[size=36]The Minister of Trade stresses the importance of supporting the work of private mills to make the marketing of paddy successful[/size]
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, Minister of Trade, Muhammad Hashem Al-Ani, confirmed on Sunday, the ministry's support for the work of civil marshes and coordination with them to meet the desire to manufacture rice and produce Iraqi rice of good quality suitable for Iraqi taste.
"The Minister of Commerce met today with the owners of private mills and discussed with them ways of making the marketing season for the paddy crop successful and ensuring the production of local rice in good quality," the ministry said, in a statement received by Mawazine News, a copy of it.
Al-Ani stressed, according to the statement, "the importance of supporting the work of civil marshes and coordinating with them in a way that meets the desire to manufacture rice and produce Iraqi rice of good quality suitable for Iraqi taste."
He added: "We are partners in providing the service to the Iraqis by providing rice, and this requires constant coordination and cooperation, and we have made several proposals in order to support the work of these mowers. There is a government committee formed by the Council of Ministers that studies the percentage of extraction and humidity in order to meet the good quality of rice and provides the needs of private marshes to support Its capabilities and continuing to work and operate the workforce. "
And Al-Ani stated, "The ministry is seeking, through coordination with the Ministry of Agriculture and the Office of the Prime Minister, to find mechanisms to support private marshes by looking at the percentage of extraction to support the work of these mills."
The statement indicated, "The Minister Al-Ani listened to a number of observations and obstacles to work, and I want the relevant authorities to address them and provide the appropriate atmosphere for the success of the work of civil marshes." Ended 29 / p