April 14, 2021 | banking

Starting Tomorrow ... 6 Transit From 6 Border Ports Resumed To Increase State Revenues


Baghdad / NINA /- The Ministry of Transport announced the resumption of transit from 6 border ports to increase state revenues, starting tomorrow, Wednesday.

A statement by the Border Ports Authority stated that: A meeting was held today under the chairmanship of the Minister of Transport, Nasser Al-Shibli, in the presence of the President of the Border Ports Authority, Omar Al-Waeli, and representatives of the relevant departments.

It added: During the meeting, the issue of transit was resolved and the necessary controls were set and resumed, starting tomorrow, Wednesday, from the ports (Zurbatiyeh, al-Qaim, Trebil, al-Mandhariyah, Safwan and Arar), which are six border ports with five countries, in order to transport goods (transit) through Iraq to neighboring countries.

The statement quoted al-Waeli as saying that: This matter is one of the important steps to increase state revenues and activate the important site of Iraq.

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