Umm Qasr port receives two ships loaded with wheat Canadian to calculate the ration card

Received port of Umm Qasr in Basra province, two ships loaded with 100 tons of Canadian wheat to calculate the ration card.
A statement by the Ministry of Commerce, the agency received all of Iraq [where], a copy of which The two ships arrived to "port of Umm Qasr loaded with material Canadian wheat imported to calculate the ministry for distribution to citizens within the ration vocabulary." He added that "this shipment carrying 100 metric tons of Canadian wheat, which comes within the previous engagements of the ministry to cover the ration card requirements of flour for the processing of Iraqi families punctually and according to population density for each province.
"The statement pointed out that" the technical staffs of the General Company for Grain Trade working at the port mobilized their energies to pull models of the the back of the ship at sea in order to conduct laboratory tests to demonstrate its compliance with the Iraqi specifications and suitability for human consumption.
"And that" the ministry is following those procedures carefully with the authorities concerned and in conformity with the legal requirements of the contract and that will ensure the provision of matching material Iraqi specifications approved in this aspect, " calling on regulators to "cooperation and coordination with food companies and not to prejudge before the advent of laboratory test results, as well as to intensify their oversight role and inspection and to ensure the arrival of material to the citizen with the same specifications and good qualities and without manipulation of any party" .