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Official Journal of the European Union, L 92, 8 April 2015


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Official Journal

of the European Union

L 92

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Legislation

Volume 58
8 April 2015


Contents

 

II   Non-legislative acts

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REGULATIONS

 

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Council Implementing Regulation (EU) 2015/548 of 7 April 2015 implementing Regulation (EU) No 359/2011 concerning restrictive measures directed against certain persons, entities and bodies in view of the situation in Iran

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Council Implementing Regulation (EU) 2015/549 of 7 April 2015 implementing Regulation (EU) No 267/2012 concerning restrictive measures against Iran

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Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 2015/550 of 24 March 2015 entering a name in the register of protected designations of origin and protected geographical indications [Fränkischer Grünkern (PDO)]

18

 

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Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 2015/551 of 24 March 2015 entering a name in the register of protected designations of origin and protected geographical indications [Miel des Cévennes (PGI)]

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Commission Regulation (EU) 2015/552 of 7 April 2015 amending Annexes II, III and V to Regulation (EC) No 396/2005 of the European Parliament and of the Council as regards maximum residue levels for 1,3-dichloropropene, bifenox, dimethenamid-P, prohexadione, tolylfluanid and trifluralin in or on certain products ( 1 )

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Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 2015/553 of 7 April 2015 approving the active substance cerevisane, in accordance with Regulation (EC) No 1107/2009 of the European Parliament and of the Council concerning the placing of plant protection products on the market, and amending the Annex to Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) No 540/2011 ( 1 )

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Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 2015/554 of 7 April 2015 establishing the standard import values for determining the entry price of certain fruit and vegetables

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DECISIONS

 

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Council Decision (CFSP) 2015/555 of 7 April 2015 amending Decision 2011/235/CFSP concerning restrictive measures directed against certain persons and entities in view of the situation in Iran

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Council Decision (CFSP) 2015/556 of 7 April 2015 amending Council Decision 2010/413/CFSP concerning restrictive measures against Iran

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Commission Implementing Decision (EU) 2015/557 of 31 March 2015 amending Annex I to Decision 2004/211/EC as regards the entry for China in the list of third countries and parts thereof from which imports into the Union of live equidae and semen, ova and embryos of the equine species are authorised (notified under document C(2015) 2070)  ( 1 )

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Commission Implementing Decision (EU) 2015/558 of 1 April 2015 amending Implementing Decision 2014/709/EU concerning animal health control measures relating to African swine fever in certain Member States (notified under document C(2015) 2160)  ( 1 )

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(1)   Text with EEA relevance

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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

8.4.2015   

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Official Journal of the European Union

L 92/1


COUNCIL IMPLEMENTING REGULATION (EU) 2015/548

of 7 April 2015

implementing Regulation (EU) No 359/2011 concerning restrictive measures directed against certain persons, entities and bodies in view of the situation in Iran

THE COUNCIL OF THE EUROPEAN UNION,

Having regard to the Treaty on European Union,

Having regard to Council Regulation (EU) No 359/2011 of 12 April 2011 concerning restrictive measures against certain persons, entities and bodies in view of the situation in Iran (1), and in particular Article 12(1) thereof,

Whereas:

(1)

On 12 April 2011, the Council adopted Regulation (EU) No 359/2011.

(2)

On the basis of a review of Council Decision 2011/235/CFSP (2), the Council has decided that the restrictive measures therein should be renewed until 13 April 2016.

(3)

The Council has also concluded that the entries concerning certain persons and one entity included in Annex I to Regulation (EU) No 359/2011 should be updated.

(4)

Furthermore, there are no longer grounds for keeping two persons on the list of persons and entities subject to restrictive measures set out in Annex I to Regulation (EU) No 359/2011.

(5)

In addition, one entry concerning a person already included in Annex I to Regulation (EU) No 359/2011should be deleted.

(6)

Annex I to Regulation (EU) No 359/2011 should be amended accordingly,

HAS ADOPTED THIS REGULATION:

Article 1

Annex I to Council Regulation (EU) No 359/2011 is amended as set out in the Annex to this Regulation.

Article 2

This Regulation shall enter into force on the date 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, 7 April 2015.

For the Council

The President

E. RINKĒVIČS


(1)  OJ L 100, 14.4.2011, p. 1.

(2)  Council Decision 2011/235/CFSP of 12 April 2011 concerning restrictive measures directed against certain persons and entities in view of the situation in Iran (OJ L 100, 14.4.2011, p. 51).


ANNEX

(1)

The entries for the following persons shall be deleted from the list set out in Annex I to Council Regulation (EU) No 359/2011:

42.

HEYDARI Nabiollah

70.

REZVANI Gholomani

72.

ELAHI Mousa Khalil

(2)

The entries for the following persons and entity as set out in in Annex I to Council Regulation (EU) No 359/2011 shall be replaced by the entries below:

Persons

 

Name

Identifying information

Reasons

Date of listing

10.

RADAN Ahmad-Reza

POB: Isfahan (Iran) — DOB:1963

Head of the Police Strategic Studies Centre, former Deputy Chief of Iran's National Police until June 2014. As Deputy Chief of National Police from 2008, Radan was responsible for beatings, murder, and arbitrary arrests and detentions against protestors that were committed by the police forces.

12.4.2011

13.

TAEB Hossein

POB: Tehran — DOB: 1963

Deputy IRGC commander for intelligence. Former Commander of the Basij until October 2009. Forces under his command participated in mass beatings, murders, detentions and tortures of peaceful protestors.

12.4.2011

14.

SHARIATI Seyeed Hassan

 

Former Head of Mashhad Judiciary until September 2014. Likely to be currently in a process of reassignment to another function. Trials under his supervision have been conducted summarily and inside closed sessions, without adherence to basic rights of the accused, and with reliance on confessions extracted under pressure and torture. As execution rulings were issued en masse, death sentences were issued without proper observance of fair hearing procedures.

12.4.2011

15.

DORRI- NADJAFABADI Ghorban-Ali

POB: Najafabad (Iran) — DOB: 1945

Member of the Assembly of Experts and representative of the Supreme Leader in Markazi (‘Central’) Province. Former Prosecutor General of Iran until September 2009, as well as former Intelligence minister under Khatami presidency.

As Prosecutor General of Iran, he ordered and supervised the show trials following the first post-election protests, where the accused were denied their rights, and an attorney. He also carries responsibility for the Kahrizak abuses.

12.4.2011

16.

HADDAD Hassan (alias Hassan ZAREH DEHNAVI)

 

Former Judge, Tehran Revolutionary Court, branch 26. He was in charge of the detainee cases related to the post-election crises and regularly threatened families of detainees in order to silence them. He has been instrumental in issuing detention orders to the Kahrizak Detention Centre. In November 2014, his role in the deaths of detainees was officially recognised by the Iranian authorities.

12.4.2011

18.

HEYDARIFAR Ali-Akbar

 

Former Judge, Tehran Revolutionary Court. He participated in protesters trials. He was questioned by the Judiciary about Kahrizak exactions. He was instrumental in issuing detention orders to consign detainees to Kahrizak Detention Centre. In November 2014, his role in the deaths of detainees was officially recognised by the Iranian authorities.

12.4.2011

19.

JAFARI- DOLATABADI Abbas

POB: Yazd (Iran) — DOB: 1953

Prosecutor general of Tehran since August 2009. Dolatabadi's office indicted a large number of protesters, including individuals who took part in the December 2009 Ashura Day protests. He ordered the closure of Karroubi's office in September 2009 and the arrest of several reformist politicians, and he banned two reformist political parties in June 2010. His office charged protesters with the charge of Muharebeh, or enmity against God, which carries a death sentence, and denied due process to those facing the death sentence. His office also targeted and arrested reformists, human rights activists, and members of the media, as part of a broad crackdown on the political opposition.

 

20.

MOGHISSEH Mohammad (a.k.a. NASSERIAN)

 

Judge, Head of Tehran Revolutionary Court, branch 28. He has dealt with post-election cases. He issued long prison sentences during unfair trials for social, political activists and journalists and several death sentences for protesters and social and political activists.

12.4.2011

21.

MOHSENI-EJEI Gholam-Hossein

POB: Ejiyeh -DOB: circa 1956

Prosecutor General of Iran since September 2009 and spokesman of the Judiciary, and former Intelligence minister during the 2009 elections. While he was Intelligence minister during the 2009 election, intelligence agents under his command were responsible for detention, torture and extraction of false confessions under pressure from hundreds of activists, journalists, dissidents, and reformist politicians. In addition, political figures were coerced into making false confessions under unbearable interrogations, which included torture, abuse, blackmail, and the threatening of family members.

12.4.2011

22.

MORTAZAVI Said

POB: Meybod, Yazd (Iran) — DOB: 1967

Former Prosecutor General of Tehran until August 2009.

As Tehran Prosecutor General, he issued a blanket order used for the detention of hundreds of activists, journalists and students. In January 2010 a parliamentary investigation held him directly responsible for the detention of three prisoners who subsequently died in custody. He was suspended from office in August 2010 after an investigation by the Iranian judiciary into his role in the deaths of the three men detained on his orders following the election. In November 2014, his role in the deaths of detainees was officially recognised by the Iranian authorities.

12.4.2011

23.

PIR-ABASSI Abbas

 

Judge, Tehran Revolutionary Court, branch 26. He is in charge of post-election cases, he issued long prison sentences during unfair trials against human rights activists and has issued several death sentences for protesters.

12.4.2011

28.

YASAGHI Ali-Akbar

 

Judge of the Supreme Court. Former Chief Judge, Mashhad Revolutionary Court. Trials under his jurisdiction have been conducted summarily and inside closed session, without adherence to basic rights of the accused. As execution rulings were issued en masse, death sentences were issued without proper observance of fair hearing procedures.

12.4.2011

30.

ESMAILI Gholam-Hossein

 

Head of the Tehran Judiciary. Former Head of Iran's Prisons Organisation. In this capacity, he was complicit to the massive detention of political protesters and covering up abuses performed in the jailing system.

12.4.2011

34.

AKBARSHAHI Ali-Reza

 

Director-General of Iran's Anti-Narcotics Headquarters. Former Commander of Tehran Police. Under his leadership, the police force was responsible for the use of extrajudicial force on suspects during arrest and pre-trial detention. The Tehran police were also implicated in raids on Tehran university dorms in June 2009, when according to an Iranian Majlis commission, more than 100 students were injured by the police and Basiji.

10.10.2011

36.

AVAEE Seyyed Ali-Reza (Aka: AVAEE Seyyed Alireza)

 

Advisor to the Disciplinary Court for Judges since April 2014. Former President of the Tehran Judiciary. As President of the Tehran Judiciary he has been responsible for human rights violations, arbitrary arrests, denials of prisoners' rights and an increase in executions.

10.10.2011

37.

BANESHI Jaber

 

Advisor to the Judiciary in Iran. Former Prosecutor of Shiraz until 2012. He was responsible for the excessive and increasing use of the death penalty by handing down dozens of death sentences. Prosecutor during the Shiraz bombing case in 2008, which was used by the regime to sentence to death several opponents of the regime.

