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THE quarantine period for cattle imported from Thailand has been shortened from 14 to three days to meet the demands for the Aidiladha celebration.
According to a source, the decision was made following discussions between the relevant parties of the two countries on June 24.
“A mutual agreement has been reached, namely, to improve technical procedures for the import of live cattle from Thailand, including shortening the quarantine period, to meet the demand for (Aidiladha) sacrificial slaughter in Malaysia,” the source told Bernama.
The media previously reported that that the supply of cattle for Aidiladha sacrificial rites this year is expected to decrease by up to 30% due to Thailand’s refusal to issue a permit for the export of cattle to the country.
It is estimated that some 38,265 heads of cattle would be needed for this year’s Aidiladha celebration, compared with the country’s cattle stock of 34,896, including 852 imported ones, as of May. – Bernama, July 1, 2022.