Val-d'Oise


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Val-d'Oise

(väl-dwäz), department (1990 est. pop. 1,064,900), N central France, N of Paris. PontoisePontoise
, city (1990 pop. 28,463), capital of Val-d'Oise dept., N central France. It is the site of a technical school. The metallurgy and chemical industries are important. A "new town" called Cergy is south of the city.
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Since this setback, at a meeting on June 22 with French elected representatives for the Val-d'Oise - whose local population is affected by traffic at Roissy-Charles-de-Gaulle airport - Transport Commissioner Jacques Barrot admitted that introducing restrictions across the EU would be "difficult".
Par ailleurs, l'equipe nationale masculine a entame son stage en France, plus precisement au Centre departemental de formation et d'animation sportive (CDFAS) du Val-d'Oise, en Ile-de-France.
At a meeting on June 22 with French elected representatives from the Val-d'Oise - whose population suffers the traffic from Roissy-Charles-de-Gaulle airport, more than 160 flights between 23H00 and 7H00 - the Commissioner explained "there will always be European municipalities that want to develop their airport infrastructures with the support of their respective member states" to justify the little room for manoeuvre available to the Commission in this area.
Since no new cases of FMD have been found, the embargo on export of non-treated milk and milk products from three departments (Seine-et-Marne, Seine-Saint-Denis and Val-d'Oise) has been lifted.
If no new cases are found before 12 April then the prohibition on the dispatch of fresh meat and meat products, milk and milk products and other animal products from the departements of Seine-et-Marne, Seine-Saint-Denis and Val-d'Oise will no longer apply.
However, the export ban is still in place for three departments in the Paris region: Seine-et-Marne, Seine-Saint-Denis and Val-d'Oise. Exports of live susceptible animals are still banned from France until 13 April.