10.10.2011

40.

HABIBI Mohammad Reza

 

Deputy Prosecutor of Isfahan. Complicit in proceedings denying defendants a fair trial — such as Abdollah Fathi executed in May 2011 after his right to be heard and mental health issues were ignored by Habibi during his trial in March 2010. He is, therefore, complicit in a grave violation of the right to due process, contributing to the excessive and increasing use of the death penalty and a sharp increase in executions since the beginning of 2011.

10.10.2011

41.

HEJAZI Mohammad

POB: Ispahan DOB: 1956

Deputy Head of the Armed Forces, he has played a key role in intimidating and threatening Iran's ‘enemies’, and the bombing of Iraqi Kurdish villages. Former Head of the IRGC's Sarollah Corps in Tehran, and former Head of the Basij Forces, he played a central role in the post-election crackdown of protesters.

10.10.2011

47.

KHALILOLLAHI Moussa (Aka: KHALILOLLAHI Mousa, ELAHI Mousa Khalil)

 

Prosecutor of Tabriz. He was involved in Sakineh Mohammadi-Ashtiani's case and is complicit in grave violations of the right to due process.

10.10.2011

48.

MAHSOULI Sadeq (Aka: MAHSULI, Sadeq)

POB: Oroumieh (Iran) DOB: 1959/60

Advisor to Former President and current member of the Expediency Council Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and member of the Perseverance Front. Minister of Welfare and Social Security between 2009 and 2011. Minister of the Interior until August 2009. As Interior Minister, Mahsouli had authority over all police forces, interior ministry security agents, and plainclothes agents. The forces under his direction were responsible for attacks on the dormitories of Tehran University on 14 June 2009 and the torture of students in the basement of the Ministry (the notorious basement level 4). Other protestors were severely abused at the Kahrizak Detention Centre, which was operated by police under Mahsouli's control.

10.10.2011

49.

MALEKI Mojtaba

 

Prosecutor of Kermanshah. Has played a role in the dramatic increase in death sentences being passed in Iran, including prosecuting the cases of seven prisoners convicted of drug trafficking who were hanged on the same day on 3 January 2010 in Kermanshah's central prison.

10.10.2011

52.

KHODAEI SOURI Hojatollah

POB: Selseleh (Iran) — DOB: 1964

Member of the National Security and Foreign policy Committee. Parliamentary deputy for Lorestan Province. Member of the Parliamentary Commission for Foreign and Security Policy. Former head of Evin prison until 2012. Torture was a common practice in Evin prison while Souri was its head. In Ward 209, many activists were held for their peaceful activities in opposition to the ruling government.

10.10.2011

53.

TALA Hossein (Aka: TALA Hosseyn)

 

Iranian MP. Former Governor-General (‘Farmandar’) of Tehran Province until September 2010, he was responsible for the intervention of police forces and therefore for the repression of demonstrations.

He received a prize in December 2010 for his role in the post-election repression.

10.10.2011

54.

TAMADDON Morteza (Aka: TAMADON Morteza)

POB: Shahr Kord-Isfahan DOB: 1959

Head of Tehran provincial Public Security Council. Former IRGC Governor-General of Tehran Province.

In his capacity as governor and head of Tehran provincial Public Security Council, he bears overall responsibility for all repressive activities undertaken by the IRGC in Tehran province, including cracking down on political protests since June 2009.

10.10.2011

57.

HAJMOHAM- MADI Aziz

 

Judge at the Tehran Provincial Criminal Court. Former judge at the first chamber of the Evin Court. He conducted several trials of demonstrators, inter alia, that of Abdol-Reza Ghanbari, a teacher arrested in January 2010 and sentenced to death for his political activities. The Evin court of first instance was established within the walls of Evin prison, a fact welcomed by Jafari Dolatabadi in March 2010. In this prison some accused persons have been confined, mistreated and forced to make false statements.

10.10.2011

59.

BAKHTIARI Seyyed Morteza

POB: Mashad (Iran) DOB: 1952

Deputy General Attorney, responsible for political and security issues. Former Minister of Justice from 2009 to 2013.

During his time as Minister of Justice, prison conditions within Iran fell well below accepted international standards, and there was widespread mistreatment of prisoners. In addition, he played a key role in threatening and harassing the Iranian diaspora by announcing the establishment of a special court to deal specifically with Iranians who live outside the country. He also oversaw a sharp increase in the number of executions in Iran, including secret executions not announced by the government, and executions for drug-related offenses.

10.10.2011

60.

HOSSEINI Dr Mohammad (Aka: HOSSEYNI, Dr Seyyed Mohammad; Seyed, Sayyed and Sayyid)

POB: Rafsanjan, Kerman DOB: 1961

Advisor to Former President and current member of the Expediency Council Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. Former Minister of Culture and Islamic Guidance (2009-2013). Ex-IRGC, he was complicit in the repression of journalists.

10.10.2011

61.

MOSLEHI Heydar (Aka: MOSLEHI Heidar; MOSLEHI Haidar)

POB: Isfahan (Iran) DOB: 1956

Head of the organization for publications on the role of the clergy at war. Former Minister of Intelligence (2009-2013).

Under his leadership, the Ministry of Intelligence continued the practices of widespread arbitrary detention and persecution of protesters and dissidents. The Ministry of Intelligence runs Ward 209 of Evin Prison, where many activists have been held on account of their peaceful activities in opposition to the government in power. Interrogators from the Ministry of Intelligence have subjected prisoners in Ward 209 to beatings and mental and sexual abuse.

10.10.2011

62.

ZARGHAMI Ezzatollah

POB: Dezful (Iran) DOB: 22 July 1959

Head of Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting (IRIB) until November 2014. Likely to be currently in a process of reassignment to another function. Under his tenure at IRIB, he was responsible for all programming decisions. IRIB has broadcast forced confessions of detainees and a series of ‘show trials’ in August 2009 and December 2011. These constitute a clear violation of international provisions on fair trial and the right to due process.

23.3.2012

63.

TAGHIPOUR Reza

POB: Maragheh (Iran) DOB: 1957

Member of the City Council of Teheran. Former Minister for Information and Communications (2009-2012).

As Minister for Information, he was one of the top officials in charge of censorship and control of internet activities and also all types of communications (in particular mobile phones). During interrogations of political detainees, the interrogators make use of the detainees' personal data, mail and communications. On several occasions following the 2009 presidential election and during street demonstrations, mobile lines and text messaging were blocked, satellite TV channels were jammed and the internet locally suspended or at least slowed down.

23.3.2012

64.

KAZEMI Toraj

 

Colonel of the technology and communications police, he announced a campaign for the recruitment of government hackers in order to achieve better control of information on the internet and attack ‘dangerous’ sites.

23.3.2012

65.

LARIJANI Sadeq

POB: Najaf (Iraq) DOB: 1960 or August 1961

Head of the Judiciary. The Head of the Judiciary is required to consent to and sign off every qisas (retribution), hodoud (crimes against God) and ta'zirat (crimes against the state) punishment. This includes sentences attracting the death penalty, floggings and amputations. In this regard, he has personally signed off numerous death penalty sentences, contravening international standards, including stoning, executions by suspension strangulation, execution of juveniles, and public executions such as those where prisoners have been hung from bridges in front of crowds of thousands.

He has also permitted corporal punishment sentences such as amputations and the dripping of acid into the eyes of the convicted. Since Sadeq Larijani took office, arbitrary arrests of political prisoners, human rights defenders and minorities increased markedly. Executions also increased sharply since 2009. Sadeq Larijani also bears responsibility for systemic failures in the Iranian judicial process to respect the right to a fair trial.

23.3.2012

66.

MIRHEJAZI Ali

 

Part of the Supreme Leader's inner circle, one of those responsible for planning the suppression of protests which has been implemented since 2009, and associated with those responsible for supressing the protests.

23.3.2012

68.

RAMIN Mohammad-Ali

POB: Dezful (Iran) DOB: 1954

Secretary-general of the World Holocaust Foundation, established at the International Conference to Review the Global Vision of the Holocaust in 2006, which Ramin was responsible for organising on behalf of the Iranian Government. Main figure responsible for censorship as Vice-Minister in charge of the Press up to December 2013, being directly responsible for the closure of many reforming newspapers (Etemad, Etemad-e Melli, Shargh, etc.), closure of the Independent Press Syndicate and the intimidation or arrest of journalists.

23.3.2012

69.

MORTAZAVI Seyyed Solat

POB: Meibod (Iran) DOB: 1967

Mayor of the second largest city of Iran, Mashad, where public executions regularly happen. Former Deputy Interior Minister for Political Affairs. He was responsible for directing repression of persons who spoke up in defence of their legitimate rights, including freedom of expression. Later appointed as Head of the Iranian Election Committee for the parliamentarian elections in 2012 and for the presidential elections in 2013.

23.3.2012

73.

FAHRADI Ali

 

Prosecutor of Karaj. Responsible for grave violations of human rights, including prosecuting trials in which the death penalty is passed. There have been a high number of executions in Karaj region during his time as prosecutor.

23.3.2012

74.

REZVANMA- NESH Ali

 

Prosecutor. Responsible for grave violation of human rights, including involvement in the execution of a juvenile.

23.3.2012

75.

RAMEZANI Gholamhosein

 

Security Chief at the Ministry of Defence. Former Chief of Protection and Security at the IRGC until March 2012. Ex-Commander of IRGC Intelligence until October 2009. Involved in the suppression of freedom of expression, including by being associated with those responsible for the arrests of bloggers/journalists in 2004, and reported to have had a role in the suppression of the post-election protests in 2009.

23.3.2012

77.

JAFARI Reza

DOB: 1967

Advisor to the Disciplinary Court for Judges since 2012. Member of the ‘Committee for Determining Criminal Web Content’, a body responsible for web sites and social media censorship. Former Head of special prosecution of cyber crime between 2007 and 2012. Was responsible for the repression of freedom of expression, including through the arrest, detention and prosecution of bloggers and journalists. Persons arrested on suspicion of cyber crime were mistreated and the subject of an unfair judicial process.

23.3.2012

78.

RESHTE- AHMADI Bahram

 

Judge of an ordinary court of northern Tehran. Former Supervisor of Public Prosecution Office in Tehran. Deputy Head of the Office of Prison Affairs of Tehran Province. Former Deputy Prosecutor in Tehran until 2013. He ran Evin prosecution centre. Was responsible for the denial of rights, including visits and other prisoner's rights, to human rights defenders and political prisoners.

23.3.2012

79.

RASHIDI AGHDAM, Ali Ashraf

 

Head of Evin Prison, appointed in mid-2012. Since his appointment, conditions in the prison deteriorated and reports referenced intensified ill-treatment of prisoners. In October 2012, nine female prisoners went on hunger strike in protest of the violation of their rights and violent treatment by prison guards.

12.3.2013

80.

KIASATI Morteza

 

Judge of the Ahwaz Revolutionary Court, Branch 4, imposed death sentences on four Arab political prisoners, Taha Heidarian, Abbas Heidarian, Abd al-Rahman Heidarian (three brothers) and Ali Sharifi. They were arrested, tortured and hanged without due process. These cases and the lack of due process were referenced in a report dated 13 September 2012 by the UN Special Rapporteur on human rights in Iran, the UN Secretary General's report on Iran of 22 August 2012.

