5 important outputs of the meeting of the border crossings with the delegation of the region[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] |Today, 18:08 |
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The Border Crossings Authority, with the delegation of the Kurdistan Regional Government, reached five important outputs during the discussion of the paragraphs of the ministerial program for the border crossings.
And a statement of the Ports Authority, which it received (Baghdad Today), stated that “and based on the ministerial program, a meeting was held at the headquarters of the Border Ports Authority, which included representatives of the federal government, the head of the Ports Authority, the Director of the Customs Police, the Director of the Legal Department and Customs Affairs in the General Authority of Customs, and a representative of the Joint Operations Command He is met by representatives of the regional government, Jutiar Adel, a member of the region's negotiating delegation, Sami Jalal, advisor to the region's interior minister, and Abdul Qadir Abdullah, assistant director general of the General Authority for Customs in the region, and the paragraphs related to the work of the border crossings were discussed.
The statement indicated that "the delegation of the region requested obtaining the approval of the federal government on the official recognition of a number of border crossings in the region."
He revealed "the agreement to close all unofficial crossings and crossings, through the formation of a joint committee whose task is to close all unofficial crossings and crossings along the border strip between the region and neighboring countries."
The two sides also agreed "to unify tariffs, values and customs procedures through a joint committee that will complete its work within a month," according to the statement.
And the statement continued by "emphasizing the implementation of the outputs and recommendations of the Diwani Order Committee No. 62 of 2023 concerned with re-evaluation of Cabinet Resolution 13 of 2019."
They also agreed "to open official electronic channels for communication via mail and direct correspondence between the work of the Federal Customs with the border crossings in the region."