Over two years into the new veterinary medicines rules for the EU: a reflection on where we are now

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The European Union’s (EU) Veterinary Medicines Regulation (2019/6) became law on 27 January 2019 and brought many changes, some of which were highly significant. With a three-year transition period for all parties to make the necessary adaptations to implement the new laws in each of the member states (MS), the new rules finally became applicable on 28 January 2022. Now, two and half years later, where are we?

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