12.3.2013

81.

MOUSSAVI, Seyed Mohammad Bagher

 

Ahwaz Revolutionary Court judge, Branch 2, imposed death sentences on five Ahwazi Arabs, Mohammad Ali Amouri, Hashem Sha'bani Amouri, Hadi Rashedi, Sayed Jaber Alboshoka, Sayed Mokhtar Alboshoka, on 17 March 2012 for ‘activities against national security’ and ‘enmity against God’. The sentences were upheld by Iran's Supreme Court on 9 January 2013. The five were arrested without charge for over a year, tortured and sentenced without due process.

12.3.2013

82.

SARAFRAZ, Mohammad (Dr.) (aka: Haj-agha Sarafraz)

Date of Birth: appr. 1963 Place of Birth: Tehran Place of Residence: Tehran Place of Work: IRIB and PressTV HQ, Tehran

President of the Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting (IRIB). Former Head of IRIB World Service and Press TV, responsible for all programming decisions. Closely associated with the state security apparatus. Under his direction Press TV, along with IRIB, has worked with the Iranian security services and prosecutors to broadcast forced confessions of detainees, including that of Iranian-Canadian journalist and film-maker Maziar Bahari, in the weekly programme ‘Iran Today’. Independent broadcast regulator OFCOM fined Press TV in the UK GBP 100 000 for broadcasting Bahari's confession in 2011, which was filmed in prison whilst Bahari was under duress. Sarafraz therefore is associated with violating the right to due process and fair trial.

12.3.2013

83.

JAFARI, Asadollah

 

Prosecutor of Mazandaran Province, responsible for illegal arrests and violations of the rights of Baha'i detainees from initial arrest to keeping them in solitary confinement in the Intelligence Detention Centre. Six concrete examples of cases where due process was violated have been documented. Jafari has prosecuted cases that have resulted in many executions, including public executions.

12.3.2013

85.

HAMLBAR, Rahim

 

Judge of Branch 1 of Tabriz Revolutionary Court. Responsible for heavy sentences against journalists and Azeri ethnic minority and workers' rights activists, accusing them of spying, acts against national security, propaganda against the Iranian regime and insulting the leader of Iran. His judgments did not follow due process on many occasions and detainees were forced into false confessions. A high profile case involved 20 volunteer earthquake relief workers (following an earthquake in Iran in August 2012) to whom he gave prison sentences for their attempts to assist earthquake victims. The court found the workers guilty of ‘collaboration in assembly and collusion to commit crimes against national security.’

12.3.2013

86.

MUSAVI- TABAR, Seyyed Reza

 

Head of the Revolutionary Prosecution of Shiraz. Responsible for illegal arrests and ill treatment of political activists, journalists, human rights defenders, Baha'is and prisoners of conscience, who were harassed, tortured, interrogated and denied access to lawyers and due process. Musavi-Tabar signed judicial orders in the notorious No 100 Detention Centre (a male prison), including an order to detain female Baha'i prisoner Raha Sabet for three years in solitary confinement.

12.3.2013

Entities

 

Name

Identifying information

Reasons

Date of listing

1.

Centre to Investigate Organized Crime (aka: Cyber Crime Office or Cyber Police)

Location: Tehran, Iran Website: http://www.cyberpolice.ir

The Iranian Cyber Police, founded in January 2011, is a unit of the Islamic Republic of Iran Police, which is headed by Esmail Ahmadi-Moqaddam (listed). Ahmadi-Moqaddam underlined that the Cyber Police would take on anti-revolutionary and dissident groups who used internet-based social networks in 2009 to trigger protests against the re-election of President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. In January 2012, the Cyber Police issued new guidelines for internet cafés, requiring users to provide personal information that would be kept by café owners for six months, as well as a record of the websites they visited. The rules also require café owners to install closed-circuit television cameras and maintain the recordings for six months.

These new rules may create a logbook that authorities can use to track down activists or whomever is deemed a threat to national security. In June 2012, Iranian media reported that the Cyber Police would be launching a crackdown on virtual private networks (VPNs). On 30 October 2012, the Cyber Police arrested the blogger Sattar Beheshti without a warrant for ‘actions against national security on social networks and Facebook.’ Beheshti had criticized the Iranian government in his blog. Beheshti was found dead in his prison cell on 3 November 2012, and is believed to have been tortured to death by the Cyber Police authorities.

 


8.4.2015   

EN

Official Journal of the European Union

L 92/12


COUNCIL IMPLEMENTING REGULATION (EU) 2015/549

of 7 April 2015

implementing Regulation (EU) No 267/2012 concerning restrictive measures against Iran

THE COUNCIL OF THE EUROPEAN UNION,

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

Having regard to Council Regulation (EU) No 267/2012 of 23 March 2012 concerning restrictive measures against Iran and repealing Regulation (EU) No 961/2010 (1), and in particular Article 46(2) thereof,

Whereas:

(1)

On 23 March 2012, the Council adopted Regulation (EU) No 267/2012.

(2)

By its judgment of 22 January 2015 in Joined Cases T-420/11 and T-56/12, the General Court of the European Union annulled Council Decisions 2011/299/CFSP (2) and 2011/783/CFSP (3) in so far as they include the following entities on the list of persons and entities subject to restrictive measures set out in Annex IX to Regulation (EU) No 267/2012: Ocean Capital Administration GmbH, First Ocean Administration GmbH, First Ocean GmbH & Co. KG, Second Ocean Administration GmbH, Second Ocean GmbH & Co. KG, Third Ocean Administration GmbH, Third Ocean GmbH & Co. KG, Fourth Ocean Administration GmbH, Fourth Ocean GmbH & Co. KG, Fifth Ocean Administration GmbH, Fifth Ocean GmbH & Co. KG, Sixth Ocean Administration GmbH, Sixth Ocean GmbH & Co. KG, Seventh Ocean Administration GmbH, Seventh Ocean GmbH & Co. KG, Eighth Ocean Administration GmbH, Eighth Ocean GmbH & Co. KG, Ninth Ocean Administration GmbH, Ninth Ocean GmbH & Co. KG, Tenth Ocean Administration GmbH, Tenth Ocean GmbH & Co. KG, Eleventh Ocean Administration GmbH, Eleventh Ocean GmbH & Co. KG, Twelfth Ocean Administration GmbH, Twelfth Ocean GmbH & Co. KG, Thirteenth Ocean Administration GmbH, Fourteenth Ocean Administration GmbH, Fifteenth Ocean Administration GmbH, Sixteenth Ocean Administration GmbH, Kerman Shipping Co. Ltd, Woking Shipping Investments Ltd, Shere Shipping Co. Ltd, Tongham Shipping Co. Ltd, Uppercourt Shipping Co. Ltd, Vobster Shipping Co. Ltd, Lancelin Shipping Co. Ltd, IRISL Maritime Training Institute, Kheibar Co. and Kish Shipping Line Manning Co.

(3)

On the basis of a new statement of reasons, 32 of those entities should be included again on the list of persons and entities subject to restrictive measures.

(4)

By its judgment of 22 January 2015 in Case T-176/12, the General Court of the European Union annulled Council Decision 2012/35/CFSP (4) to include Bank Tejarat on the list of persons and entities subject to restrictive measures set out in Annex IX to Regulation (EU) No 267/2012.

(5)

Bank Tejarat should be included again on the list of persons and entities subject to restrictive measures, on the basis of a new statement of reasons.

(6)

Regulation (EU) No 267/2012 should be amended accordingly,

HAS ADOPTED THIS REGULATION:

Article 1

Annex IX to Regulation (EU) No 267/2012 is amended as set out in the Annex to this Regulation.

Article 2

This Regulation shall enter into force on the date 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, 7 April 2015.

For the Council

The President

E. RINKĒVIČS


(1)  OJ L 88, 24.3.2012, p. 1.

(2)  Council Decision 2011/299/CFSP of 23 May 2011 amending Decision 2010/413/CFSP concerning restrictive measures against Iran (OJ L 136, 24.5.2011, p. 65).

(3)  Council Decision 2011/783/CFSP of 1 December 2011 amending Decision 2010/413/CFSP concerning restrictive measures against Iran (OJ L 319, 2.12.2011, p. 71).

(4)  Council Decision 2012/35/CFSP of 23 January 2012 amending Decision 2010/413/CFSP concerning restrictive measures against Iran (OJ L 19, 24.1.2012, p. 22).


ANNEX

(1)

The entity listed below shall be inserted in the list set out in Part I of Annex IX to Regulation (EU) No 267/2012:

I.   Persons and entities involved in nuclear or ballistic missile activities and persons and entities providing support to the Government of Iran

B.   Entities

 

Name

Identifying information

Reasons

Date of listing

105.

Bank Tejarat

Postal Address: Taleghani Br. 130, Taleghani Ave. P.O. Box: 11365 -5416, Tehran; Tel. 88826690; Tlx.: 226641 TJTA IR; Fax 88893641; Website: http://www.tejaratbank.ir

Bank Tejarat provides significant support to the Government of Iran by offering financial resources and financing services for oil and gas development projects. The oil and gas sector constitutes a significant source of funding for the Government of Iran and several projects financed by Bank Tejarat are carried out by subsidiaries of entities owned and controlled by the Government of Iran. In addition, Bank Tejarat remains partly owned by and closely linked to the Government of Iran which is therefore in a position to influence Bank Tejarat's decisions, including its involvement in the financing of projects regarded by the Iranian Government as a high priority.

Furthermore, as Bank Tejarat provides financing to various crude oil productions and refining projects which necessarily require the acquisition of key equipment and technology for those sectors whose supply for use in Iran is prohibited, Bank Tejarat can be identified as being involved in the procurement of prohibited goods and technology.

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(2)

The entities listed below shall be inserted in the list set out in Part III of Annex IX to Regulation (EU) No 267/2012:

III.   Islamic Republic of Iran Shipping Lines (IRISL)

B.   Entities

 

Name

Identifying information

Reasons

Date of listing

4.

Ocean Capital Administration GmbH

Schottweg 5, Hamburg 22087, Germany; Business Registration Document # HRB92501 (Germany) issued 4 Jan 2005

A German-based IRISL holding company that is owned and controlled by IRISL.

8.4.2015

5.

First Ocean Administration GmbH

Schottweg 5, Hamburg 22087, Germany; Business Registration Document # HRB94311 (Germany) issued 21 Jul 2005

Owned by IRISL through Ocean Capital Administration GmbH which is an IRISL holding company.

8.4.2015

5a.

First Ocean GmbH & Co. KG

Schottweg 5, Hamburg 22087, Germany; Business Registration Document # HRA102601 (Germany) issued 19 Sep 2005; IMO Nr. 9349576

Owned by IRISL through Ocean Capital Administration GmbH which is an IRISL holding company.

8.4.2015

6.

