<BLOCKQUOTE class="postcontent restore">May 23 2011
Transport to ratify land titling and role of its staff in Basra
Basra, Saad al-Samak
The Director General of Iraqi ports Corporation of Iraq restore the seat on the International Maritime Organization (IMO) after a hiatus of more than 19 years, with the Transport Minister approved 324 titling of residential houses and distribution company employees 300 residential plot of land between the families of the martyrs in Basra.
Captain Salah khudair Abboud told regarding the "morning": the meetings of the maritime safety Committee of the Organisation (IMO) held in London from 10 to 20 this month resulted in the restoration of Iraq's seat in the organization.
And that Iraq participated in the ministerial delegation, adding that restoring Iraqi ports will seat in the International Maritime Organization and the application of customs and maritime legislation dealing with the safety of ports and ships from different countries.
Captain Abboud said security conditions stabilized in Iraqi ports, has greatly contributed to the high numbers of ships and cruise line flying.
The Arab League decided last month to join Iraqi ports of ports pivotal Arab up terminal ports.
For his part, Deputy General Manager Aziz Hashim port Chief Engineer schnur told to "morning" went global maritime groups to restore its role of promoting marine safety certification of Iraqi ports, ships and open offices in the country.
Schnur said he discussed last week with a delegation from the Assembly of the French Navy (B.V) the possibility of opening an Office in Basra to facilitate detection of ports and ships in the country, stressing that opening Office will enhance the reputation of Iraq international shipping which consumes 90 percent of international trade.
He said schnur (B.V) is one among the top ten associations worldwide certification specs and international standards for maritime ports and ships, and has offices in more than 143 countries.
French Assembly representative Serge Black said in a statement, "morning" that I have an urge Assembly to work in Iraq and restoring its certification for ports and ships, and intends to open an Office in Basra to sustain its work in the Gulf region should lead in future maritime activity.
The company said in a statement regarding Iraqi ports "morning" that Transport Minister Sadiq Ali Hadi al-Amiri titling 324 residential homes of company personnel in Khawr al-Zubayr, in addition to ratifying the allocation of 300 residential plot in the Ministry for martyrs of chloroplasts.
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