Nour News / Baghdad
The Ministry of Commerce called on Tuesday to implement the government's special program for the ministry and to formulate new laws and deal with the status of the ration card, its vocabulary and the basic segments benefiting from it, improving its quality and closing doors against corruption and spoilers.
The Minister of Commerce Mohammed Hashim Al-Ani stressed during his meeting with the public departments in the ministry the importance of the national industries in the items included in the ration card such as oil and sugar, and facilitating the establishment of companies to develop investments and attract major international companies, the ministry's media office said in a statement received by Al-Nour News. He called for cooperation and integration with the regulatory bodies because this contributes to the upgrading of the work of the ministry and prevent the occurrence of legal irregularities.
Al-Ani called on the ministry's cadres to cooperate to implement the government's curriculum in the most complete manner, especially food security. He also urged them to be responsible in developing new and advanced plans, as well as upgrading previous plans in line with the country's requirements in all fields of trade within the ministry. "He said.
He pointed out "the importance of developing the work of the ministry and its companies, to work on the principle of electronic window, through which will address the production companies that are imported to Iraq for the purpose of auditing the origin and verify the quality of specifications."
"We will work on your support and support and we will work on preparing plans to improve the level of services provided to citizens and pledge to maintain the honesty and dedication to achieve the goals and implement the government program set by Prime Minister Dr. Adel Abdul Mahdi and voted on it, Representatives of the people in the House of Representatives. "
The Minister of Commerce concluded by stressing the importance of carrying out a comprehensive review of the work of the Ministry's departments and companies and evaluating their achievements in the last stage, in order to establish mechanisms to maintain the performance of these institutions and ensure the upgrading of their work.
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