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The Council for Genetic Resource in Agriculture (CGRA)

Iceland is a member of the UN‘s Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) which covers all living species. In Iceland, the responsibility for genetic resources in agriculture, whether they are cultivated plants or livestock, is in the hands of the Ministry of Fisheries and Agriculture. The Council for Genetic Resources in Agriculture (CGRA) falls under the Agriculture Act 70/1994 and laws on animal import 54/1990 and has the following responsibilities:

The CGRA operates in accordance with a regulation issued by the Minister of Fisheries and Agriculture 151/2005. It is currently housed at the Genetic Resource Centre at the Agricultural University of Iceland in accordance with an agreement between the university and the Ministry of Fisheries and Agriculture from May 2009.

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