D39 - Additional information on tracking and tracing

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Party 2020 Region
Austria Answer not provided WHO European Region
Belgium Report not provided WHO European Region
Benin Answer not provided WHO African Region
Brazil Report not provided WHO Region of the Americas
Burkina Faso Answer not provided WHO African Region
Cabo Verde Answer not provided WHO African Region
Chad Answer not provided WHO African Region
Comoros Non WHO African Region
Congo Answer not provided WHO African Region
Costa Rica No contamos aún con un sistema de seguimiento y localización. WHO Region of the Americas
Côte d'Ivoire Answer not provided WHO African Region
Croatia Report not provided WHO European Region
Cyprus Report not provided WHO European Region
Czech Republic Report not provided WHO European Region
Ecuador Answer not provided WHO Region of the Americas
Eswatini Report not provided WHO African Region
European Union In relation to the reply to D35, the information recorded is not accessible to a Global Information Sharing Focal Point as it has not yet been established. However, we do not anticipate problems with the export of traceability data from the EU system to the Global Information-Sharing Focal Point. WHO European Region
Fiji Answer not provided WHO Western Pacific Region
France Report not provided WHO European Region
Gabon Report not provided WHO African Region
Gambia Answer not provided WHO African Region
Germany Report not provided WHO European Region
Guinea Report not provided WHO African Region
Hungary Report not provided WHO European Region
India Report not provided WHO South-East Asia Region
Iran (Islamic Republic of) Answer not provided WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region
Iraq الحاجة الى المزيد من التعاون والتنسيق والتدريب بين الجهات المعنية المحلية والدولية وصياغة المبادئ التوجيهية من قبل أمانة البروتوكول WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region
Kenya Report not provided WHO African Region
Kuwait Answer not provided WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region
Latvia Answer not provided WHO European Region
Lithuania Report not provided WHO European Region
Luxembourg Report not provided WHO European Region
Madagascar Report not provided WHO African Region
Mali RAS WHO African Region
Malta Report not provided WHO European Region
Mauritius NONE WHO African Region
Mongolia Report not provided WHO Western Pacific Region
Montenegro In order to trace each tobacco product, that is produced out of Montenegro and EU, from its manufacturer to the retail store (traceability), each unit packet shall indicate a unique identifier (hereinafter referred to as: unique identifier). The unique identifier shall be irremovably printed or affixed, indelible and not hidden or interrupted in any form by tax stamps, price marks or by the opening of the unit packet or otherwise. The unique identifier shall allow the following to be determined for each tobacco product: 1) the date and place of manufacturing; 2) name of the manufacturer; 3) the type of machine used for manufacturing; 4) the production shift or time of manufacture; 5) the product description; 6) the intended market of retail sale; 7) the intended shipment routes; 8) name of the importer, where applicable; 9) the actual shipment route from manufacturing to the first retail outlet, including the place where entrepreneur places it in the market-retail outlet, including all warehouses used as well as the shipment date, shipment destination point of departure and consignee; 10) the identity of all purchasers from manufacturing to the first retail outlet, if any; 11) the invoice, order number and payment records of all purchasers from manufacturing to the first retail outlet. The information referred to in paragraph 3 items 1 to 7 of this Article shall make a mandatory part of the unique identifier and those referred to in item 11, if the information were known at the moment of manufacturing. The information referred to in paragraph 3 items 8, 9 and 10 of this Article shall be mandatory, at the moment of being known and shall be electronically linked to the unique identifier. The information referred to in paragraph 3 of this Article shall not be amended or deleted by legal entities engaged in the trade of tobacco products and personal data they come across when carrying out these activities shall be kept in accordance with the law governing the personal data protection. Each unit packet of tobacco products, which are placed on the market, shall have a security feature for the protection against the unauthorized handling, composed of visible and invisible elements. The security feature shall be irremovably printed or affixed on the tobacco product packet, indelible and not partially or wholly hidden or interrupted in any form through tax stamps, price marks, wrappers, boxes or other signs and symbols laid down by the Law. Legal entities engaged in the trade of tobacco products, from the manufacturer to the legal entity engaged in wholesale trade of tobacco products selling them to a