Second Ocean Administration GmbH

Schottweg 5, Hamburg 22087, Germany; Business Registration Document # HRB94312 (Germany) issued 21 Jul 2005

Owned by IRISL through Ocean Capital Administration GmbH which is an IRISL holding company.

8.4.2015

6a.

Second Ocean GmbH & Co. KG

Schottweg 5, Hamburg 22087, Germany; Business Registration Document # HRA102502 (Germany) issued 24 Aug 2005; IMO Nr.: 9349588.

Owned by IRISL through Ocean Capital Administration GmbH which is an IRISL holding company.

8.4.2015

7.

Third Ocean Administration GmbH

Schottweg 5, Hamburg 22087, Germany; Business Registration Document # HRB94313 (Germany) issued 21 Jul 2005

Owned by IRISL through Ocean Capital Administration GmbH which is an IRISL holding company.

8.4.2015

7a.

Third Ocean GmbH & Co. KG

Schottweg 5, Hamburg 22087, Germany; Business Registration Document # HRA102520 (Germany) issued 29 Aug 2005; IMO Nr.:9349590

Owned by IRISL through Ocean Capital Administration GmbH which is an IRISL holding company.

8.4.2015

8.

Fourth Ocean Administration GmbH

Schottweg 5, Hamburg 22087, Germany; Business Registration Document # HRB94314 (Germany) issued 21 Jul 2005

Owned by IRISL through Ocean Capital Administration GmbH which is an IRISL holding company.

8.4.2015

8a.

Fourth Ocean GmbH & Co. KG

Schottweg 5, Hamburg 22087, Germany; Business Registration Document # HRA102600 (Germany) issued 19 Sep 2005

Owned by IRISL through Ocean Capital Administration GmbH which is an IRISL holding company.

8.4.2015

9.

Fifth Ocean Administration GmbH

Schottweg 5, Hamburg 22087, Germany; Business Registration Document # HRB94315 (Germany) issued 21 Jul 2005

Owned by IRISL through Ocean Capital Administration GmbH which is an IRISL holding company.

8.4.2015

9a.

Fifth Ocean GmbH & Co. KG

Schottweg 5, Hamburg 22087, Germany; Business Registration Document # HRA102599 (Germany) issued 19 Sep 2005; IMO Nr.: 9349667

Owned by IRISL through Ocean Capital Administration GmbH which is an IRISL holding company.

8.4.2015

10.

Sixth Ocean Administration GmbH

Schottweg 5, Hamburg 22087, Germany; Business Registration Document # HRB94316 (Germany) issued 21 Jul 2005

Owned by IRISL through Ocean Capital Administration GmbH which is an IRISL holding company.

8.4.2015

10a.

Sixth Ocean GmbH & Co. KG

Schottweg 5, Hamburg 22087, Germany; Business Registration Document # HRA102501 (Germany) issued 24 Aug 2005; IMO Nr.: 9349679

Owned by IRISL through Ocean Capital Administration GmbH which is an IRISL holding company.

8.4.2015

11.

Seventh Ocean Administration GmbH

Schottweg 5, Hamburg 22087, Germany; Business Registration Document # HRB94829 (Germany) issued 19 Sep 2005

Owned by IRISL through Ocean Capital Administration GmbH which is an IRISL holding company.

8.4.2015

11a.

Seventh Ocean GmbH & Co. KG

Schottweg 5, Hamburg 22087, Germany; Business Registration Document # HRA102655 (Germany) issued 26 Sep 2005; IMO Nr.: 9165786

Owned by IRISL through Ocean Capital Administration GmbH which is an IRISL holding company.

8.4.2015

12.

Eighth Ocean Administration GmbH

Schottweg 5, Hamburg 22087, Germany; Business Registration Document # HRB94633 (Germany) issued 24 Aug 2005

Owned by IRISL through Ocean Capital Administration GmbH which is an IRISL holding company.

8.4.2015

12a.

Eighth Ocean GmbH & Co. KG

Schottweg 5, Hamburg 22087, Germany; Business Registration Document # HRA102533 (Germany) issued 1 Sep 2005; IMO Nr.: 9165803

Owned by IRISL through Ocean Capital Administration GmbH which is an IRISL holding company.

8.4.2015

13.

Ninth Ocean Administration GmbH

Schottweg 5, Hamburg 22087, Germany; Business Registration Document # HRB94698 (Germany) issued 9 Sep 2005

Owned by IRISL through Ocean Capital Administration GmbH which is an IRISL holding company.

8.4.2015

13a.

Ninth Ocean GmbH & Co. KG

Schottweg 5, Hamburg 22087, Germany; Business Registration Document # HRA102565 (Germany) issued 15 Sep 2005; IMO Nr.: 9165798

Owned by IRISL through Ocean Capital Administration GmbH which is an IRISL holding company.

8.4.2015

14.

Tenth Ocean Administration GmbH

Schottweg 5, Hamburg 22087, Germany

Owned by IRISL through Ocean Capital Administration GmbH which is an IRISL holding company.

8.4.2015

14a.

Tenth Ocean GmbH & Co. KG

Schottweg 5, Hamburg 22087, Germany; Business Registration Document # HRA102679 (Germany) issued 27 Sep 2005; IMO Nr.: 9165815

Owned by IRISL through Ocean Capital Administration GmbH which is an IRISL holding company.

8.4.2015

15.

Eleventh Ocean Administration GmbH

Schottweg 5, Hamburg 22087, Germany; Business Registration Document # HRB94632 (Germany) issued 24 Aug 2005

Owned by IRISL through Ocean Capital Administration GmbH which is an IRISL holding company.

8.4.2015

15a.

Eleventh Ocean GmbH & Co. KG

Schottweg 5, Hamburg 22087, Germany; Business Registration Document # HRA102544 (Germany) issued 9 Sep 2005; IMO Nr. 9209324

Owned by IRISL through Ocean Capital Administration GmbH which is an IRISL holding company.

8.4.2015

16.

Twelfth Ocean Administration GmbH

Schottweg 5, Hamburg 22087, Germany; Business Registration Document # HRB94573 (Germany) issued 18 Aug 2005

Owned by IRISL through Ocean Capital Administration GmbH which is an IRISL holding company.

8.4.2015

16a.

Twelfth Ocean GmbH & Co. KG

Schottweg 5, Hamburg 22087, Germany; Business Registration Document # HRA102506 (Germany) issued 25 Aug 2005

Owned by IRISL through Ocean Capital Administration GmbH which is an IRISL holding company.

8.4.2015

17.

Thirteenth Ocean Administration GmbH

Schottweg 5, Hamburg 22087, Germany

Owned by IRISL through Ocean Capital Administration GmbH which is an IRISL holding company.

8.4.2015

18.

Fourteenth Ocean Administration GmbH

Schottweg 5, Hamburg 22087, Germany

Owned by IRISL through Ocean Capital Administration GmbH which is an IRISL holding company.

8.4.2015

19.

Fifteenth Ocean Administration GmbH

Schottweg 5, Hamburg 22087, Germany

Owned by IRISL through Ocean Capital Administration GmbH which is an IRISL holding company.

8.4.2015

20.

Sixteenth Ocean Administration GmbH

Schottweg 5, Hamburg 22087, Germany

Owned by IRISL through Ocean Capital Administration GmbH which is an IRISL holding company.

8.4.2015

37.

IRISL Maritime Training Institute

No 115, Ghaem Magham Farahani St. P.O. Box 15896-53313, Tehran, Iran

IRISL Maritime Training Institute is owned and controlled by IRISL which holds 90 % of the company's shares and whose representative is Vice-President of the Board of Directors. It is involved in the training of IRISL employees.

8.4.2015

39.

Kheibar Co.

Iranshahr shomali (North) avenue, nr 237, 158478311 Tehran, Iran

Kheibar Co. is owned and controlled by IRISL which holds 81 % of the company's shares and whose representative is a member of its Board of Directors. It provides spare parts for shipping vessels.

8.4.2015

40.

Kish Shipping Line Manning Co.

Sanaei Street Kish Island Iran

Kish Shipping Line Manning Co. is owned and controlled by IRISL. It is involved in the recruitment and personnel management of IRISL.

8.4.2015


8.4.2015   

EN

Official Journal of the European Union

L 92/18


COMMISSION IMPLEMENTING REGULATION (EU) 2015/550

of 24 March 2015

entering a name in the register of protected designations of origin and protected geographical indications [Fränkischer Grünkern (PDO)]

THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION,

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

Having regard to Regulation (EU) No 1151/2012 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 21 November 2012 on quality schemes for agricultural products and foodstuffs (1), and in particular Article 52(2) thereof,

Whereas:

(1)

Pursuant to Article 50(2)(a) of Regulation (EU) No 1151/2012, Germany's application to register the name ‘Fränkischer Grünkern’ was published in the Official Journal of the European Union  (2).

(2)

As no statement of opposition under Article 51 of Regulation (EU) No 1151/2012 has been received by the Commission, the name ‘Fränkischer Grünkern’ should therefore be entered in the register,

HAS ADOPTED THIS REGULATION:

Article 1

The name ‘Fränkischer Grünkern’ (PDO) is hereby entered in the register.

The name specified in the first paragraph identifies a product in Class 1.6. Fruit, vegetables and cereals fresh or processed, as listed in Annex XI to Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) No 668/2014 (3).

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, 24 March 2015.

For the Commission,

On behalf of the President,

Phil HOGAN

Member of the Commission


(1)  OJ L 343, 14.12.2012, p. 1.

(2)  OJ C 410, 18.11.2014, p. 12.

(3)  Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) No 668/2014 of 13 June 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 179, 19.6.2014, p. 36).


8.4.2015   

EN

Official Journal of the European Union

L 92/19


COMMISSION IMPLEMENTING REGULATION (EU) 2015/551

of 24 March 2015

entering a name in the register of protected designations of origin and protected geographical indications [Miel des Cévennes (PGI)]

THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION,

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

Having regard to Regulation (EU) No 1151/2012 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 21 November 2012 on quality schemes for agricultural products and foodstuffs (1), and in particular Article 52(2) thereof,

Whereas:

(1)

Pursuant to Article 50(2)(a) of Regulation (EU) No 1151/2012, France's application to register the name ‘Miel des Cévennes’ was published in the Official Journal of the European Union  (2).

(2)

As no statement of opposition under Article 51 of Regulation (EU) No 1151/2012 has been received by the Commission, the name ‘Miel des Cévennes’ should therefore be entered in the register,

HAS ADOPTED THIS REGULATION:

Article 1

The name ‘Miel des Cévennes’ (PGI) is hereby entered in the register.

The name specified in the first paragraph denotes a product in Class 1.4. Other products of animal origin (eggs, honey, various dairy products except butter, etc.) as listed in Annex XI to Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) No 668/2014 (3).

Article 2

This Regulation shall enter into force on the twentieth day following 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, 24 March 2015.

For the Commission,

On behalf of the President,

Phil HOGAN

Member of the Commission


(1)  OJ L 343, 14.12.2012, p. 1.

(2)  OJ C 412, 19.11.2014, p. 4.

(3)  Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) No 668/2014 of 13 June 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 179, 19.6.2014, p. 36).


