|Monday 4 June
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The border crossing authorities announced Monday that "Mafiyat" are in ports preventing traders from receiving their goods "without their consent", while they indicated that they would "monitor" Trebil's port by linking it to an electronic system with Baghdad.
The head of the border crossings, Kazim al-Aqabi said in a press statement received Alsumaria News a copy of it, "was the transfer of 297 violations of the judiciary in the outlets during the months of January and February this year," explaining that "since the first day directly Ports Authority in the transfer of two containers inside Iraq "The strike was followed by a strike by traders."
He added that "the number of containers that have been removed from the ports more than three thousand containers as they meet the requirements of safety and law," noting that "the wages of services that have been put by the Commission are attractive opportunities for investment after the announcement in the Investment Authority and all revenues go to State Treasury / Ministry of Finance and not the Commission ".
"All the measures now applied to the porters of Umm Qasr, the North and the South, are the same for the land ports," he said, adding that "the mafias in the ports prevent traders from receiving their goods without their consent."
The head of the Ports Authority, "We will prevent the entry of any person to the ports of the sea does not have an agency to take out as a non-licensed customs official issued by the General Authority for customs," noting "
On Wednesday, May 30, 2018, the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers unveiled directives on the handling of bottlenecks at Umm Qasr ports, including the Ports Authority securing the ports and not allowing the licensed customs clearance companies, customs personnel working in the port and the owners of goods to enter the port.
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