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GEN 1.4  ENTRY, TRANSIT AND DEPARTURE OF CARGO

1.4.1  Entry and departure of cargo

1.4.1.1 Aircraft operators shall submit a Cargo Manifest on entry into the territory of the Slovak Republic. The aircraft operator shall submit one more copy of the Cargo Manifest if he requires to certify the entry of cargo for the purposes of clearance at the exit customs office. On this copy the acceptance of cargo under customs control will the recorded. The submitted documents shall follow the ICAO format as set in ICAO Annex 9 to the Convention on International Civil Aviation or any other formats accepted by the Slovak Republic.
1.4.1.2 Regulations concerning the transit of cargo
1.4.1.2.1 No special documents are usually required for cargo remaining aboard the aircraft on the territory of the Slovak Republic and for trans-shipped cargo. If, however, such cargo contains drugs or poisons, certificate issued by the competent health authority of the state of origin must be provided. If the cargo contain arms or ammunition, there must be a covering document issued by the respective Consulate of the Slovak Republic.
1.4.1.2.2 Air transport of cargo endangering the safety of flight, namely arms, explosives, ammunition, corrosives, radioactive materials and easy inflammable articles, must be provided in accordance with the provision of the ICAO Annex 18 The Safe Transport of Dangerous Goods by Air and, according to relevant rules stated by ICAO and IATA, and is permitted only under the conditions stated by the carrier and with his advance agreement.
1.4.1.3 Regulations concerning the transport of dangerous goods
1.4.1.3.1 Transport of dangerous goods (i.e. explosive substances, compressed or liquefied gases, highly inflammable or combustible substances, poisonous substances, infections substances, radioactive material, corrosive substances and magnetic material) regulates pursuant to the following regulations: ICAO Technical Instructions for Safe Transport of Dangerous Goods by Air Doc 9284-AN/905, Doc 9284-AN/905 SUPPLEMENT and IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations.
1.4.1.3.2 Air transport of dangerous goods to/from the Slovak Republic can be performed on the condition that this operation was duly authorized by the Ministry of Transport and Construction of the Slovak Republic.
1.4.1.3.2.1 The application for approval of transport of dangerous goods shall include at least the following data:
  1. name and address of carrier;

  2. date of departure and airport of departure;

  3. date of arrival and airport of arrival;

  4. type of aircraft and its registration mark;

  5. proper commercial shipping name and classification desicion with addressee of "UN" number;

  6. certificate that the cover is suitable accordance with ICAO Doc 9284-AN/905 issued by entity accredited by the Slovak National Accreditation Service;

  7. quantity of transported dangerous goods;

  8. name and address of the charterer;

  9. name and address of the consignor and consignee of goods,

  10. designation of "cargo or mail air carrier to EU from third country airport (ACC3)", in accordance with the Commission Regulation No 185/2010.

1.4.1.3.2.2 The application for approval of transport of dangerous goods shall be submitted to the address:
Postal address:

Ministry of Transport and Construction of the Slovak Republic
Directorate General of Civil Aviation
Námestie slobody 6
P. O. Box 100
810 05 BRATISLAVA
Slovak Republic

TEL:+421/2/59 49 47 44

FAX:+421/2/52 73 14 70

e-mail:dangerousgoods@mindop.sk

1.4.2  Import of Animals and Plants

1.4.2.1 When live animals (dogs, cats, etc.) are imported, a certificate of health issued by a veterinary shall be provided in accordance with the appropriate international agreements and a certificate of health of the State Veterinary Administration of the Slovak Republic. There is usually no quarantine for imported dogs and cats. If animals (alive, dead, parts or articles thereof) mentioned in the register of the international CITES Convention are imported, the exports CITES permission of the state of origin and import permission of the state of import shall be submitted. Conditions of carriage for live animals mentioned in the register of international CITES Convention, shall be met in accordance with IATA Live Animals Regulations.

Responsible authorities:

Postal address:

Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development of the Slovak Republic
State Veterinary and Food Administration of the Slovak Republic
Botanická 17
842 13 BRATISLAVA
Slovak Republic

TEL:+421/2/60 25 72 11

TEL:+421/2/60 25 72 17

URL:www.svps.sk/english/

Postal address:

Ministry of Environment of the Slovak Republic
Námestie Ľudovíta Štúra 1
812 35 BRATISLAVA
Slovak Republic

TEL:+421/2/59 56 11 11

1.4.2.2 For imported plants or parts of plants phytopathological certificate issued by the competent authority of the state of origin shall be provided, and they are moreover subject to phytopathological inspection. If plants included in Appendix I of the international CITES Convention or taken from the wild and included in Appendix II or III of CITES are imported, the export CITES permission of the state of origin and import permission of the state of import shall be submitted. In all other cases only the export CITES permission of the state of origin shall be submitted.

Responsible Authorities:

Postal address:

Central Agriculture Inspection and Testing Institute
Matúškova 21
833 16 BRATISLAVA
Slovak Republic

TEL:+421/2/54 77 53 69

TEL:+421/2/59 88 03 45

FAX:+421/2/59 88 08 00

URL:www.uksup.sk/?lang=english

Postal address:

Ministry of Environment of the Slovak Republic
Námestie Ľudovíta Štúra 1
812 35 BRATISLAVA
Slovak Republic

TEL:+421/2/59 56 11 11

1.4.3  Export of animals and plants

1.4.3.1 When aminals (alive, dead, parts or derivates thereof), mentioned in the register of the international CITES Convention are exported from the Slovak Republic, the export permission shall be submitted. Conditions of carriage for live animals shall be met in accordance with the IATA Live Animals Regulations.

Responsible authority:

Postal address:

Ministry of Environment of the Slovak Republic
Námestie Ľudovíta Štúra 1
812 35 BRATISLAVA
Slovak Republic

TEL:+421/2/59 56 11 11

1.4.3.2 When plants or parts of plants, mentioned in the register of the international CITES Convention are exported from the Slovak Republic, the export permission shall be submitted.

Responsible authority:

Postal address:

Ministry of Environment of the Slovak Republic
Námestie Ľudovíta Štúra 1
812 35 BRATISLAVA
Slovak Republic

TEL:+421/2/59 56 11 11