8.4.2015   

EN

Official Journal of the European Union

L 92/20


COMMISSION REGULATION (EU) 2015/552

of 7 April 2015

amending Annexes II, III and V to Regulation (EC) No 396/2005 of the European Parliament and of the Council as regards maximum residue levels for 1,3-dichloropropene, bifenox, dimethenamid-P, prohexadione, tolylfluanid and trifluralin 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), Article 18(1)(b) and Article 49(2) thereof,

Whereas:

(1)

For dimethenamid-P and prohexadione, maximum residue levels (MRLs) were set in Annex II and Part B of Annex III to Regulation (EC) No 396/2005. For 1,3-dichloropropene and bifenox, MRLs were set in Part A of Annex III to that Regulation. For tolylfluanid and trifluralin, MRLs were set in Annex V to that Regulation.

(2)

The non-inclusion of 1,3-dichloropropene in Annex I to Council Directive 91/414/EEC (2) is provided for in Commission Decision 2011/36/EU (3). All existing authorisations for plant protection products containing the active substance 1,3-dichloropropene have been revoked. In accordance with Article 17 of Regulation (EC) No 396/2005 in conjunction with Article 14(1) thereof the MRLs set out for that active substance in Annex III should therefore be deleted. This should not apply to those MRLs corresponding to CXLs based on uses in third countries provided that they are acceptable with regard to consumer safety. Nor should it apply in cases where MRLs have been specifically set as import tolerances.

(3)

For bifenox, the European Food Safety Authority, hereinafter ‘the Authority’ submitted a reasoned opinion on the existing MRLs in accordance with Article 12(1) of Regulation (EC) No 396/2005 (4). It recommended lowering the MRLs for barley grain, oats grain, rye grain and wheat grain. It concluded that concerning the MRLs for sunflower seed and rape seed some information was not available and that further consideration by risk managers was required. As there is no risk for consumers, the MRLs for these products should be set in Annex II to Regulation (EC) No 396/2005 at the existing level or the level identified by the Authority. Those MRLs will be reviewed; the review will take into account the information available within two years from the publication of this Regulation. The Authority concluded that concerning the MRLs for swine (meat, fat, liver, kidney), bovine (meat, fat, liver, kidney), sheep (meat, fat, liver, kidney), goat (meat, fat, liver, kidney), and milk (cattle, sheep, goat) no information was available and that further consideration by risk managers was required. The MRLs for these commodities should be set at the specific limit of determination or at the default MRL as set out in Article 18(1)(b) of Regulation (EC) No 396/2005.

(4)

For dimethenamid-P, the Authority submitted a reasoned opinion on the existing MRLs in accordance with Article 12(2) of Regulation (EC) No 396/2005 in conjunction with Article 12(1) thereof (5). It proposed to change the residue definition. It recommended lowering the MRLs for peanuts, sunflower seed, rape seed, soya bean, pumpkin seeds and sugar beet (root). For other products it recommended keeping the existing MRLs. It concluded that concerning the MRLs for spring onions, lettuce and herbs some information was not available and that further consideration by risk managers was required. As there is no risk for consumers, the MRLs for those products should be set in Annex II to Regulation (EC) No 396/2005 at the existing level or the level identified by the Authority. Those MRLs will be reviewed; the review will take into account the information available within two years from the publication of this Regulation.

(5)

For prohexadione, the Authority submitted a reasoned opinion on the existing MRLs in accordance with Article 12(2) of Regulation (EC) No 396/2005 in conjunction with Article 12(1) thereof (6). It recommended lowering the MRLs for table and wine grapes, strawberries, cane fruit, other small fruit and berries, barley, wheat, hops, swine (meat, fat, liver, kidney), bovine (meat, fat, liver, kidney), sheep (meat, fat, liver, kidney) and goat (meat, fat, liver, kidney). For other products it recommended raising or keeping the existing MRLs.

(6)

The removal of tolylfluanid from Annex I to Directive 91/414/EEC is provided for in Commission Directive 2010/20/EU (7). All existing authorisations for plant protection products containing the active substance tolylfluanid have been revoked.

(7)

For tolylfluanid, the Authority submitted a reasoned opinion on the existing MRLs in accordance with Article 12(1) of Regulation (EC) No 396/2005 (8). It proposed to change the residue definition. It concluded that further consideration by risk managers was required. Taking into account the current scientific and technical knowledge, MRLs should be set at the specific limit of determination or at the default MRL in accordance with Article 18(1)(b) of Regulation (EC) No 396/2005.

(8)

The non-inclusion of trifluralin in Annex I to Directive 91/414/EEC is provided for in Commission Decision 2010/355/EU (9). All existing authorisations for plant protection products containing the active substance trifluralin have been revoked.

(9)

For trifluralin, the Authority submitted a reasoned opinion on the existing MRLs in accordance with Article 12(1) of Regulation (EC) No 396/2005 (10). Taking into account the current scientific and technical knowledge, MRLs for those products should be set at the specific limit of determination or at the default MRL in accordance with Article 18(1)(b) of Regulation (EC) No 396/2005.

(10)

As regards products of plant and animal origin for which neither relevant authorisations or import tolerances were reported at Union level nor CXLs were available, the Authority concluded that further consideration by risk managers was required. Taking into account the current scientific and technical knowledge, MRLs for those products should be set at the specific limit of determination or at the default MRL in accordance with Article 18(1)(b) of Regulation (EC) No 396/2005.

(11)

The Commission consulted the European Union reference laboratories for residues of pesticides as regards the need to adapt certain limits of determination. As regards several substances, those laboratories concluded that for certain commodities technical development requires the setting of specific limits of determination.

(12)

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

(13)

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

(14)

In order to allow for the normal marketing, processing and consumption of products, this Regulation should provide for a transitional arrangement for products which have been lawfully produced before the modification of the MRLs and for which information shows that a high level of consumer protection is maintained.

(15)

A reasonable period should be allowed to elapse before the modified MRLs become applicable in order to permit Member States, third countries and food business operators to prepare themselves to meet the new requirements which will result from the modification of the MRLs.

(16)

Through the World Trade Organisation, the trading partners of the Union were consulted on the new MRLs and their comments have been taken into account.

(17)

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

Annexes II, III and V to Regulation (EC) No 396/2005 are amended in accordance with the Annex to this Regulation.

Article 2

Regulation (EC) No 396/2005 as it stood before being amended by this Regulation shall continue to apply to products which were lawfully produced before 28 April 2015.

Article 3

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 28 October 2015.

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

Done at Brussels, 7 April 2015.

For the Commission

The President

Jean-Claude JUNCKER


(1)  OJ L 70, 16.3.2005, p. 1.

(2)  Council Directive 91/414/EEC of 15 July 1991 concerning the placing of plant protection products on the market (OJ L 230, 19.8.1991, p. 1).

(3)  Commission Decision 2011/36/EU of 20 January 2011 concerning the non-inclusion of 1,3-dichloropropene in Annex I to Council Directive 91/414/EEC (OJ L 18, 21.1.2011, p. 42).

(4)  European Food Safety Authority; Reasoned opinion on the review of the existing maximum residue levels (MRLs) for bifenox according to Article 12 of Regulation (EC) No 396/2005. EFSA Journal 2013;11(4):3215. (36 pp.).

(5)  European Food Safety Authority; Reasoned opinion on the review of the existing maximum residue levels (MRLs) for dimethenamid-P according to Article 12 of Regulation (EC) No 396/2005. EFSA Journal 2013;11(4):3216. (53 pp.).

(6)  European Food Safety Authority; Review of the existing maximum residue levels (MRLs) for prohexadione according to Article 12 of Regulation (EC) No 396/2005. EFSA Journal 2013;11(4):3192. (36 pp.).

(7)  Commission Directive 2010/20/EU of 9 March 2010 amending Council Directive 91/414/EEC to remove tolylfluanid as active substance and on the withdrawal of authorisations for plant protection products containing that substance (OJ L 60, 10.3.2010, p. 20).

(8)  European Food Safety Authority; Reasoned opinion on the review of the existing maximum residue levels (MRLs) for tolylfluanid according to Article 12 of Regulation (EC) No 396/2005. EFSA Journal 2013;11(7):3300. (37 pp.).

(9)  Commission Decision 2010/355/EU of 25 June 2010 concerning the non-inclusion of trifluralin in Annex I to Council Directive 91/414/EEC (OJ L 160, 26.6.2010, p. 30).

(10)  European Food Safety Authority; Reasoned opinion on the review of the existing maximum residue levels (MRLs) for trifluralin according to Article 12 of Regulation (EC) No 396/2005. EFSA Journal 2013;11(4):3193. (16 pp.).


ANNEX

Annexes II, III and V to Regulation (EC) No 396/2005 are amended as follows:

(1)

Annex II is amended as follows:

(a)

the columns for dimethenamid-P and prohexadione are 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 (2)

Dimethenamid including other mixtures of constituent isomers including dimethenamid-P (sum of isomers)

Prohexadione (prohexadione (acid) and its salts expressed as prohexadione-calcium)

0100000

1.

FRUIT FRESH OR FROZEN NUTS

0,01 (1)

 

0110000

(i)

Citrus fruit

 

0,01  (1)

0110010

Grapefruit (Shaddocks, pomelos, sweeties, tangelo (except mineola), ugli and other hybrids)

 

 

0110020

Oranges (Bergamot, bitter orange, chinotto and other hybrids)

 

 

0110030

Lemons (Citron, lemon, Buddha's hand (Citrus medica var. sarcodactylis))

 

 

0110040

Limes

 

 

0110050

Mandarins (Clementine, tangerine, mineola and other hybrids tangor (Citrus reticulata × sinensis))

 

 

0110990

Others

 

 

0120000

(ii)

Tree nuts

 

0,01  (1)

0120010

Almonds

 

 

0120020

Brazil nuts

 

 

0120030

Cashew nuts

 

 

0120040

Chestnuts

 

 

0120050

Coconuts

 

 

0120060

Hazelnuts (Filbert)

 

 

0120070

Macadamia

 

 

0120080

Pecans

 

 

0120090

Pine nuts

 

 

0120100

Pistachios

 

 

0120110

Walnuts

 

 

0120990

Others

 

 

0130000

(iii)

Pome fruit

 

0,1

0130010

Apples (Crab apple)

 

 

0130020

Pears (Oriental pear)

 

 

0130030

Quinces

 

 

0130040

Medlar

 

 

0130050

Loquat

 

 

0130990

Others

 

 

0140000

(iv)

Stone fruit

 

0,01  (1)

0140010

Apricots

 

 

0140020

Cherries (Sweet cherries, sour cherries)

 

 

0140030

Peaches (Nectarines and similar hybrids)

 

 

0140040

Plums (Damson, greengage, mirabelle, sloe, red date/Chinese date/Chinese jujube (Ziziphus zizyphus))

 

 

0140990

Others

 

 

0150000

(v)

Berries & small fruit

 

0,01  (1)

0151000

(a)

Table and wine grapes

 

 

0151010

Table grapes

 

 

0151020

Wine grapes

 

 

0152000

(b)

Strawberries

 

 

0153000

(c)

Cane fruit

 

 

0153010

Blackberries

 

 

0153020

Dewberries (Loganberries, tayberries, boysenberries, cloudberries and other Rubus hybrids)

 

 

0153030

Raspberries (Wineberries, arctic bramble/raspberry, (Rubus arcticus), nectar raspberries (Rubus arcticus × Rubus idaeus))

 

 

0153990

Others

 

 

0154000

(d)

Other small fruit & berries

 

 

0154010

Blueberries (Bilberries)

 

 

0154020

Cranberries (Cowberries/red bilberries (V. vitis-idaea))

 

 

0154030

Currants (red, black and white)

 

 

0154040

Gooseberries (Including hybrids with other Ribes species)

 

 

0154050

Rose hips

 

 

0154060

Mulberries (Arbutus berry)

 

 

0154070

Azarole (mediteranean medlar) (Kiwiberry (Actinidia arguta))

 

 

0154080

Elderberries (Black chokeberry/appleberry, mountain ash, buckthorn/sea sallowthorn, hawthorn, serviceberries, and other treeberries)

 

 

0154990

Others

 

 

0160000

(vi)

Miscellaneous fruit

 

0,01  (1)

0161000

(a)

Edible peel

 

 

0161010

Dates

 

 

0161020

Figs

 

 

0161030

Table olives

 

 

0161040

Kumquats (Marumi kumquats, nagami kumquats, limequats (Citrus aurantifolia × Fortunella spp.))

