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Under first paragraph of Article 76 of Regulation (EC) 11072009 concerning placing PPP on the market the European Commission have, along with the existing data on active substances, developed a database, which would consist of data on authorised PPP in Member States, applications for authorisations of PPP and permits. The database has been developed to assist the Member States in fulfilling their obligations under Article 57 of Regulation (EC) 1107/2009 and to unify the way the data are presented. 


All Member States have been asked to send the data on national authorisations to the Commission in order to be transposed into the new database called PPPAMS.  


All applications for authorisations of PPP in Member States would be gradually managed through the PPPAMS. Applicants would enter the data on applications into the PPPAMS; the Member States would manage the applications and change their status accordingly through this database. The data from applications would remain in the database as data on authorisations once the procedure is finalised. In the case of zonal authorisations, the database would consist of all necessary data needed for mutual recognition from the phase of application on, which would simplify and shorten the procedure of mutual recognition. 


All details and information about the PPPAMS and the access to the data base are available at the Commission's web page, following this link: PPPAMS.


The applications for first authorisation of PPPs, mutual recognition and emergency situations in plant protection  can be managed through the PPPAMS already.


Therefore we ask the applicants who are going to submit the applications for:

1. new zonal applications where Slovenia would act as ZRMS (first authorisation of PPPs);  

2. mutual recognition of authorisations and

2. permits for emergency situations in plant protection,

to enter the data on these types of applications into the PPPAMS in addition to the usual national procedure in RS