Baghdad, July 19 (Rn) - The Directorate General of Customs of Iraq on Tuesday that it has reached an agreement with the agents of the output Alkmarki about the speed of entry of goods imported into the country through the activation of Altsrihh customs.
The agreement comes after four days of protests for the owners of clearance companies Alkmarki and goods vehicles coming from outside the country in the port Trebel border with Jordan on the new mechanism adopted by the General Authority for Customs to examine goods, and they said it caused delayed entry of imported goods at border crossing points and lead to damage some of them.
The Director General of Customs Nofal sound Kurdistan News Agency (Rn) that "the Customs Service agreed with the output of customs agents on Tuesday to accelerate the introduction of imported goods through customs Altsrihh activation."
Linked to Iraq with neighboring countries through 13 ports of a border, in addition to five ports and air five outlets freely, most notably the port Abraham with Turkey, and an outlet newborn and Rabia with Syria, and port Trebil with Jordan, and port Arar Saudi Arabia, and an outlet Shalamjah and Mundhiriyah with Iran.
The flow of foreign goods on the Iraqi market since the lifting of the siege in 2003.
But the Iraqis often complain about the goods enter the corrupt or expired to the markets of the country as a result of poor quality control at border crossings as well as the presence of corruption.
The sound that "there is no delay in the entry of Iraqi goods after the activation of Altsrihh customs that would limit the phenomenon of financial and administrative corruption in the process of entry of goods."
He continued by saying that "some of those traders, importers and businessmen continue to try to impede the work of customs Altsrihh working to facilitate the entry of the goods as soon as possible."
And the intervention of Iraq, large quantities of canned food, soft drinks, meat and vegetable oils and cheeses, as well as household items, electrical appliances, from Arab and foreign countries such as Syria, Egypt, Iran and China, through the ports in Iraq border, are not subject to these materials in most cases to check confirms the suitability for use.
The Central Agency for Standardization and quality control of the Iraqi Ministry of Planning has a contract at the end of January / the last two world wars with the French, one Swiss and the other to inspect goods entering Iraq across the border points.
Under the contract the two companies (SGS) of Switzerland and (Rio Veritas) French Wars, which both have branches all over the world, examining the material in the country of origin to ensure the identical specifications of Iraq through laboratories accredited certificates of conformity and sent electronically to the Central and copy it to the port border.
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