Planning: We will keep on companies viewfinder of goods and will sign memorandums with some countries

Alsumaria News / Baghdad
confirmed the Ministry of Planning and Development Cooperation, Wednesday, to keep the companies viewfinder of goods, as indicated it will sign reciprocal agreements with some countries about it. He said the ministry spokesman Abdul Zahra al-Hindawi in an interview with Alsumaria News that "the ministry decided to hold on to companies viewfinder of goods which were previously contracted to inspect the goods in the countries of origin and at border ports of Iraq after the Minister of Planning meeting with agents and general managers to discuss the proposed work for international companies alternatives. "
He said Abdul-Zahra "It can not be dispensed in the current circumstances for companies viewfinder," adding that he "will put other options further with some countries as a signature mutual recognition diary, and activation of the Central Organization for Standardization and Quality Control laboratories for examination." And signed Iraq a memorandum of understanding during the past years, with the neighboring countries for the exchange of certificates of conformity, including a memorandum of understanding with the Iranian standardization device, and other memorandum with Jordanian specifications, to prevent the entry of any commodity is matching the Iraqi specifications. and the intervention of Iraq large quantities of canned food, soft drinks and meat, vegetable oils, cheeses, In addition to household items and electrical appliances, from Arab and foreign countries such as Syria, Egypt, Iran and China, across the Iraq border ports, and these materials are subject often to check confirms its suitability for use. As Iraq signed in 2012 with four close companies to inspect the goods in origin countries, including Almalinah and a Danish and a French company, in addition to the Swedish company. Linked to Iraq with neighboring countries through 13 border port, in addition to five ports and air five outlets freely and is considered an outlet newborn and Rabia with Syria, and port Trebil with Jordan, and port Arar with Saudi Arabia, and an outlet Shalamjah and Mundhiriyah with Iran, and port Abraham, which links Iraq to Turkey from the main border crossing points.