On 15 March 2023, the JFSC issued a confusing update to its appendix D2
On 15 March 2023, the JFSC amended their appendix D2 country list. As part of this process, the JFSC provided three versions as follows:-
- 1 x Final version D2 pdf . https://www.jerseyfsc.org/media/6493/appendix-d2-pdf.pdf
- 1 x Final version D2 excel . https://www.jerseyfsc.org/media/6490/appendix-d2-excel-sheet.xlsx
- 1 x Track change version D2 pdf  https://www.jerseyfsc.org/media/6495/appendix-d2-amendments.pdf
Following an inspection of the x3 documents, there are discrepancies between the:-
- Final version documents [1+2 above] and
- Track change version [3 above]
Comsure is concerned that the final D2s are wrong – and Comsure's explanation is below.
The table below [fig.1] highlights each issue, and a summary is here:-.
- Issues 1 and 2
- Tonga and the Democratic Republic of Congo [Congo] have been on D2 since February 2022.
- However, the JFSC, in their March update, say the inclusion was on 15 March 2023.
- Issues 3, 4 and 5 impact the final D2 pdf and excel.
- The final D2 does not show Sint Maarten, Palestine and Mongolia
- However, the x3 countries have sources listed as active in the track change version
- The active sources indicate that the final D2 list is incorrect
The above findings above are also summarised here in FIG1
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