defined by the Icelandic authorities, as described in paragraph (23), are in line with the provisions described in paragraph (22). They are therefore compliant with the RAG.

6.   DURATION AND REVIEW

(25)

In accordance with paragraph 189 of the RAG, the Icelandic authorities have notified a single regional aid map applicable to 31 December 2027.

(26)

It follows from paragraph 194 of the RAG that a mid-term review of regional aid maps will be carried out in 2023. ESA will communicate the details on this review by June 2023.

7.   CONCLUSION

(27)

On the basis of the foregoing assessment, ESA finds that the Icelandic regional aid map 2022–2027 is compliant with the principles set out in the RAG. The approved map constitutes an integral part of the RAG.

(28)

Annexes I and II form an integral part of this decision.

For the EFTA Surveillance Authority,

Arne RØKSUND

President

Responsible College Member

Stefan BARRIGA

College Member

Árni PÁLL ÁRNASON

College Member

Melpo-Menie JOSÉPHIDÈS

Countersigning as Director, Legal and Executive Affairs


(1)  EFTA Surveillance Authority Decision No 269/21/COL of 1 December 2021 introducing revised Guidelines on Regional State aid for 2022-2027 [2022/1047] (OJ L 173, 30.6.2022, p. 79).

(2)  The RAG, paragraph 190.

(3)  The RAG, paragraph 2.

(4)  Ibid.

(5)  The notification is filed as Document No 1265806. Its two Annexes are filed as Document Nos 1265808 and 1265810.

(6)  Regulation (EC) No 1059/2003 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 26 May 2003 on the establishment of a common classification of territorial units for statistics (NUTS) (OJ L 154, 21.6.2003, p. 1) as amended by Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) 2019/1755 of 8 August 2019 amending the Annexes to Regulation (EC) No 1059/2003 of the European Parliament and of the Council on the establishment of a common classification of territorial units for statistics (NUTS) (OJ L 270, 24.10.2019, p. 1).

(7)  Guidelines on regional State aid (OJ C 153, 29.4.2021, p. 1).

(8)  https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/web/nuts/nuts-maps. This web-link was inserted, and last checked, on 8 February 2022.

(9)  Document No 1265806, p. 2.

(10)  Ibid.

(11)  Ibid.

(12)  Document No 1265806, p. 3 and 4.

(13)  The Annexes are based on Document Nos 1265808 and 1265810.

(14)  The term ‘large investment project’ is defined in the RAG paragraph 19(18) as an initial investment with eligible costs exceeding EUR 50 million.

(15)  Document No 1265806, p. 3.


ANNEX I

Graphical illustration

Image 1


ANNEX II

List of smaller units

Akrahreppur

5 706

Akraneskaupstaður

3 000

Akureyrarbær

6 000

Árneshreppur

4 901

Ásahreppur

8 610

Bláskógabyggð

8 721

Blönduósbær

5 604

Bolungarvíkurkaupstaður

4 100

Borgarbyggð

3 609

Dalabyggð

3 811

Dalvíkurbyggð

6 400

Eyja- og Miklaholtshreppur

3 713

Eyjafjarðarsveit

6 513

Fjallabyggð

6 250

Fjarðabyggð

7 300

Fljótsdalshreppur

7 505

Flóahreppur

8 722

Grindavíkurbær

2 300

Grímsnes- og Grafningshreppur

8 719

Grundarfjarðarbær

3 709

Grýtubakkahreppur

6 602

Helgafellssveit

3 710

Hrunamannahreppur

8 710

Húnavatnshreppur

5 612

Húnaþing vestra

5 508

Hvalfjarðarsveit

3 511

Hveragerðisbær

8 716

Hörgársveit

6 515

Ísafjarðarbær

4 200

Kaldrananeshreppur

4 902

Kjósarhreppur

1 606

Langanesbyggð

6 709

Múlaþing

7 400

Mýrdalshreppur

8 508

Norðurþing

6 100

Rangárþing eystra

8 613

Rangárþing ytra

8 614

Reykhólahreppur

4 502

Reykjanesbær

2 000

Skaftárhreppur

8 509

Skagabyggð

5 611

Skeiða- og Gnúpverjahreppur

8 720

Skorradalshreppur

3 506

Skútustaðahreppur

6 607

Snæfellsbær

3 714

Strandabyggð

4 911

Stykkishólmsbær

3 711

Suðurnesjabær

2 510

Súðavíkurhreppur

4 803

Svalbarðshreppur

6 706

Svalbarðsstrandarhreppur

6 601

Sveitarfélagið Árborg

8 200

Sveitarfélagið Hornafjörður

8 401

Sveitarfélagið Skagafjörður

5 200

Sveitarfélagið Skagaströnd

5 609

Sveitarfélagið Vogar

2 506

Sveitarfélagið Ölfus

8 717

Tálknafjarðarhreppur

4 604

Tjörneshreppur

6 611

Vestmannaeyjabær

8 000

Vesturbyggð

4 607

Vopnafjarðarhreppur

7 502

Þingeyjarsveit

6 612


Corrigenda

21.7.2022   

EN

Official Journal of the European Union

L 192/30


Corrigendum to Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 2022/892 of 1 April 2022 amending Implementing Regulation (EU) No 668/2014 laying down rules for the application of Regulation (EU) No 1151/2012 of the European Parliament and of the Council on quality schemes for agricultural products and foodstuffs

( Official Journal of the European Union L 155 of 8 June 2022 )

On page 12, in Article 10a(4):

for:

‘Annex VI’,

read:

‘Annex VII’.

On page 13, in Article 10b(4):

for:

‘Annex VII’,

read:

‘Annex VIII’.


21.7.2022   

EN

Official Journal of the European Union

L 192/31


Corrigendum to Commission Implementing Decision (EU) 2022/716 of 6 May 2022 on the approval of a Smart Diesel Fuel Heater for use in conventional combustion engine and certain hybrid electric passenger cars and light commercial vehicles as an innovative technology pursuant to Regulation (EU) 2019/631 of the European Parliament and of the Council

( Official Journal of the European Union L 133 of 10 May 2022 )

On page 35, in Article 4:

for:

‘eco-innovation code 37’

read:

‘eco-innovation code 38’.

On page 39, in the Annex, in point 3 in Formula 5:

for:

Formula

read:

Formula

On page 40, in the Annex, in point 4 in Formula 6:

for:

Formula

read:

Formula

On page 40, in the Annex, in point 4 in Formula 7:

for:

Formula

Read:

Formula


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