The ministries of industry and agriculture are putting the marketing plan for urea fertilizer[/ltr]
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[Where - Baghdad]
General Company for the manufacture of fertilizers put to the Ministry of Industry and Minerals, and in collaboration with the Ministry of Agriculture, a new marketing plan for the disposal of its production of urea fertilizer.
The director of the Information Center and Public Relations at the Ministry of Industry and Minerals Abdul Wahid Alwan al-Shammari said in a statement received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of it today that "the company had already signed contracts with the General Company for Agricultural Supplies recent processing amount of 40,000 tons of urea fertilizer can be increased and 150,000 tons for the remaining months of 2016 ", declaring" the Ministry of Agriculture processing quantity of 150 000 tonnes during the current year under such contracts. "
He pointed out that "the company is moving towards the implementation of a new marketing policy in coordination with the Ministry of Agriculture in order to conclude new contracts and the conduct of its output stack in the stores and of 43,000 tons," expressing "the company was willing to equip the Ministry of Agriculture the amount ranging from [1500 to 1700] tons per day, especially and output up to  tons per day. "
Shammari He continued that "the economic and security conditions in the country have contributed to the poor marketing of which occupy some farmland by Daesh terrorist and lack of financial allocations granted to government institutions in addition to the security measures taken by the Baghdad Operations recently that prevent the entry of chemical fertilizer to the provinces of Baghdad and Diyala", appealing "security authorities in cooperation and facilitate the entry of trucks loaded with local fertilizer to the cities of Baghdad and Diyala, for the purpose of delivering fertilizer to the Ministry of Agriculture stores."
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