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Post by claud39 on Tue Dec 31, 2019 8:54 am

Iraq prohibits the import of frozen marine fish




12/31/2019





Economy News - Baghdad



The Ministry of Agriculture announced, on Tuesday, a ban on the import of frozen marine fish in support of the local product, noting that the ban comes as a result of the abundance of the local product.

The Ministry’s official spokesman, Hamid Al-Nayef, said in a statement seen by Al-Iqtisad News, that “according to the powers vested in the Minister of Agriculture to prevent and open import, the abundance and scarcity of the local agricultural product has obtained approval to prevent the import of frozen marine fish from all border crossings and as of December 30 this ".

Al-Nayef added that "the prevention process came as a result of the abundance of the local product," explaining that "the decision granted ten days to importers who had prior approval and who entered part of the imported consignments to give them enough time to complete the remainder of them."

He continued that "the ministry's policy is to protect the local product on the one hand and protect the consumer on the other hand," noting that "the abundance and scarcity of the product is determined through the application of the agricultural calendar, as well as data received from the directorates of agriculture that show the extent of the abundance or scarcity of the local agricultural product in both plants." And animal. "

Al-Nayef called on "all border outlets to commit to implementing this decision in support of protecting the local product."





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