The OIE General Session opening ceremony brought together nearly 800 participants from OIE member countries, representatives of the government authorities of these countries and numerous representatives of national, regional, international and intergovernmental organisations. © OIE/I. Zezima
The OIE General Session opening ceremony brought together nearly 800 participants from OIE member countries, representatives of the government authorities of these countries and numerous representatives of national, regional, international and intergovernmental organisations.

OIE takes stock of global animal health status

OIE continues to assess threat of antimicrobial resistance through One Health approach; public/private partnerships and veterinary service performance gain further support.

According to the World Organization for Animal Health (OIE), 2016 will be remembered as a milestone year for the international organization — the beginning of a new phase in the life of OIE as it evolves in both its operations and representative bodies. Its new annual report report takes stock of the progress made under the framework of the Sixth Strategic Plan (2016-20), through practical examples that illustrate the work of OIE teams throughout the world.

The report, which OIE

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