The Ministry of Finance announces the prohibited items, exempt from customs duties and restricted to the epidemiological position[You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]
On Saturday, the Ministry of Finance issued a list of import-free, duty-free, and epidemic-related items.
The General Authority of Customs of the Ministry of Finance said in a statement, read by "Economy News", that "a list was issued 8 articles banned from importing from abroad," indicating that "the list of agricultural stone included 11 agricultural material."
The agency added that "the materials included drugs, fireworks and fertilizers," pointing out that "the quarantine included the prohibition of the import of grapes, honey and cotton plants."
The following are the prohibited items of import according to the ministry:
Drugs (special approvals of the Ministry of Health).
2. Fireworks for children.
3. Weapons and equipment (approvals of the Ministry of Defense and Interior).
4. Chemical materials and gases (special approvals).
5. Fertilizers (special approvals).
6. PCB (special approvals).
7. Explosives (approvals of the Ministry of Oil for exploration).
8. Articles contained in the Agricultural Quarantine Law No. 17 of 1966.
Cotton plant in all its parts.
Palm flakes and all parts of the Palm and its products.
Oceania and its parts and products.
Henna and its parts, except for Iranian origin.
Plant of all parts of the Jet.
Grapes with all its parts and fruits.
Fruits and seedlings of manko (giraffe), guava and cream.
Coconut plant and its parts and fiber and its fruit containing the shell (external crust).
Olive seedlings and any part of trees and olive branches.
Honey bees with wax tablets as well as parcels and queens.
Plant materials such as ketch and allied coated for imported, whether agricultural or non-agricultural.