A EUROPEAN Union-funded Euro 2.2 million database is being developed in Macedonia to identify and track beef, veal, lamb and goat livestock, monitoring their health status and preventing sick beasts being exported into the EU. The project is being managed by the European Agency for Reconstruction, which recently helped stage a seminar on the system involving EU experts.

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