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Plant Health Technical Bilateral Meetings

May 2019

  •  U.S. - European Union Plant Health Bilateral Meeting in Riverdale, Maryland, May 20 and 21, 2019
    Contact Matthew Messenger for details, Matthew.T.Messenger@usda.gov
  • U.S. - The Philippines Plant Health Bilateral Meeting in Riverdale, Maryland, May 22 and 23, 2019
    Contact Sheauchi Cheng for details, Sheauchi.Cheng@usda.gov

June 2019

  • U.S. - Canada Plant Health Bilateral Meeting in Riverdale, Maryland, week of June 10, 2019
    Contact Shelah Morita for details, Shelah.I.Morita@usda.gov
  • U.S. - South Korea Plant Health Bilateral Meeting in South Korea, week of June 17, 2019
    Contact Prakash Hebbar for details, Prakash.Hebbar@usda.gov

July 2019

  • U.S. - Japan Plant Health Bilateral Meeting in Tokyo, Japan, week of July 22 or 29, 2019
    Contact Prakash Hebbar for details, Prakash.Hebbar@usda.gov
  • U.S. - Morocco Plant Health Bilateral Meeting in Riverdale, Maryland, July 29 and 30, 2019 (tentative)
    Contact Hesham Abuelnaga for details, Hesham.A.Abuelnaga@usda.gov

August 2019

  • U.S. - Malaysia Plant Health Bilateral Meeting in Riverdale, Maryland, week of August 26, 2019
    Contact Sheauchi Cheng for details, Sheauchi.Cheng@usda.gov

September 2019

  • U.S. - United Arab Emirates Plant Health Bilateral Meeting in Riverdale, Maryland, September 18 and 19, 2019 (tentative)
    Contact Hesham Abuelnaga for details, Hesham.A.Abuelnaga@usda.gov

The Phytosanitary Issues Management (PIM) staff requests stakeholder input in developing agenda items for upcoming Plant Health Technical Bilateral Meetings. Please contact the PIM staff by calling 301-851-2046. The meetings are an opportunity to acquire, expand, or maintain export and import agricultural markets by:

  • Exchanging information about specific commodities.
  • Amending current phytosanitary requirements based on updated information.
  • Documenting agreements made and next steps.
  • Establishing time frames for completion of items/resolution of issues.
  • Establishing joint working groups to explore and resolve issues of mutual concern.
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