[size=36]Al-Zamili recommends that the Finance Ministry finance 25% of the proposed 2022 budget for three ministries[/size]
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A statement by his media office, received by Mawazine News, stated that "Al-Zamili held an extensive meeting to discuss ways to protect the local product and food security, in the presence of the Ministers of Agriculture and Water Resources, the Undersecretary of the Ministry of Commerce, a number of concerned managers in the Ministry of Finance, specialized experts, consultants and representatives of the sector." The private".
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He stressed that "the House of Representatives will stand against any party that tries to obstruct the efforts of the private sector and the local industrial and agricultural activities," vowing "to take what is necessary through coordination with the executive authority to take firm measures against the elements of the external control who receive information against them that they carry out extortion operations against the owners of projects and obstruct the transporters." food commodities.
The statement indicated that the meeting concluded with a number of recommendations to the Council of Ministers, including: reconsidering the latter’s decision in the paragraphs of its decision taken in its session on 3/08/2022 regarding the zeroing of duties on basic goods such as food, building materials and other consumer goods, and the abolition of prohibited items for the purpose of protecting the local product, And that the Ministry of Agriculture release licenses to import fodder and exempt them from fees with the approval of the Council of Ministers, as well as confirming to the Secretariat of the Council of Ministers to include the subject of approval to write off the quantities of fodder wheat in the Ministry of Commerce, estimated at (51,000) tons, within the agenda of the Council of Ministers.
According to the statement, Al-Zamili recommended, “The Ministry of Finance to launch financing 25% of the proposed 2022 budget for the ministries of agriculture, trade and water resources, to cover their emergency needs, with the exception of Financial Management Law No. 9 of 2019, and the recommendation of the ministries of Electricity and Oil to secure fuel for farmers during The current season, postponing the payment of loan installments, interest, and late fines for farmers who are prohibited from this year’s agricultural plan, securing the purchase of specialized pumps to treat water scarcity, adhering to the agricultural calendar and expediting the payment of farmers’ dues.” Ended 29 / p. 87