 

 

0161050

Carambola (Bilimbi)

 

 

0161060

Persimmon

 

 

0161070

Jambolan (java plum) (Java apple/water apple, pomerac, rose apple, Brazilean cherry, Surinam cherry/grumichama (Eugenia uniflora))

 

 

0161990

Others

 

 

0162000

(b)

Inedible peel, small

 

 

0162010

Kiwi

 

 

0162020

Lychee (Litchi) (Pulasan, rambutan/hairy litchi, longan, mangosteen, langsat, salak)

 

 

0162030

Passion fruit

 

 

0162040

Prickly pear (cactus fruit)

 

 

0162050

Star apple

 

 

0162060

American persimmon (Virginia kaki) (Black sapote, white sapote, green sapote, canistel/yellow sapote, mammey sapote)

 

 

0162990

Others

 

 

0163000

(c)

Inedible peel, large

 

 

0163010

Avocados

 

 

0163020

Bananas (Dwarf banana, plantain, apple banana)

 

 

0163030

Mangoes

 

 

0163040

Papaya

 

 

0163050

Pomegranate

 

 

0163060

Cherimoya (Custard apple, sugar apple/sweetsop, ilama (Annona diversifolia) and other medium sized Annonaceae fruits)

 

 

0163070

Guava (Red pitaya/dragon fruit (Hylocereus undatus))

 

 

0163080

Pineapples

 

 

0163090

Bread fruit (Jackfruit)

 

 

0163100

Durian

 

 

0163110

Soursop (guanabana)

 

 

0163990

Others

 

 

0200000

2.

VEGETABLES FRESH OR FROZEN

0,01 (1)

 

0210000

(i)

Root and tuber vegetables

 

0,01  (1)

0211000

(a)

Potatoes

 

 

0212000

(b)

Tropical root and tuber vegetables

 

 

0212010

Cassava (Dasheen, eddoe/Japanese taro, tannia)

 

 

0212020

Sweet potatoes

 

 

0212030

Yams (Potato bean/yam bean, Mexican yam bean)

 

 

0212040

Arrowroot

 

 

0212990

Others

 

 

0213000

(c)

Other root and tuber vegetables except sugar beet

 

 

0213010

Beetroot

 

 

0213020

Carrots

 

 

0213030

Celeriac

 

 

0213040

Horseradish (Angelica roots, lovage roots, gentiana roots)

 

 

0213050

Jerusalem artichokes (Crosne)

 

 

0213060

Parsnips

 

 

0213070

Parsley root

 

 

0213080

Radishes (Black radish, Japanese radish, small radish and similar varieties, tiger nut (Cyperus esculentus))

 

 

0213090

Salsify (Scorzonera, Spanish salsify/Spanish oysterplant, edible burdock)

 

 

0213100

Swedes

 

 

0213110

Turnips

 

 

0213990

Others

 

 

0220000

(ii)

Bulb vegetables

 

0,01  (1)

0220010

Garlic

 

 

0220020

Onions (Other bulb onions, silverskin onions)

 

 

0220030

Shallots

 

 

0220040

Spring onions and welsh onions (Other green onions and similar varieties)

(+)

 

0220990

Others

 

 

0230000

(iii)

Fruiting vegetables

 

0,01  (1)

0231000

(a)

Solanacea

 

 

0231010

Tomatoes (Cherry tomatoes, Physalis spp., gojiberry, wolfberry (Lycium barbarum and L. chinense), tree tomato)

 

 

0231020

Peppers (Chilli peppers)

 

 

0231030

Aubergines (egg plants) (Pepino, antroewa/white eggplant (S. macrocarpon))

 

 

0231040

Okra (lady's fingers)

 

 

0231990

Others

 

 

0232000

(b)

Cucurbits — edible peel

 

 

0232010

Cucumbers

 

 

0232020

Gherkins

 

 

0232030

Courgettes (Summer squash, marrow (patisson), lauki (Lagenaria siceraria), chayote, sopropo/bitter melon, snake gourd, angled luffa/teroi)

 

 

0232990

Others

 

 

0233000

(c)

Cucurbits-inedible peel

 

 

0233010

Melons (Kiwano)

 

 

0233020

Pumpkins (Winter squash, marrow (late variety))

 

 

0233030

Watermelons

 

 

0233990

Others

 

 

0234000

(d)

Sweet corn (Baby corn)

 

 

0239000

(e)

Other fruiting vegetables

 

 

0240000

(iv)

Brassica vegetables

 

0,01  (1)

0241000

(a)

Flowering brassica

 

 

0241010

Broccoli (Calabrese, Broccoli raab, Chinese broccoli)

 

 

0241020

Cauliflower

 

 

0241990

Others

 

 

0242000

(b)

Head brassica

 

 

0242010

Brussels sprouts

 

 

0242020

Head cabbage (Pointed head cabbage, red cabbage, savoy cabbage, white cabbage)

 

 

0242990

Others

 

 

0243000

(c)

Leafy brassica

 

 

0243010

Chinese cabbage (Indian or Chinese) mustard, pak choi, Chinese flat cabbage/ai goo choi), choi sum, Peking cabbage/pe-tsai)

 

 

0243020

Kale (Borecole/curly kale, collards, Portuguese Kale, Portuguese cabbage, cow cabbage)

 

 

0243990

Others

 

 

0244000

(d)

Kohlrabi

 

 

0250000

(v)

Leaf vegetables & fresh herbs

 

 

0251000

(a)

Lettuce and other salad plants including Brassicacea

 

0,01  (1)

0251010

Lamb's lettuce (Italian corn salad)

 

 

0251020

Lettuce (Head lettuce, lollo rosso (cutting lettuce), iceberg lettuce, romaine (cos) lettuce)

(+)

 

0251030

Scarole (broad-leaf endive) (Wild chicory, red-leaved chicory, radicchio, curly leaf endive, sugar loaf (C. endivia var. crispum/C. intybus var. foliosum), dandelion greens)

 

 

0251040

Cress (Mung bean sprouts, alfalfa sprouts)

 

 

0251050

Land cress

 

 

0251060

Rocket, Rucola (Wild rocket (Diplotaxis spp.))

 

 

0251070

Red mustard

 

 

0251080

Leaves and sprouts of Brassica spp, including turnip greens (Mizuna, leaves of peas and radish and other babyleaf crops, including brassica crops (crops harvested up to 8 true leaf stage), kohlrabi leaves)

 

 

0251990

Others

 

 

0252000

(b)

Spinach & similar (leaves)

 

0,01  (1)

0252010

Spinach (New Zealand spinach, amaranthus spinach (pak-khom, tampara), tajer leaves, bitterblad/bitawiri)

 

 

0252020

Purslane (Winter purslane/miner's lettuce, garden purslane, common purslane, sorrel, glassworth, agretti (Salsola soda))

 

 

0252030

Beet leaves (chard) (Leaves of beetroot)

 

 

0252990

Others

 

 

0253000

(c)

Vine leaves (grape leaves) (Malabar nightshade, banana leaves, climbing wattle (Acacia pennata))

 

0,01  (1)

0254000

(d)

Water cress (Morning glory/Chinese convolvulus/water convolvulus/water spinach/kangkung (Ipomea aquatica), water clover, water mimosa)

 

0,01  (1)

0255000

(e)

Witloof

 

0,01  (1)

0256000

(f)

Herbs

(+)

0,02  (1)

0256010

Chervil

 

 

0256020

Chives

 

 

0256030

Celery leaves (Fennel leaves, coriander leaves, dill leaves, caraway leaves, lovage, angelica, sweet cisely and other Apiacea leaves, culantro/stinking/long coriander/stink weed (Eryngium foetidum))

 

 

0256040

Parsley (leaves of root parsley)

 

 

0256050

Sage (Winter savory, summer savory, Borago officinalis leaves)

 

 

0256060

Rosemary

 

 

0256070

Thyme (Marjoram, oregano)

 

 

0256080

Basil (Balm leaves, mint, peppermint, holy basil, sweet basil, hairy basil, edible flowers (marigold flower and others), pennywort, wild betel leaf, curry leaves)

 

 

0256090

Bay leaves (laurel) (Lemon grass)

 

 

0256100

Tarragon (Hyssop)

 

 

0256990

Others

 

 

0260000

(vi)

Legume vegetables (fresh)

 

0,01  (1)

0260010

Beans (with pods) (Green bean/French beans/snap beans, scarlet runner bean, slicing bean, yard long beans, guar beans, soya beans)

 

 

0260020

Beans (without pods) (Broad beans, flageolets, jack bean, lima bean, cowpea)

 

 

0260030

Peas (with pods) (Mangetout/sugar peas/snow peas)

 

 

0260040

Peas (without pods) (Garden pea, green pea, chickpea)

 

 

0260050

Lentils

 

 

0260990

Others

 

 

0270000

(vii)

Stem vegetables (fresh)

 

0,01  (1)

0270010

Asparagus

 

 

0270020

Cardoons (Borago officinalis stems)

 

 

0270030

Celery

 

 

0270040

Fennel

 

 

0270050

Globe artichokes (Banana flower)

 

 

0270060

Leek

 

 

0270070

Rhubarb

 

 

0270080

Bamboo shoots

 

 

0270090

Palm hearts

 

 

0270990

Others

 

 

0280000

(viii)

Fungi

 

0,01  (1)

0280010

Cultivated fungi (Common mushroom, oyster mushroom, shiitake, fungus mycelium (vegetative parts))

 

 

0280020

Wild fungi (Chanterelle, truffle, morel, cep)

 

 

0280990

Others

 

 

0290000

(ix)

Sea weeds

 

0,01  (1)

0300000

3.

