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Post by RamblerNash on Sun Nov 03, 2019 10:21 pm

Fears of delay in the arrival of food to Iraq

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03-11-2019 01:05 PM

Baghdad / News

Trade Minister Mohammed Hashim al-Ani revealed on Sunday that the continued protests have had a negative impact on the port of Umm Qasr overlooking the Arabian Gulf, in the south of the country.

"The protests delayed the unloading of many shipments of rice and food at the port," Ani said.

More than 100 people were injured by Iraqi security forces using tear gas to disperse a number of protesters outside the port of Umm Qasr, which is located in the province of Basra in southern Iraq, on Saturday, after renewed demonstrations in the region for the second consecutive day, which led to the closure of all Roads to Umm Qasr Port.

The Iraqi National News Agency:: "The forces dispersed the demonstrators closed the port of Umm Qasr near sight since 3 days," pointing to the clashes between the two sides.

The demonstrators had closed on Tuesday the main entrance to the port, and prevented the entry and exit of trucks loaded with goods.

The agency said that "troops entered and removed the trucks from the port after reopening."

The closure of the port for commodities, officials said, led to the suspension of all operations there.

Umm Qasr receives imports of cereals, vegetable oils and sugar shipments that feed the country, which is largely dependent on imported food.

Commenting on the closure of the port, the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights in Iraq called on protesters to "abide by the places of demonstrations and not to endanger public facilities and property."


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