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    Al-Kazemi directs the formation of a higher committee to review levies at border crossings

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    Al-Kazemi directs the formation of a higher committee to review levies at border crossings Empty Al-Kazemi directs the formation of a higher committee to review levies at border crossings

    Post by Rocky Thu 08 Jul 2021, 7:36 am

    [size=45][size=41]Al-Kazemi directs the formation of a higher committee to review levies at border crossings[/size][/size]

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    Al Noor News/ Baghdad
    Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi directed the formation of a higher committee to review all levies imposed by the authorities operating at the border crossings. 
    The head of the Border Ports Authority, Omar Al-Waeli, said in a statement to the official agency, which was followed by "Al-Nour News", that "the authority diagnosed the issue of levying from two sides, by exercising its control functions over the work of the departments operating at the border crossings." 
    He added, "A vote was taken that two parties did not collect money for the same service, after discussing it in the sessions of the Commission's Council." 
    He pointed out that “the vote was based on a letter that was previously issued by the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers - the Legal Department through an inquiry sent by the authority,” noting that “the answer to the question was, that the collection is the entitlement of the entity whose work the service falls within its jurisdiction.” Regardless of the ownership or ownership of the device, whether it is a bridge scale or sonars.” 
    He continued, "The issue was raised during the last meeting with Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi, noting that the levies have become very large by the departments operating at the border crossings and need to be reviewed and refined in proportion to the type of service provided and the need for it." 
    He stressed that "the Prime Minister directed the formation of a supreme committee whose mission is to review all the levies imposed by the authorities operating in the border crossings and study to prevent their expansion, as it burdens importers and traders, and makes our border crossings expelling, and not attractive to trade exchange." 
    He pointed out that "the outlets continue to follow up, to reach a result that serves the commercial process." 
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