Follow-up - and babysit - The Ministry of Commerce announced the arrival of nine ships to the port of Umm Qasr, Basra province, loaded with hundreds of tons of different ration card items.
A statement of the ministry received news agency public opinion (and babysit) a copy of all its coordinator at the port Jawad Darwish said that "these loads are within the import plan to trade in order to promote national inventories and ensure provided continuously in the stores of the ministry companies scattered across the country."
And between Darwish said "four ships loaded with the amount of 140 000 tons of Thai rice and Uruguay resource for the expense of the General Company for Grain Trade docked at the pier No. 3, 12,14, where it is unloaded directly into transport trucks process in order to deliver it to the companies to the ministry of all the stores." .
"It has also been supplying 50 000 tons of Australian wheat on the back of the ship (Banzaa), which is still waiting to enter the port tomorrow," noting that "the arrival of 60 000 tons of sugar from the Gulf of Origin contract with Skralkhlij company as well as from the Bahraini origin in accordance with the contract with sugar Bahrain spread over three ships to calculate the General Company for the food trade and docked at the pier No. 15 ".
He noted an official at the Ministry of Commerce to "supply 4000 tons of oil from the Turkish rule of origin mark [net] and docked loaded her on the sidewalk No. 4 and 11 in the port."
Darwish and that "all contracts for all materials ration card items are under the letter of credit and direct contract with fitted vocabulary companies without an intermediary."
He pointed out, "It was an all laboratory tests on the materials that went into the harbor was conformity with contractual specifications and validated for human consumption."
He concluded by saying that Darwish, "the Ministry of Commerce strives to provide the ration card items and put it through the contracts and tenders that are continuously in accordance with the mechanisms and controls that operate with full transparency and serve the public interest." Q, Q
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