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Reservations For more on this topic, click here

Info Species Valid from
Appendix III
Fauna (Animals)
Dogs, foxes, wolves
Vulpes vulpes griffithi


31 October 2002
Vulpes vulpes montana


31 October 2002
Vulpes vulpes pusilla


31 October 2002
Badgers, martens, otters, weasels, etc.
Grisons, honey badgers, martens, tayra, weasels
Mustela altaica


31 October 2002
Mustela erminea ferghanae


31 October 2002
Mustela kathiah


31 October 2002
Mustela sibirica


31 October 2002

Exemptions and special procedures For more on this topic, click here

Personal and household effects Control of trade in personal and household effects with the European Union
Use of phytosanitary certificates as certificates of artificial propagation Not allowed

Use of security stamps For more on this topic, click here

Required No

Export quotas

Year Species App. Quotas Unit Source code Specimen type Publication date
2023 Anguilla anguilla 0 - W, X, R, D, C, F, U, I, O All
2022 Anguilla anguilla II 0 - All.
2021 Anguilla anguilla II 0 - All. Wild specimens
2023 Isurus oxyrinchus 0 - Specimens from the North and South Atlantic stock as defined by ICCAT
2022 Isurus oxyrinchus II 0 - Specimens from the North Atlantic stock as defined by ICCAT.

Technical assistance

ICCWC link

ICCWC aims to enhance the capacity and compliment the efforts of national wildlife law enforcement agencies and sub-regional and regional networks that on a daily basis act to combat the illegal trafficking in wild fauna and flora.

MIKE link

The CITES Monitoring the Illegal Killing of Elephants (MIKE) Programme is a site-based system designed to monitor trends in the illegal killing of elephants, build management capacity and provide information to help range States make appropriate management and enforcement decisions.

CTSP link

The CITES tree species programme aims to provide direct financial assistance to Parties in taking conservation and management measures to ensure that their trade in timber, bark, extracts and other products from CITES-listed tree species is sustainable, legal and traceable.