Customs replied to MP Ahmed Jubouri .. What did she say?
The General Authority of Customs issued on Sunday clarifications regarding the statement of MP Ahmad Mazhar [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] about the existence of waste of money in the Authority.
The Authority said in a statement that it has recorded an unprecedented increase in customs revenues over the last two years, despite the challenges and interventions in most of its border customs centers, which cause waste of public money and invalidation of customs procedures.
The Authority added in a statement that "despite the difficulties facing the customs work and the acute shortage of numbers of qualified personnel and the lack of minimum requirements and methods and equipment for customs work has announced during the past two months recording the highest daily income recorded in each of the centers of Umm Qasr North and the middle and the gate of Basra exceeded two billion dinars per center".
The Commission affirmed that "this achievement results from the direction of the customs administration in combating corruption and dealing with cases of manipulation and evasion of payment of customs duties, as well as facilitating the completion of customs transactions, which encouraged traders to increase imports of goods and goods, which reflected positively on the revenues of all customs centers."
The Authority also stated that "its revenues are included in a closed account without the right of withdrawal and that all amounts of the collected revenues are transferred by the approved government banks to the Ministry of Finance's open account with the Central Bank."
At the end of the statement, the General Customs Authority calls on all concerned parties to abide by the tasks entrusted to them within the limits of their jurisdiction, to tighten control over port gates and border crossings, to develop tight security plans, to regulate the movement of persons, wheels and trucks and to prevent unauthorized persons from being present at the customs site
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