Romania: Re 70,000 Sheep Exported to the Middle East. How to Contact Romanian MEP’s to Express Your Disgust at Their Nation.

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The issue:

https://worldanimalsvoice.com/2019/07/15/romania-is-exporting-70000-live-sheep-to-the-gulf-they-are-still-in-port-in-midia-romania-more-news-to-come/

 

If any of you wish to make e mail contact with Romanian MEPs about their nation allowing 70,000 live sheep to be exported in conditions that do not meet EU transport standards – Regulation 1/2005; then here is the way to get the full list of all the MEPs which represent Romania in the European Parliament.

 

Click on: http://www.europarl.europa.eu/meps/en/search/advanced?countryCode=RO 

 

Then in the drop down box for ‘Country’ – select ‘Romania’.

 

You should then be presented with a photographic list of all the MEPs which represent Romania in the Parliament.

It is very easy to make contact. Lets take the first name on the list as an example – Clotide Armand.

Simply click on her name below the picture. This then enlarges to a larger picture with graphics below – if you put the mouse pointer over the first 2 then you will get e mail access. Simply click on either one of these and you should then have the ability to write an e mail direct to Clotide Armand.

SAMPLE LETTER TO COPY AND SEND

Dear MEP`s

We have read these days with horror in the media that a ship of the company AL SHUWAIKH (which made very negative headlines in the past and in the transport of animals) transports 70,000 sheep from Romania to the Middle East.

According to Article 3 of EU Regulation (EC) 1/2005, animals may not be transported if the transport results in injuries and unnecessary suffering (in this case, temperatures above 40 degrees are clearly an unnecessary suffering).

Although Romania is an EU country and subsidized accordingly, it disregards the instructions of EU Commissioner Andriukaitis to the Romanian Agrarian Minister Petre Daea to stop transport in Midia and acts in his own right and interest against animals, morals and laws.

KLTT, a major exporter of Australian sheep, was the subject of a major scandal that attracted attention from Animals Australia over the past year. This company has a long list of violations and is responsible for the death of more than one million sheep on board in recent decades.

In 2018, animals were found to bake on their own skin on KLTT vessels, gasping for breath, suffocating in faecal matter and not lying down to rest or even reach for food or water.

During such travels, heat and moisture combinations reached levels that caused heat stroke, resulting in sheep literally cooking alive in ship holds.

Such visions of Australian sheep, suffering and dying of heat stress, have sparked outrage throughout the country and across the world over the past year and led to comprehensive reform of the regulations – including the ban on trade in live sheep from Australia during the summer months in the Middle East.

EU membership requires certain moral rules based on common culture and manifested by basic civilization standards. We urge you, as EU representative of Romania, to ask the relevant ministry of your country to respect laws and ban animal transport in the summer.

 

Best regards,

Your name here

 

Other options you can select also include Twitter and Facebook.

Write to the Romanian MEPs now to express your disgust at what their nation is doing for 70,000 sheep en route to the Middle East.

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-48421430?intlink_from_url=https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/topics/cnx753jennet/romania&link_location=live-reporting-story

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-46951855?intlink_from_url=https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/topics/cnx753jennet/romania&link_location=live-reporting-story

stop live transport

 

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