Sources: The federal government has not made a decision on the movement of trucks between Nineveh and the Kurdistan Region[/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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Shafaq News / Sources in the General Authority for Free Zones on Tuesday not to issue a decision by the federal government to unload the cargo of large trucks coming from the province of Kurdistan in another small and the introduction to the province of Nineveh.
The sources told Shafak News that "the relevant authorities were asked about what was published regarding the refusal of the operations command of the book issued by the Joint National Operations Center of the Prime Minister's Office. It was found that no book was received after the closure of customs points in order to force the trucks to enter the arena. And unloading their goods in small cars to not carry bridges.
The source pointed out that "the customs point has been canceled, while the Ninawa Commercial Services Square is still carrying out its work under the investment contract concluded with the Free Zones Authority in accordance with the law."
An official security source said on Monday that the Nineveh Operations Command rejected a letter to the Iraqi government to unload the large trucks at the crossing with the province of Dohuk in the province of Kurdistan by small trucks.
The source told Ashqaf News that the Nineveh Operations Command rejected a book issued by the National Operations Center after it was brought by the operators of the trade exchange yard in Flvail on the Mosul Dahuk road north of the city, forcing large trucks to unload their cargo into small pick-up trucks under the pretext of not carrying bridges in Mosul.
The source pointed out that the decision came after the announcement of the closure of customs points between Nineveh and the Kurdistan Region and not to meet any charges for goods entering, but there are attempts to tenants to the arena of trade exchange in order to collect the amounts of trucks entering Mosul.
The General Directorate of Customs in the Kurdistan Regional Government announced the agreement on the unification of customs duties throughout the country, depending on the customs tariff for the region.
The government of Kurdistan has imposed, independently, customs duties on goods imported from abroad, and reserves the same funds, which is what Baghdad has objected to for many years and considers it illegal.
While Baghdad was getting its own customs duties, from goods coming from the region, mostly goods and goods coming from Turkey.Keywords: [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]