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Council of Ministers votes to reduce the categories of customs duties

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Council of Ministers votes to reduce the categories of customs duties

Post by rocky on Tue 14 Nov 2017, 11:48 am

[ltr]Council of Ministers votes to reduce the categories of customs duties[/ltr]

 Since 2017-11-14 at 20:05 (Baghdad time)
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[ltr]Baghdad - Mawazine News[/ltr]
[ltr]The Cabinet voted during its regular session chaired by its chairman Haider Al-Abadi, which was held on Tuesday to reduce the customs tariff categories, while discussing the situation in the region and its repercussions on Iraq and the peoples of the region and Iraq's steadfast position in moving away from the axes.[/ltr]
[ltr]A statement issued by the Prime Minister's Office said that "the Council of Ministers directed the formation of a working group of the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers, ministries and relevant bodies to carry out inventory and assessment of the physical and human damages that hit the provinces of Sulaymaniyah, Diyala and other areas due to the earthquake that occurred in the evening On Sunday 12-11-2017 and report on immediate needs. "[/ltr]
[ltr]The statement added that "the Council also directed to hold a deliberative meeting between the representatives of the Ministries of Interior, Reconstruction, Housing and Municipalities on the activation of the work of the central balances under the laws and regulations in force for the ministries and monitoring irregularities and propose practical solutions to regulate the work of the weights stations to ensure the smoothness required to maintain public money," noting that " The Council voted on the draft and an Iraqi vision for the future of the region based on the basis of development and the extension of security rather than differences and wars. "[/ltr]
[ltr]According to the statement, the council voted to "allocate 10 billion dinars from the emergency reserves to the Ministry of Health, for the purpose of funding drug contracts and according to the highest priority of the ministry."[/ltr]
[ltr]The statement continued, "The Council voted on the draft law the first amendment to the Integrity Commission Law No. 30 of 2011," pointing to "the vote also to reduce the categories of customs duties."[/ltr]
[ltr]The Council discussed "the situation in the region and its repercussions on Iraq and the peoples of the region and Iraq's firm position to move away from the axes and play a role in the calm because what is happening in the region will harm all its peoples."[/ltr]
[ltr]The statement pointed out that "the meeting was held during which a report on the dam of Darbandikhan and the damage suffered as a result of the earthquake, and the authorization of the Ministry of Water Resources to invite international companies to prepare a comprehensive assessment in this regard," noting that "the Council voted to launch funding of 41 billion dinars for reconstruction And the rehabilitation of water and sanitation services to improve the service side in this area. "[/ltr]
[ltr]The Council of Ministers, on Tuesday of each week, a regular session, chaired by its President Haider Abadi, to discuss and vote on a set of laws included in its agenda. Ended 29/6 N[/ltr]


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