15/02/2013 (23:00 pm)
Basra / Resan cheetah - the long-Presse
Visiting committee of the International Maritime Organization (IMO) dealing with the affairs of Iraq's maritime sector is currently evaluating Iraqi maritime sector Tmhidaa for re-inclusion in the white list, which ruled for more than 30 years.
The general director of the company, Omran Radhi Thani said "a committee of the Organization IMO International, visited Iraq to see the reality of the maritime sector of Iraq and evaluation, in order to formulate a report and submit it to the organization, so that it re-insert Iraq within the white list, having ruled them because of his commitment to International Organization controls, and abandoning its financial obligations."
The second, that "Iraq is not included on the black list, but was excluded from the white list, due to the restrictions imposed by the situation in Iraq under Chapter VII of the United Nations resolutions on Iraq, where he left an impact on the work of the Iraqi maritime sector."
He explained that "Iraq's financial obligations to the Organization, and the Ministry of Transport has shown willingness to pay those dues, but the organization delayed the procedure for reasons of UN resolutions."
For his part, member of the International Maritime Organization, Jean-Louis: "The Iraq at the present time has become more eligible than ever to return to the world behind in light of the excellent results achieved by enamel-level addition to the prevention of marine pollution.
"They may come to our attention world-class cadres Advisors maritime Iraqis through possessing expertise wonderful in guiding foreign ships calling at Iraqi ports," noting that "the situation in the Shatt al-Arab and Khor Abdullah is surprising and achieve further gains in Iraq."
For his part, said the legal expert in the International Maritime Organization that "Iraq has a great potential in the maritime transport sector can not be neglected, and should take Iraq a step forward, because it possesses the navy, and a prime location on the Gulf."
The Blanco, that the visit of the Commission, "come to see the reality of maritime transport in Iraq, to prepare a report, and handed over to the Iraqi government and the International Maritime Organization (IMO), to re-insert Iraq in the white list."
And between Blanco that "the organization today, the process of diagnosing technical notes and legal that are not compatible with international maritime law, has cut Iraq strides in this area, it also seeks to remove some of the paragraphs that do not allow its lead in the field of maritime labor to allow him to work just like with other countries ".
For his part, said maritime expert, Kazem cup erythema that "the inclusion of Iraq in the white list allows ships flying the Iraqi flag in the seas, and should be held freely agreements with all countries, it also allows him to claim financial بمستحقاته the other parties."
And erythema, that "step by tracking the inclusion of Iraq in the white list by the International Maritime Organization IMO, is to re institutions Navy to normal and prepare specialists offshore through studies Naval Academy that came out of many naval officers military and civilian Arab countries, as well as Iraqis across certification experience in the maritime sector. "
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