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Updated Procedure for registration of pesticides and agrochemicals adopted

25/ 10/ 2019
  On October 23, the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine adopted the Resolution, which updated and improved the Procedure for state testing and state registration of pesticides and agrochemicals. Such amendments were elaborated in close cooperation between representatives of the business community and the Ministry of Energy and Environmental Protection.  Thus, the document introduces 5 key innovations in Ukraine. 1) Fair registration rules. It is about creating a transparent and comprehensible system for authorizing laboratories to conduct state tests. Besides, the mechanism of re-registration is simplified. 2) Implemented the principles of digitalization – the refusal of paper certification and the introduction of a single state register of pesticides and agrochemicals (a paper form of the certificate of state registration – canceled). 3) The protection of intellectual property rights. The procedures for combating fraudulent claimants and the system of protection of intellectual property rights, in general, are being improved. 4) The registration process is speeding up as the introduction of a detailed re-registration procedure will reduce some procedures that took up to 1 year to a few days. 5) Ukrainian legislation harmonized with EU norms, for example, by introducing the concept and criteria of minor changes and simplifying the form of the environmental assessment of materials. It is worth noting that the representatives of the European Business Association actively participated in the development of these changes and submitted their proposals to the Ministry of Energy. Therefore, on behalf of the business, the European Business Association would like to express gratitude to the team of the Ministry of Energy and Environmental Protection, the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine and everyone who participated in the process.

On October 23, the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine adopted the Resolution, which updated and improved the Procedure for state testing and state registration of pesticides and agrochemicals.

Such amendments were elaborated in close cooperation between representatives of the business community and the Ministry of Energy and Environmental Protection. 

Thus, the document introduces 5 key innovations in Ukraine.

1) Fair registration rules. It is about creating a transparent and comprehensible system for authorizing laboratories to conduct state tests. Besides, the mechanism of re-registration is simplified.

2) Implemented the principles of digitalization – the refusal of paper certification and the introduction of a single state register of pesticides and agrochemicals (a paper form of the certificate of state registration – canceled).

3) The protection of intellectual property rights. The procedures for combating fraudulent claimants and the system of protection of intellectual property rights, in general, are being improved.

4) The registration process is speeding up as the introduction of a detailed re-registration procedure will reduce some procedures that took up to 1 year to a few days.

5) Ukrainian legislation harmonized with EU norms, for example, by introducing the concept and criteria of “minor changes” and simplifying the form of the environmental assessment of materials.

It is worth noting that the representatives of the European Business Association actively participated in the development of these changes and submitted their proposals to the Ministry of Energy.

Therefore, on behalf of the business, the European Business Association would like to express gratitude to the team of the Ministry of Energy and Environmental Protection, the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine and everyone who participated in the process.

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