retail outlet, record the entry of all unit packets, as well as all intermediate movements from the manufacturer to the final sale to the end user. Manufacturers of tobacco products shall provide the equipment for electronic recording of tobacco products to all legal entities engaged in the sale of tobacco products, from the manufacturer to the legal entity engaged in wholesale of tobacco products to a legal entity or an entrepreneur engaged in retail sale of tobacco products, including legal entities engaged in import, storing and transport. Equipment referred to in paragraph 4 of this Article shall provide the reading and electronic transfer of the data referred to in Article 50 of this Law to another legal entity, for the purposes of storing, and shall conclude a separate written contract of the same.Manufacturers and importers of tobacco products shall conclude the contract referred to in paragraph 5 of this Article with a legal person established in Montenegro, or in a Member State of the European Union, with agreement of the Ministry and the European Commission. The control of the work of the legal entity referred to in paragraph 5 of this Article shall be carried out by authorized person (external auditor) appointed by t manufacturer, with consent of the Ministry and the European Commission. The Ministry and the external auditor have the right of access to the information referred to in Article 50 of this Law, and, at their request, the manufacturers and importers may, in duly justified cases, grant access to this information, except for information which is protected by law and protected in accordance with the law. governing companies. An external auditor submits annual reports to the Ministry and the European Commission for the purposes of assessing the correctness of data access., until March 31 for previous year Technical standards for the establishment and operation of the system for tracing of tobacco products, labelling by unique identifier, entry, transfer, processing and storing, access to the data, as well as the other issues significant for the unique identifier shall be laid down by the Ministry. WHO European Region
Nicaragua Answer not provided WHO Region of the Americas
Niger Answer not provided WHO African Region
Nigeria Report not provided WHO African Region
Norway The legislation on track and trace in article 8 will come in to force when Directive 2014/40/ EU is approved in the EEC system and by the Norwegian Parliament. WHO European Region
Pakistan Report not provided WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region
Panama Intercambio de inteligencia con autoridades de otros paises, para prevenir y detener el tráfico Ilícito de productos de Tabaco. Activa participación y coordinación interagencial para la implementación del protocolo. Controles eficaces en la reexportación de productos de tabaco. Se han adelantado en repetidas ocasiones reuniones con la Autoridad Nacional de Aduanas relacionadas al establecimientos de criterios para la implementación a futuro de un sistema de trazabilidad de productos de tabaco. La Autoridad de Aduanas está explorando los mecanismos para cumplir con esta disposición de cara a la entrada en vigencia del Protocolo para la Eliminación del Comercio Ilícito de Productos de Tabaco. La Autoridad Nacional de Aduanas aplica actualmente sanciones a quienes incumplan con las disposiciones de no permitir el entremezclado de productos de tabaco; se avanza en reforzar este tema, ajustándose a lo dispuesto en el Protocolo. WHO Region of the Americas
Portugal Report not provided WHO European Region
Qatar Answer not provided WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region
Samoa Track and Tracing system is not fully implemented in Samoa. WHO Western Pacific Region
Saudi Arabia Answer not provided WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region
Senegal Answer not provided WHO African Region
Serbia The Law on Trade (Official Gazette of the RS, No. 52/2019) introduced the obligation to label goods, without exception, with a machine-readable tag that provides the ability to obtain product information and enables the tracking of the supply chain (GTIN identification, QR code, etc.), aims to more effectively prevent illicit trafficking, adopted in 2019”. WHO European Region
Seychelles Report not provided WHO African Region
Slovakia Report not provided WHO European Region
Spain Report not provided WHO European Region
Sri Lanka Answer not provided WHO South-East Asia Region
Sweden Answer not provided WHO European Region
Togo Answer not provided WHO African Region
Turkey Turkey has been implementing Tax Stamp Product Tracking System (BUIS) in order to prevent tax loss and evasion and to maintain tax security via applied tax stamp in tobacco products and alcoholic beverages since 2007. WHO European Region
Turkmenistan Report not provided WHO European Region
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland Answer not provided WHO European Region
Uruguay Answer not provided WHO Region of the Americas
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