Planning plans to offer three alternatives for the examination of imported goods outlets border

Author: ASJ, HH
Editor: BK, HH
12/14/2015 11:06
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Long-Presse / Baghdad

, Confirmed the Ministry of Planning and Development Cooperation, said Monday that the contract the two companies Alojunbatin which Ttulan check goods entering Iraq will continue until the end of next year in 2016, as revealed its intention to put forward three alternatives on the examination of the interior of goods to Iraq most notably "improving national capacities to inspect the goods."

A spokesman for the Ministry of Planning Abdul-Zahra al-Hindawi said in an interview to the (long-Presse), "The work of the companies viewfinder of goods contracted by Iraq, will continue until the end of next year 2016," returned to "inspect the goods operation of the priorities of the work of the Ministry of Planning."

He said al-Hindawi, that "the ministry is seeking to improve the process of examination of the goods to higher levels in order to ensure access to quality specifications," adding that "the ministry orientations to examine the goods going three paths, the first, to keep the companies viewfinder, or to be announced for a new round of licenses to attract companies other world. "

He said al-Hindawi, that "the second track, is the signing of memorandums of understanding with other countries, especially neighbors, such as Turkey, Iran, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, including Iraq's recognition of the tests that you make to that is recognized contrast Pfhossatna, to facilitate the work of border crossings," noting that "the third track, includes the development of the potential of the Iraqi laboratories quality control, and benefit from the process of examination to achieve an additional resource for the country, as well as relying on the national effort. "

The Central Organization for Standardization and Quality Control, the Ministry of Planning, signed the end of January 2011, with two international companies, one French and one Swiss, to check goods entering Iraq through the border crossing points, after the ministry's decision to terminate the LG AG Swiss company in charge of the process of examination goods imported to Iraq after Akhlalha terms of the contract.