Guidelines for the Import and Export of Drug and Precursor by United Nations

By United Nations

Those guidance were released to help nationwide laboratories and different suitable medical associations in acquiring, rapidly, the reference criteria that they require. They deal with essentially the most often encountered problems

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Competent authorities should be made aware of, and recognize, the critical importance of the reference standards and other materials required by drug testing laboratories in order to provide a reliable ser­vice in support of national drug control efforts. At the same time, laboratories requesting reference standards should familiarize themselves with the relevant steps and information requirements for issuing of ­ import and export authorizations (see annexes). Relevant training programmes and awareness-raising exercises for both competent authorities and laboratories should therefore be extended, where necessary to address: (a) the importance and value of drug testing laboratories as part of the national drug control infrastructure, and the requirements of laboratories in fulfilling their role and functions (that is, the specific need for reference materials and test samples for routine operational work); (b) the procedural and comprehensive requirements for application for import and export authorizations by laboratories, and for completion of relevant forms; and (c) the need for a close and constructive working relationship between competent authorities and national laboratories.

5. Weight in grams of the narcotic drug(s) or psychotropic substance(s) to be imported: substance(s) to be imported, expressed in terms of anhydrous base content: 6.

19. Declaration by applicant (see note 11) 18(b) Invoice number:. . . . . . .  (For completion by customs office where import authorization is lodged) Name: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Representing: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (applicant) Number of customs import authorization: Signature: . . . . . . . . . . . . Date: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20.  CONFIRMATION OF ENTRY INTO IMPORTING COUNTRY: (For completion by the Customs Authority at the point of entry) Information for Box 18 still required:  Yes  No Stamp Date of entry: .

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