[size=36]Trade announces the quantities of wheat marketed by farmers[/size]
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The Ministry of Commerce announced, on Friday, the quantities of marketed wheat from farmers.
The Director General of the General Company for Grain Trade, at the ministry, Muhammad Hanoun, said in a statement that Mawazine News received a copy of it, that "this year's marketing season witnessed the entry of the Shatrah and Karbala metal silos into service after the wheat was received from farmers and marketers, to give a new addition for storage energies, and it will be supportive of Iraqi food security, especially after the official trend to import millions of tons of wheat.
He added that "the total quantities of wheat that were received in the branches and locations of the company that began receiving it amounted to (643.661) thousand tons."
And he indicated that "the quantities marketed to the sites and according to each governorate, amounted to the following: (Al-Muthanna (56,550) thousand tons, Basra (18,776) thousand tons, Dhi Qar (50,225) thousand tons, Maysan (46.030) thousand tons, Wasit (207.227) thousand tons, and Al-Diwaniyah. (74,433) thousand tons, Karbala (32,297) thousand tons, Babel (54048) thousand tons, Najaf (29,177) thousand tons, Diyala (2.765) thousand tons, Anbar (32.197) thousand tons, Salah al-Din (31,400) thousand tons, while the marketed quantities amounted to The locations of Baghdad / Al-Rusafa silo (6.111) thousand tons, Khan Dhari silo (407,920) tons, Al-Dora silo (1,354) tons, and Al-Taji silo (658) tons.
Hanoun added that "the members of the Central Committee for Marketing and over the past two days have been present in the marketing centers to follow up the marketing campaign and to be present among farmers and farmers to listen to them and overcome all obstacles to them and find solutions for them," noting that "the arithmetic staff in the company's branches continue to spend the wheat establishments." marketed for this 2022 season, after allocating the funds and transferring them to the branches so that the sukuks are delivered without delay to be an incentive for farmers to advance their agricultural situation. Ended 29/R77