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Member of the House of Representatives, Hadi Al-Salami, announced today, Saturday (September 30, 2023), the completion of the procedures for interrogating Prime Minister Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani in the House of Representatives.
Documents obtained by “Baghdad Today” indicated that “the Border Ports Authority revealed the existence of 7 unofficial ports in the Kurdistan region, in addition to 20 crossings, while indicating that they are among the most important smuggling channels for narcotic drugs and cigarettes.”
A document issued by the Authority on August 10, 2023 stated that the Authority responded to a parliamentary question by Representative Hadi Al-Salami regarding the region’s border crossings, which included “the number of official crossings operating in the federal governorates, which amounts to (22) official crossings. As for the Kurdistan region, there are (6) crossings.” "Official."
The document showed that "the number of unofficial crossing points in the Kurdistan Region is (7) and there are (20) unofficial crossings."
The document confirmed that "there is no control or management by us over the official ports in the region due to the Kurdistan government not implementing Council of Ministers Resolution No. (13) of 2019 despite multiple correspondences and meetings."
She indicated that "the total number of referrals to our federal outlets regarding drugs amounted to (128) referrals for the year 2022. As for cigarette stands, a total of (6,000) cartons were destroyed because they did not conform to the specifications issued by the Central Agency for Standardization and Quality Control. As for medicines, there are seizures." We have made several points, and there is an important note that must be mentioned, which is that the region’s ports and unofficial crossings are among the most important smuggling channels for the materials mentioned above.”