PULSES, DRY

0,01 (1)

0,02  (1)

0300010

Beans (Broad beans, navy beans, flageolets, jack beans, lima beans, field beans, cowpeas)

 

 

0300020

Lentils

 

 

0300030

Peas (Chickpeas, field peas, chickling vetch)

 

 

0300040

Lupins

 

 

0300990

Others

 

 

0400000

4.

OILSEEDS AND OILFRUITS

0,01  (1)

 

0401000

(i)

Oilseeds

 

 

0401010

Linseed

 

0,01  (1)

0401020

Peanuts

 

0,9

0401030

Poppy seed

 

0,01  (1)

0401040

Sesame seed

 

0,01  (1)

0401050

Sunflower seed

 

0,01  (1)

0401060

Rape seed (Bird rapeseed, turnip rape)

 

0,01  (1)

0401070

Soya bean

 

0,01  (1)

0401080

Mustard seed

 

0,01  (1)

0401090

Cotton seed

 

0,01  (1)

0401100

Pumpkin seeds (Other seeds of Cucurbitaceae)

 

0,01  (1)

0401110

Safflower

 

0,01  (1)

0401120

Borage (Purple viper's bugloss/Canary flower (Echium plantagineum), Corn Gromwell (Buglossoides arvensis))

 

0,01  (1)

0401130

Gold of pleasure

 

0,01  (1)

0401140

Hempseed

 

0,01  (1)

0401150

Castor bean

 

0,01  (1)

0401990

Others

 

0,01  (1)

0402000

(ii)

Oilfruits

 

0,01  (1)

0402010

Olives for oil production

 

 

0402020

Palm nuts (palmoil kernels)

 

 

0402030

Palmfruit

 

 

0402040

Kapok

 

 

0402990

Others

 

 

0500000

5.

CEREALS

0,01 (1)

 

0500010

Barley

 

0,1

0500020

Buckwheat (Amaranthus, quinoa)

 

0,02  (1)

0500030

Maize

 

0,02  (1)

0500040

Millet (Foxtail millet, teff, finger millet, pearl millet)

 

0,02  (1)

0500050

Oats

 

0,1

0500060

Rice (Indian/wild rice (Zizania aquatica))

 

0,02  (1)

0500070

Rye

 

0,1

0500080

Sorghum

 

0,02  (1)

0500090

Wheat (Spelt, triticale)

 

0,1

0500990

Others (Canary grass seeds (Phalaris canariensis))

 

0,02  (1)

0600000

6.

TEA, COFFEE, HERBAL INFUSIONS AND COCOA

0,05  (1)

0,05  (1)

0610000

(i)

Tea

 

 

0620000

(ii)

Coffee beans

 

 

0630000

(iii)

Herbal infusions (dried)

 

 

0631000

(a)

Flowers

 

 

0631010

Camomille flowers

 

 

0631020

Hybiscus flowers

 

 

0631030

Rose petals

 

 

0631040

Jasmine flowers (Elderflowers (Sambucus nigra))

 

 

0631050

Lime (linden)

 

 

0631990

Others

 

 

0632000

(b)

Leaves

 

 

0632010

Strawberry leaves

 

 

0632020

Rooibos leaves (Ginkgo leaves)

 

 

0632030

Maté

 

 

0632990

Others

 

 

0633000

(c)

Roots

 

 

0633010

Valerian root

 

 

0633020

Ginseng root

 

 

0633990

Others

 

 

0639000

(d)

Other herbal infusions

 

 

0640000

(iv)

Cocoabeans (fermented or dried)

 

 

0650000

(v)

Carob (st johns bread)

 

 

0700000

7.

HOPS (dried)

0,05  (1)

0,01  (1)

0800000

8.

SPICES

 

 

0810000

(i)

Seeds

0,05  (1)

0,05  (1)

0810010

Anise

 

 

0810020

Black caraway

 

 

0810030

Celery seed (Lovage seed)

 

 

0810040

Coriander seed

 

 

0810050

Cumin seed

 

 

0810060

Dill seed

 

 

0810070

Fennel seed

 

 

0810080

Fenugreek

 

 

0810090

Nutmeg

 

 

0810990

Others

 

 

0820000

(ii)

Fruits and berries

0,05  (1)

0,05  (1)

0820010

Allspice

 

 

0820020

Sichuan pepper (Anise pepper, Japan pepper)

 

 

0820030

Caraway

 

 

0820040

Cardamom

 

 

0820050

Juniper berries

 

 

0820060

Pepper, black, green and white (Long pepper, pink pepper)

 

 

0820070

Vanilla pods

 

 

0820080

Tamarind

 

 

0820990

Others

 

 

0830000

(iii)

Bark

0,05  (1)

0,05  (1)

0830010

Cinnamon (Cassia)

 

 

0830990

Others

 

 

0840000

(iv)

Roots or rhizome

 

 

0840010

Liquorice

0,05  (1)

0,05  (1)

0840020

Ginger

0,05  (1)

0,05  (1)

0840030

Turmeric (Curcuma)

0,05  (1)

0,05  (1)

0840040

Horseradish

(+)

(+)

0840990

Others

0,05  (1)

0,05  (1)

0850000

(v)

Buds

0,05  (1)

0,05  (1)

0850010

Cloves

 

 

0850020

Capers

 

 

0850990

Others

 

 

0860000

(vi)

Flower stigma

0,05  (1)

0,05  (1)

0860010

Saffron

 

 

0860990

Others

 

 

0870000

(vii)

Aril

0,05  (1)

0,05  (1)

0870010

Mace

 

 

0870990

Others

 

 

0900000

9.

SUGAR PLANTS

0,01  (1)

0,01  (1)

0900010

Sugar beet (root)

 

 

0900020

Sugar cane

 

 

0900030

Chicory roots

 

 

0900990

Others

 

 

1000000

10.

PRODUCTS OF ANIMAL ORIGIN-TERRESTRIAL ANIMALS

 

 

1010000

(i)

Tissue

0,01  (1)

0,01  (1)

1011000

(a)

Swine

 

 

1011010

Muscle

 

 

1011020

Fat

 

 

1011030

Liver

 

 

1011040

Kidney

 

 

1011050

Edible offal

 

 

1011990

Others

 

 

1012000

(b)

Bovine

 

 

1012010

Muscle

 

 

1012020

Fat

 

 

1012030

Liver

 

 

1012040

Kidney

 

 

1012050

Edible offal

 

 

1012990

Others

 

 

1013000

(c)

Sheep

 

 

1013010

Muscle

 

 

1013020

Fat

 

 

1013030

Liver

 

 

1013040

Kidney

 

 

1013050

Edible offal

 

 

1013990

Others

 

 

1014000

(d)

Goat

 

 

1014010

Muscle

 

 

1014020

Fat

 

 

1014030

Liver

 

 

1014040

Kidney

 

 

1014050

Edible offal

 

 

1014990

Others

 

 

1015000

(e)

Horses, asses, mules or hinnies

 

 

1015010

Muscle

 

 

1015020

Fat

 

 

1015030

Liver

 

 

1015040

Kidney

 

 

1015050

Edible offal

 

 

1015990

Others

 

 

1016000

(f)

Poultry -chicken, geese, duck, turkey and Guinea fowl-, ostrich, pigeon

 

 

1016010

Muscle

 

 

1016020

Fat

 

 

1016030

Liver

 

 

1016040

Kidney

 

 

1016050

Edible offal

 

 

1016990

Others

 

 

1017000

(g)

Other farm animals (Rabbit, kangaroo, deer)

 

 

1017010

Muscle

 

 

1017020

Fat

 

 

1017030

Liver

 

 

1017040

Kidney

 

 

1017050

Edible offal

 

 

1017990

Others

 

 

1020000

(ii)

Milk

0,01  (1)

0,01 (1)

1020010

Cattle

 

 

1020020

Sheep

 

 

1020030

Goat

 

 

1020040

Horse

 

 

1020990

Others

 

 

1030000

(iii)

Bird eggs

0,01  (1)

0,01  (1)

1030010

Chicken

 

 

1030020

Duck

 

 

1030030

Goose

 

 

1030040

Quail

 

 

1030990

Others

 

 

1040000

(iv)

Honey (Royal jelly, pollen, honey comb with honey (comb honey))

0,05  (1)

0,05 (1)

1050000

(v)

Amphibians and reptiles (Frog legs, crocodiles)

0,01  (1)

0,01  (1)

1060000

(vi)

Snails

0,01  (1)

0,01  (1)

1070000

(vii)

Other terrestrial animal products (Wild game)

0,01  (1)

0,01  (1)

(b)

the following column for bifenox is added:

‘Pesticide residues and maximum residue levels (mg/kg)

Code number

Groups and examples of individual products to which the MRLs apply (4)

Bifenox (F)

0100000

1.

FRUIT FRESH OR FROZEN NUTS

0,01  (3)

0110000

(i)

Citrus fruit

 

0110010

Grapefruit (Shaddocks, pomelos, sweeties, tangelo (except mineola), ugli and other hybrids)

 

0110020

Oranges (Bergamot, bitter orange, chinotto and other hybrids)

 

0110030

Lemons (Citron, lemon, Buddha's hand (Citrus medica var. sarcodactylis))

 

0110040

Limes

 

0110050

Mandarins (Clementine, tangerine, mineola and other hybrids tangor (Citrus reticulata × sinensis))

 

0110990

Others

 

0120000

(ii)

Tree nuts

 

0120010

Almonds

 

0120020

Brazil nuts

 

0120030

Cashew nuts

 

0120040

Chestnuts

 

0120050

Coconuts

 

0120060

Hazelnuts (Filbert)

 

0120070

Macadamia

 

0120080

Pecans

 

0120090

Pine nuts

 

0120100

Pistachios

 

0120110

Walnuts

 

0120990

Others

 

0130000

(iii)

Pome fruit

 

0130010

Apples (Crab apple)

 

0130020

Pears (Oriental pear)

 

0130030

Quinces

 

0130040

Medlar

 

0130050

Loquat

 

0130990

Others

 

0140000

(iv)

Stone fruit

 

0140010

Apricots

 

0140020

Cherries (Sweet cherries, sour cherries)

 

0140030

Peaches (Nectarines and similar hybrids)

 

0140040

Plums (Damson, greengage, mirabelle, sloe, red date/Chinese date/Chinese jujube (Ziziphus zizyphus))

 

0140990

Others

 

0150000

(v)

Berries & small fruit

 

0151000

(a)

Table and wine grapes

 

0151010

Table grapes

 

0151020

Wine grapes

 

0152000

(b)

Strawberries

 

0153000

(c)

Cane fruit

 

0153010

Blackberries

 

0153020

Dewberries (Loganberries, tayberries, boysenberries, cloudberries and other Rubus hybrids)

 

0153030

Raspberries (Wineberries, arctic bramble/raspberry, (Rubus arcticus), nectar raspberries (Rubus arcticus × Rubus idaeus))

 

0153990

Others

 

0154000

(d)

Other small fruit & berries

 

0154010

Blueberries (Bilberries)

 

0154020

Cranberries (Cowberries/red bilberries (V. vitis-idaea))

 

0154030

Currants (red, black and white)

 

0154040

Gooseberries (Including hybrids with other Ribes species)

 

0154050

Rose hips

 

0154060

Mulberries (Arbutus berry)

 

0154070

Azarole (mediteranean medlar) (Kiwiberry (Actinidia arguta))

 

0154080

Elderberries (Black chokeberry/appleberry, mountain ash, buckthorn/sea sallowthorn, hawthorn, serviceberries, and other treeberries)

 

0154990

Others

 

0160000

(vi)

Miscellaneous fruit

 

0161000

(a)

Edible peel

 

0161010

Dates

 

0161020

Figs

 

0161030

Table olives

 

0161040

Kumquats (Marumi kumquats, nagami kumquats, limequats (Citrus aurantifolia × Fortunella spp.))

