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    An increase in the rate of livestock smuggling from a country neighboring Iraq to the UAE

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    Post by Rocky Wed 31 Jan 2024, 5:17 am

    An increase in the rate of livestock smuggling from a country neighboring Iraq to the UAE

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    [rtl]A member of the Board of Directors of the Bandar Abbas Chamber of Commerce stated that Qeshm, Minab, Jask, Lankeh and the port of Khasab in Oman have become stations for smuggling Iranian livestock to the UAE.[/rtl]
     
    [rtl]In an interview with ILNA, Ali Hashemi said about the smuggling of live livestock from the southern coast of Iran to the countries of the Gulf region: Livestock smuggling from the southern coast is not a new phenomenon, but rather a business in this region that has been active for several decades.[/rtl]
     
    [rtl]He added: The difference in the value of Iranian livestock in Iran and Arab countries, especially the UAE, has led to the continued smuggling of this product over the years. There is a greater demand for Iranian meat in the Emirates than meat imported from other sources because the Iranian livestock that are smuggled into the Emirates are fed from natural pastures, and the quality and taste of the meat is desirable to the Emirati customer, who declares his willingness to buy livestock from Iranian smugglers even if they are at exorbitant prices. .[/rtl]
     
    [rtl]Regarding the reason for the lack of intervention by the concerned authorities to make this trade legal, especially since it has been going on for decades, a member of the Board of Directors of the Bandar Abbas Chamber of Commerce said: When smugglers are forced to export livestock through official and legal sources, they must obtain a license from the Ministry of Agricultural Jihad and adhere to export laws, the matter is Which will reduce their profitability.[/rtl]
     
    [rtl]He pointed to the decrease in rainfall in southern Iran and said: The lack of rain encouraged livestock owners to sell them, and this led to a decrease in livestock prices in the country and led to an increase in their smuggling.[/rtl]




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