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Customs denies the disruption of the Basra water project

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Post by rocky on Sun 04 Nov 2018, 1:39 am

Customs Authority reveals the fact caused by disruption of the Basra water project

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The General Authority of Customs revealed on Sunday the fact that the disruption of the Basra water project, stressing that this is not true. 
"We are surprised by some news agencies in the social networking pages about the statements of some officials of the Ministry of Construction, Housing and Municipalities, who accuse the customs centers at the border crossings in Basra of disrupting the entry of raw materials for the Greater Basrah water project," the ministry said in a statement. In detail. " 
"The Authority added that" has introduced in the past days 50 containers for the project of water Basra through the customs center in the northern Umm Qasr, "noting that" the customs centers were directed earlier to take the measures that contribute to accelerate the entry of the materials of the Basra water project as soon as it reached the customs centers After completing the necessary procedures to be introduced in accordance with the laws and regulations in force. "
The agency called on all ministries and local governments (governors - councils of governorates) to "raise the level of coordination with them to overcome the traditional bureaucratic and administrative rings that may impede the entry of raw materials for large projects." 





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Post by rocky on Sun 04 Nov 2018, 2:03 am

Customs denies the disruption of the Basra water project


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denied the General Authority for Customs, Sunday, caused by disruption of the water project in Basra, while confirmed support for service projects and investment in the country. 

"We are surprised by some news agencies in the social networking pages about the statements of some officials of the Ministry of Construction, Housing and Municipalities, who accuse the customs centers at the border crossing points in Basra to disrupt the entry of raw materials for the Greater Basrah water project," the state media and communications department said in a statement received by Alsumaria News, , Denying "the news in its entirety."




It added that "the customs centers were directed earlier to take measures that contribute to speed up the entry of the materials of the project of water in Basra as soon as it reached the customs centers After completing the necessary procedures to be introduced in accordance with the laws and regulations in force. " 

The agency called on all ministries and local governments (governors - councils of governorates) to "raise the level of coordination with them to overcome the traditional bureaucratic and administrative rings that may impede the entry of raw materials for large projects." 

It is noteworthy that a number of media reported earlier in the news that the Customs Authority prevents the introduction of raw materials for the water project of Basra.



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