 

0161050

Carambola (Bilimbi)

 

0161060

Persimmon

 

0161070

Jambolan (java plum) (Java apple/water apple, pomerac, rose apple, Brazilean cherry, Surinam cherry/grumichama (Eugenia uniflora))

 

0161990

Others

 

0162000

(b)

Inedible peel, small

 

0162010

Kiwi

 

0162020

Lychee (Litchi) (Pulasan, rambutan/hairy litchi, longan, mangosteen, langsat, salak)

 

0162030

Passion fruit

 

0162040

Prickly pear (cactus fruit)

 

0162050

Star apple

 

0162060

American persimmon (Virginia kaki) (Black sapote, white sapote, green sapote, canistel/yellow sapote, mammey sapote)

 

0162990

Others

 

0163000

(c)

Inedible peel, large

 

0163010

Avocados

 

0163020

Bananas (Dwarf banana, plantain, apple banana)

 

0163030

Mangoes

 

0163040

Papaya

 

0163050

Pomegranate

 

0163060

Cherimoya (Custard apple, sugar apple/sweetsop, ilama (Annona diversifolia) and other medium sized Annonaceae fruits)

 

0163070

Guava (Red pitaya/dragon fruit (Hylocereus undatus))

 

0163080

Pineapples

 

0163090

Bread fruit (Jackfruit)

 

0163100

Durian

 

0163110

Soursop (guanabana)

 

0163990

Others

 

0200000

2.

VEGETABLES FRESH OR FROZEN

 

0210000

(i)

Root and tuber vegetables

0,01  (3)

0211000

(a)

Potatoes

 

0212000

(b)

Tropical root and tuber vegetables

 

0212010

Cassava (Dasheen, eddoe/Japanese taro, tannia)

 

0212020

Sweet potatoes

 

0212030

Yams (Potato bean/yam bean, Mexican yam bean)

 

0212040

Arrowroot

 

0212990

Others

 

0213000

(c)

Other root and tuber vegetables except sugar beet

 

0213010

Beetroot

 

0213020

Carrots

 

0213030

Celeriac

 

0213040

Horseradish (Angelica roots, lovage roots, gentiana roots)

 

0213050

Jerusalem artichokes (Crosne)

 

0213060

Parsnips

 

0213070

Parsley root

 

0213080

Radishes (Black radish, Japanese radish, small radish and similar varieties, tiger nut (Cyperus esculentus))

 

0213090

Salsify (Scorzonera, Spanish salsify/Spanish oysterplant, edible burdock)

 

0213100

Swedes

 

0213110

Turnips

 

0213990

Others

 

0220000

(ii)

Bulb vegetables

0,01  (3)

0220010

Garlic

 

0220020

Onions (Other bulb onions, silverskin onions)

 

0220030

Shallots

 

0220040

Spring onions and welsh onions (Other green onions and similar varieties)

 

0220990

Others

 

0230000

(iii)

Fruiting vegetables

0,01  (3)

0231000

(a)

Solanacea

 

0231010

Tomatoes (Cherry tomatoes, Physalis spp., gojiberry, wolfberry (Lycium barbarum and L. chinense), tree tomato)

 

0231020

Peppers (Chilli peppers)

 

0231030

Aubergines (egg plants) (Pepino, antroewa/white eggplant (S. macrocarpon))

 

0231040

Okra (lady's fingers)

 

0231990

Others

 

0232000

(b)

Cucurbits — edible peel

 

0232010

Cucumbers

 

0232020

Gherkins

 

0232030

Courgettes (Summer squash, marrow (patisson), lauki (Lagenaria siceraria), chayote, sopropo/bitter melon, snake gourd, angled luffa/teroi)

 

0232990

Others

 

0233000

(c)

Cucurbits-inedible peel

 

0233010

Melons (Kiwano)

 

0233020

Pumpkins (Winter squash, marrow (late variety))

 

0233030

Watermelons

 

0233990

Others

 

0234000

(d)

Sweet corn (Baby corn)

 

0239000

(e)

Other fruiting vegetables

 

0240000

(iv)

Brassica vegetables

0,01  (3)

0241000

(a)

Flowering brassica

 

0241010

Broccoli (Calabrese, Broccoli raab, Chinese broccoli)

 

0241020

Cauliflower

 

0241990

Others

 

0242000

(b)

Head brassica

 

0242010

Brussels sprouts

 

0242020

Head cabbage (Pointed head cabbage, red cabbage, savoy cabbage, white cabbage)

 

0242990

Others

 

0243000

(c)

Leafy brassica

 

0243010

Chinese cabbage (Indian or Chinese) mustard, pak choi, Chinese flat cabbage/ai goo choi), choi sum, Peking cabbage/pe-tsai)

 

0243020

Kale (Borecole/curly kale, collards, Portuguese Kale, Portuguese cabbage, cow cabbage)

 

0243990

Others

 

0244000

(d)

Kohlrabi

 

0250000

(v)

Leaf vegetables & fresh herbs

 

0251000

(a)

Lettuce and other salad plants including Brassicacea

0,01  (3)

0251010

Lamb's lettuce (Italian corn salad)

 

0251020

Lettuce (Head lettuce, lollo rosso (cutting lettuce), iceberg lettuce, romaine (cos) lettuce)

 

0251030

Scarole (broad-leaf endive) (Wild chicory, red-leaved chicory, radicchio, curly leaf endive, sugar loaf (C. endivia var. crispum/C. intybus var. foliosum), dandelion greens)

 

0251040

Cress (Mung bean sprouts, alfalfa sprouts)

 

0251050

Land cress

 

0251060

Rocket, Rucola (Wild rocket (Diplotaxis spp.))

 

0251070

Red mustard

 

0251080

Leaves and sprouts of Brassica spp, including turnip greens (Mizuna, leaves of peas and radish and other babyleaf crops, including brassica crops (crops harvested up to 8 true leaf stage), kohlrabi leaves)

 

0251990

Others

 

0252000

(b)

Spinach & similar (leaves)

0,01  (3)

0252010

Spinach (New Zealand spinach, amaranthus spinach (pak-khom, tampara), tajer leaves, bitterblad/bitawiri)

 

0252020

Purslane (Winter purslane/miner's lettuce, garden purslane, common purslane, sorrel, glassworth, agretti (Salsola soda))

 

0252030

Beet leaves (chard) (Leaves of beetroot)

 

0252990

Others

 

0253000

(c)

Vine leaves (grape leaves) (Malabar nightshade, banana leaves, climbing wattle (Acacia pennata))

0,01  (3)

0254000

(d)

Water cress (Morning glory/Chinese convolvulus/water convolvulus/water spinach/kangkung (Ipomea aquatica), water clover, water mimosa)

0,01  (3)

0255000

(e)

Witloof

0,01  (3)

0256000

(f)

Herbs

0,02  (3)

0256010

Chervil

 

0256020

Chives

 

0256030

Celery leaves (Fennel leaves, coriander leaves, dill leaves, caraway leaves, lovage, angelica, sweet cisely and other Apiacea leaves, culantro/stinking/long coriander/stink weed (Eryngium foetidum))

 

0256040

Parsley (leaves of root parsley)

 

0256050

Sage (Winter savory, summer savory, Borago officinalis leaves)

 

0256060

Rosemary

 

0256070

Thyme (Marjoram, oregano)

 

0256080

Basil (Balm leaves, mint, peppermint, holy basil, sweet basil, hairy basil, edible flowers (marigold flower and others), pennywort, wild betel leaf, curry leaves)

 

0256090

Bay leaves (laurel) (Lemon grass)

 

0256100

Tarragon (Hyssop)

 

0256990

Others

 

0260000

(vi)

Legume vegetables (fresh)

0,01  (3)

0260010

Beans (with pods) (Green bean/French beans/snap beans, scarlet runner bean, slicing bean, yard long beans, guar beans, soya beans)

 

0260020

Beans (without pods) (Broad beans, flageolets, jack bean, lima bean, cowpea)

 

0260030

Peas (with pods) (Mangetout/sugar peas/snow peas)

 

0260040

Peas (without pods) (Garden pea, green pea, chickpea)

 

0260050

Lentils

 

0260990

Others

 

0270000

(vii)

Stem vegetables (fresh)

0,01  (3)

0270010

Asparagus

 

0270020

Cardoons (Borago officinalis stems)

 

0270030

Celery

 

0270040

Fennel

 

0270050

Globe artichokes (Banana flower)

 

0270060

Leek

 

0270070

Rhubarb

 

0270080

Bamboo shoots

 

0270090

Palm hearts

 

0270990

Others

 

0280000

(viii)

Fungi

0,01  (3)

0280010

Cultivated fungi (Common mushroom, oyster mushroom, shiitake, fungus mycelium (vegetative parts))

 

0280020

Wild fungi (Chanterelle, truffle, morel, cep)

 

0280990

Others

 

0290000

(ix)

Sea weeds

0,01  (3)

0300000

3.

PULSES, DRY

0,01  (3)

0300010

Beans (Broad beans, navy beans, flageolets, jack beans, lima beans, field beans, cowpeas)

 

0300020

Lentils

 

0300030

Peas (Chickpeas, field peas, chickling vetch)

 

0300040

Lupins

 

0300990

Others

 

0400000

4.

OILSEEDS AND OILFRUITS

0,01  (3)

0401000

(i)

Oilseeds

 

0401010

Linseed

 

0401020

Peanuts

 

0401030

Poppy seed

 

0401040

Sesame seed

 

0401050

Sunflower seed

(+)

0401060

Rape seed (Bird rapeseed, turnip rape)

(+)

0401070

Soya bean

 

0401080

Mustard seed

 

0401090

Cotton seed

 

0401100

Pumpkin seeds (Other seeds of Cucurbitaceae)

 

0401110

Safflower

 

0401120

Borage (Purple viper's bugloss/Canary flower (Echium plantagineum), Corn Gromwell (Buglossoides arvensis))

 

0401130

Gold of pleasure

 

0401140

Hempseed

 

0401150

Castor bean

 

0401990

Others

 

0402000

(ii)

Oilfruits

 

0402010

Olives for oil production

 

0402020

Palm nuts (palmoil kernels)

 

0402030

Palmfruit

 

0402040

Kapok

 

0402990

Others

 

0500000

5.

CEREALS

 

0500010

Barley

0,02

0500020