Saudi ministry fines Animal Welfare Act violators

Saudi ministry fines Animal Welfare Act violators
Saudi ministry fines Animal Welfare Act violators

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Jeddah - Yasmine El Tohamy - RIYADH: The Saudi Environment Ministry has imposed fines of SR1.7 million ($453,333) on 29 violators of the Animal Welfare Act, the Saudi Press Agency reported on Saturday.  
The ministry said the violations include selling animal products unsafe for human consumption, transporting animals from one region to another without the required health certificate, to license-related violations, health violations inside facilities, and the mistreatment of animals by not providing an appropriate environment for them.
The majority of violations, 16, were registered in Makkah, seven were recorded in Riyadh, two in Tabuk and one each in Jazan, Assir, Madinah and Hail.
The ministry praised veterinary observers at its branches and offices, and all those who contributed to reporting the violations especially those related to
animal abuse.
The ministry urged owners and supervisors of facilities to cooperate with the observers and abide by the law.
The ministry urged people to call the hotline 8002470000 to report any suspected violation.

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