The UN envoy welcomes the measures of unification of customs with the region


15/02/2019 07:15 PM | Number of readings: 1

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The General Authority of Iraqi Customs , on Friday, Welcomed the UN envoy to Iraq and the head of the UNAMI mission Jinin Hines Blaschart in front of the UN Security Council agreement reached between the federal government and the Kurdistan region on the unification of customs at all border crossings. “We welcome this agreement and draw attention to the need for implementation of the agreement to be a priority,” Blaschart said in a statement to the UN Security Council on the latest developments in Iraq. , It is continuing to implement this agreement to cancel the customs points established on the federal border with the region and will begin the unification of customs procedures at all border crossings as of Saturday   The Commission added that the agreement included the unification of all the procedures and provisions of the Customs Tariff Law and the adoption of a customs declaration in Arabic and Kurdish to work at all border crossings. In its statement, the Commission appreciated the attention of the UN envoy to Iraq and the keenness of the UN Security Council to implement this agreement, Is an important step in activating the Iraqi economy and supports private pollen and activates the internal trade movement and creates stability in costs and prices   .

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