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    Responsible for 60% of the "smuggled" crops.. cut off a major smuggling artery from Kurdistan to Bag

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    Post by Rocky Sun May 28, 2023 10:28 am

    Responsible for 60% of the "smuggled" crops.. cut off a major smuggling artery from Kurdistan to Baghdad
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    Baghdad today - Baghdad
    Today, Sunday, an informed source revealed that a comprehensive ban has begun on the entry of imported crops through the control of (Bawa Mahmoud) in the northeast of Diyala Governorate, which was responsible for 60% of the imported materials that are smuggled through the region to the rest of the Iraqi governorates, despite the issuance of decisions to prevent their import. .
    The source told (Baghdad Today), that "control constitutes a strategic node for the passage of 60% of the crops imported from the Kurdistan region towards Diyala and from there to Baghdad and the rest of the provinces, as it is the closest to land outlets with Iran and Turkey."
    He added, "The entry of any imported agricultural crops was prohibited according to the calendar of the Ministry of Agriculture, which specified the types as (potatoes, cucumbers, eggplants, watermelons, tomatoes, and watermelons)."
    And the source indicated, "Strict measures were imposed to prevent the entry of any imported agricultural crops, especially with the presence of an abundance of local production in Diyala and the rest of the governorates," pointing out that "the ban comes to support farmers and prevent flooding the markets with crops, which leads to incurring large financial losses."
    While the head of the local federation of agricultural associations in Diyala praised the comprehensive ban, stressing the need for more oversight in order to prevent the existence of any loopholes.
    He added, "Stopping imports is a strategic necessity to save what remains of agriculture in Iraq and give an opportunity to cover production costs after seasons during which farmers incurred heavy losses due to imports."
    On the 22nd of this month, the Ministerial Economic Council issued a decision to stop importing some agricultural commodities due to their availability in the local market.
    The ban included (tomatoes, potatoes, cucumbers, chard, eggplant, watermelon, watermelon, onions, okra).
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