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Customs announces the release of 5000 containers after the recent facilities at the ports of Umm Qas

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Post by rocky on Sun 03 Jun 2018, 2:12 pm

Customs announces the release of 5000 containers after the recent facilities at the ports of Umm Qasr



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announced the General Administration of Customs , Sunday, announced the launch of more than 5000 container facilities after the recent Ports of Umm Qasr in the province of Basra . 

The Authority said in a statement received, Alsumaria News, a copy of it, "in application of the Council of Ministers Resolution No. (186) for the year 2018, which began in 2018/5/25 where the measures and facilities referred to in the resolution were taken and the introduction of containers The northern port of Umm Qasr and other ports. "
The Authority added that "more than (5000) containers were launched with revenues of more than eleven billion dinars starting from the implementation of the decision which the General Authority for Customs played a major role in its issuance after addressing the Economic Committee in the Council of Ministers on the crisis that took place in the ports of Basra from the accumulation Containers and the reluctance of traders and devotees to enter their goods after the Authority of Border Ports took over its work there. "


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