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Titre: Iran: 2000 oiseaux morts découverts près frontière Arménie ?
Posté par: gérarddesaintmars le 10 octobre 2006 à 15:11:11
Source : http://armenianow.com/?action=viewArticle&AID=1763&CID=1858&IID=1101&lng=eng
""""Unconfirmed report raises suspicion of Bird Flu virus in Iran  
By Siranouish Gevorgyan and Marianna Grigoryan
ArmeniaNow reporters
 
A newspaper published in Baku, Azerbaijan has reported that about 2,000 dead birds have been found in a water reservoir in Iran near the Armenian border.
According to “Olaylar” (and republished on www.day.az), analyses taken from the carcasses has been sent to laboratories in Tehran and in Italy to determine whether the fowl was infected by Avian Influenza (Bird Flu).
 
Bird migration raises concern about Avian Influenza
 
The specific reservoir was not named in the article. There are two reservoirs on Iranian territory along the Arax River – the Arax-Hydro Unit in Nakichevan and the Horadiz, which borders Nagorno Karabakh. (Iran and Armenia share borders with the Arax.)

Health officials in Yerevan contacted by ArmeniaNow said they had not heard about any such discovery.

“I have talked to my Iranian colleague, and he doesn’t have any information, either,” said Grisha Baghyan, head of the State Veterinary Inspection Department of the Ministry of Agriculture.

Edward Stepanyan, deputy director of the same department told ArmeniaNow that the border with Iran is carefully monitored by Russian soldiers who are on alert for any suspicion of potential health hazards, particularly Bird Flu, and that no information has come from them.

Stepanyan says that, even if the report is true, Armenia has taken all measures – including stocking up on anti-virus vaccines – to resist any outbreak of the virus.

Over the summer, various international agencies, including World Bank, USAID, European Commission and World Food Programme, have provided training, equipment and conducted public awareness campaigns in Armenia.

In January, incidents of Bird Flu were reported in Azerbaijan, Georgia, Iran, and Turkey, near the border with Armenia. While neighbors had outbreaks, Armenian officials assured that no cases of the virus were found here.

Stepanyan said that, due to recent cooperation with international agencies and based on experiences of other countries, Armenia is “even more prepared than we were last year” to combat Bird Flu. The Ministry of Agriculture plans to open a telephone hotline later this month to aid public awareness of the issue.

ArmeniaNow has not yet been able to confirm the Azeri newspaper report.
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Titre: Iran: 2000 oiseaux morts découverts près frontière Arménie ?
Posté par: gérarddesaintmars le 10 octobre 2006 à 15:29:42
Lu dans la revue de presse, sur le site de l'ambassade de F en Azerbaïdjan  :
Source : http://www.ambafrance.az/article.php3?id_article=703
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Titre: Iran: 2000 oiseaux morts découverts près frontière Arménie ?
Posté par: anne le 10 octobre 2006 à 15:31:14
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il y a de plus belles cartes de l'université du texas..mais elles sont grandes

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au nord de TABRIZ donc ?
l'arax est un fleuve "horizontal " de droite a gauche qui sert de frontiere

si oiseaux envoyés en italie, c'est au labo de PADOU ( padoua )
Titre: Iran: 2000 oiseaux morts découverts près frontière Arménie ?
Posté par: alain le 10 octobre 2006 à 21:23:03
http://visz.rsoe.hu/alertmap/woalert_read.php?id=7938&cat=dis&lang=eng

en complement d'infos


A newspaper published in Baku, Azerbaijan has reported that about 2,000 dead birds have been found in a water reservoir in Iran near the Armenian border. According to "Olaylar", analyses taken from the carcasses has been sent to laboratories in Tehran and in Italy to determine whether the fowl was infected by Avian Influenza (Bird Flu). The specific reservoir was not named in the article. There are two reservoirs on Iranian territory along the Arax River – the Arax-Hydro Unit in Nakichevan and the Horadiz, which borders Nagorno Karabakh. (Iran and Armenia share borders with the Arax.) Health officials in Yerevan contacted by ArmeniaNow said they had not heard about any such discovery. "I have talked to my Iranian colleague, and he doesn’t have any information, either," said Grisha Baghyan, head of the State Veterinary Inspection Department of the Ministry of Agriculture.
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Un journal édité à Bakou, Azerbaïdjan a rapporté cela environ que 2.000 oiseaux morts ont été trouvés dans un réservoir de l'eau en Iran près de la frontière arménienne. Selon "Olaylar", des analyses prises des carcasses a été envoyées aux laboratoires dans Téhéran et en Italie pour déterminer si la volaille a été infectée par Avian Influenza (grippe d'oiseau). Le réservoir spécifique n'a pas été appelé dans l'article. Il y a deux réservoirs sur le territoire iranien le long du fleuve d'Arax - l'unité Arax-Hydraulique dans Nakichevan et le Horadiz, qui encadre Nagorno Karabakh. (l'Iran et l'Arménie partagent des frontières avec l'Arax.) Les fonctionnaires de santé dans Yerevan ont entré en contact par ArmeniaNow ont dit qu'ils n'avaient pas entendu parler d'une telle découverte. "j'ai parlé à mon collègue iranien, et il n'a aucune information, non plus," a dit Grisha Baghyan, chef du service d'inspection vétérinaire d'état du ministère de l'agriculture.