Jubouri office: under the direction of Abadi opening two customs points between Kirkuk and Kurdistan[/size][You must be registered and logged in to see this image.] [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
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The media office of Kirkuk's acting governor Rakan Said al-Jubouri announced on Saturday that under the guidance of Prime Minister Haider al-Abbadi, under the patronage of the former, and with the support of the representative of the Prime Minister's Office, the Federal Police Command, the security forces, the customs authority and cadres of Kirkuk governorate, Kirkuk, Sulaymaniyah, Kirkuk and Erbil.
The ceremony was attended by a representative of the Office of the Presidency of the Council of Ministers, the representative of the Governor of Kirkuk, Engineer Ali Hamadi, the technical assistant, and the commander of the headquarters of the federal police Major General Shaker Kuin, and a member of the Kirkuk Provincial Council Engineer Qassem Hamza al-Bayati and commander of the Fifth Division, General of the Kirkuk Police, Advisor to the Governor of Kirkuk, Emad Adham, and representatives of the Customs Authority, and ordered the 16th Brigade of the popular crowd (the power of Turkmen) Abu Thaer al-Bashir and a number of leaders in the crowd and water director and representatives of the security services and customs officials in the northern region.
Ali Hammadi said that the Kirkuk administration has completed all its preparations and provided all the necessary inputs to support the success of the work of the two points.
The commander of the headquarters of the federal police Major General Shaker Cowen, the two points have been secured since the poll, which was on the sixteenth of last month, within the area within the Federal Police Division is insured.
He pointed out the completion of all necessary inputs for the work and success of the two points through the management of Kirkuk and all specialists, noting that the opening of the two points will provide revenue for the state and the economic viability of the citizens of Kirkuk.
"The two points will work to formalize the goods, ensure legal procedures, facilitate the movement and transport of goods, and provide revenues to the state," he said.
The representative of the Kirkuk Provincial Council Qasim Hamza al-Bayati, the support of the provincial council for the efforts in the completion and opening of the points of customs, adding that Kirkuk has been badly damaged in its ways and we hope to contribute to the provision of resources to implement projects and develop the service reality in the province.Keywords: [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]