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Planning announces the start of the work of standardization and quality control at border crossings


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13 hours ago, 3n1 said:

 

yup musta been spy photos the dude holding the page down wasnt a pencil pusher ( smashed fingernail ) and the shadow of the person taking the pics , wonder what it all means :tiphat:

 

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17-02-2019 04:08 PM
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BAGHDAD (Reuters) - 
Turkish Ambassador to Baghdad Fatih Yildiz said on Sunday that he had discussed with the Iraqi Finance Minister, Deputy Prime Minister for Economic Affairs Fuad Hussein, the unification of the customs tariff at the Ibrahim Khalil crossing. 
"I spoke a little while ago with the Assistant Prime Minister and Finance Minister Fuad Hussein," Yildiz said in a tweet on his Twitter account. "His Excellency supported the lifting of internal customs points in Iraq from the evening of February 16, 2019." 
He explained: will henceforth apply a unified customs tariff in the port of Ibrahim Khalil whether internal checkpoints were removed or not. 
The Turkish ambassador in Baghdad said: 'I informed him that we will follow up this subject,' noting that Turkish shipping companies that use the crossing confirmed what the Iraqi minister said.
The General Authority of Iraqi Customs announced the implementation of the Convention for the abolition of customs points established on the federal border with the Kurdistan region and the commencement of the unification of customs procedures at all border crossings as of Saturday.
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Baghdad: 
The Union of Industrialists appealed on Sunday to Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi to implement the decision of the Council of Ministers on the protection of the product at the Iraqi border crossings in the Kurdistan region. 
The Union said, 'We appeal to the federal government to implement the law of protection of the product obtained by the decisions of the Council of Ministers of the Federal to protect their products in the ports of the Kurdistan region, as stated in the Council of Ministers No. 13 of 2019 Article 2 / IV'. 
"The failure to protect the local product contributes to the elimination of the private sector and its imported competitor."

The Union said that 'the implementation of the decision to unify the tariff in all ports has been applied but was excluded paragraph 4 of it'

 

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Release Date: 2019/2/17 15:14  379 times read
Turkey attaches importance to the unification of customs tariffs in Iraq
(VOI) - The Turkish ambassador in Baghdad, Fatih Yildiz, said on Sunday that he had discussed with the Minister of Finance, Deputy Prime Minister for Economic Affairs, Fuad Hussein, the unification of customs tariffs at the Ibrahim al-Khalil crossing.
"I spoke a little while ago with the Assistant Prime Minister and Finance Minister Fuad Hussein," Yildiz said in a tweet on his Twitter account. "He supported the lifting of internal customs duties in Iraq from the evening of February 16, 2019." 
He explained: will henceforth apply a unified customs tariff in the port of Ibrahim Khalil whether internal checkpoints were removed or not. 
The Turkish ambassador in Baghdad said: "I informed him that we will follow up this subject," noting that the Turkish shipping companies that use the crossing confirmed what the Iraqi minister said. 
The General Authority of Customs announced the implementation of the Convention for the abolition of customs points established on the federal border with the Kurdistan region and the commencement of the unification of customs procedures at all border crossings as of Saturday.
The Director-General of the Kurdistan Regional Customs, Samal Abdul Rahman, on Sunday, that it was agreed on a unified tariff table in all of Iraq, based on the tariff of the region, "He said 
," The agreement on the unification of customs tariff was the result of serious work between the joint committees and welcomed the The Iraqi customs authority to remove the customs controls that were established on the main roads leading from Mosul and Kirkuk to the Kurdistan region. 
The General Authority of Customs has announced on the eighth of this month, the start and direct implementation of the Council of Ministers Resolution No. (13) for the year 2019 on the unification of tariffs and procedures with the Kurdistan Region and all border crossings and the adoption of a unified customs declaration {customs statement} in Arabic and Kurdish.
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Alsumaria News / Baghdad 
The second deputy speaker of the House of Representatives Bashir Haddad, on Sunday, that the activation of customs tariffs between Baghdad and the Kurdistan region "a guarantee for the unity of Iraq." 

"The activation of the customs tariff between Baghdad and the region is a step in the right direction and guarantee the unity of Iraq," Haddad said in a brief statement received by Alsumaria News.
 

 
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Apply for visa to Iraq

Free import

• 200 cigarettes or
• 50 cigars or
• 250 grammes of tobacco
• Up to 1 litre in wines or spirits
• 500 ml of perfume in two small opened bottles
Up to 25 Dinars can be imported and sums no greater than 5 Dinars can be exported out of the country.

Prohibited

• Israeli currency
• Illegal drugs
• Guns, Explosives and ammunition – unless authorised
• Knives and deadly weapons
• Nuclear material – except for legitimate industry or medical purposes
• Meat and milk products
• Artefacts of important religious or historical importance are completely restricted
• Antique carpets
• Magazines, films and other material against the public interest
• Pets and other animals – unless permission has been obtained
• Counterfeit money and goods
• Pornographic material

Restricted

• All travellers entering Iraq are required to take an AIDS test. Travellers suffering from AIDS, tuberculosis, syphilis or leprosy will be deported.
• Material used in the creation of explosives including fertilizers is restricted from entering the country without a special licence from the Ministry Of Trade.
• Plants and plant products will require permission from the Ministry Of Trade.
• Countries which have suffered outbreaks of bird flu cannot import fowl or poultry products into the country without permission
• Any dogs, cats and other pets will have to be cleared by the Iraq live animal desk before being granted permission into the country. All pets will need an Iraq International Health Certificate confirming that the animal is clean of any contagious diseases and a vaccination against Rabies

https://www.visahq.com/iraq/customs/#!import-regulations

 

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11 minutes ago, dinarbeleiver said:
Apply for visa to Iraq

Free import

• 200 cigarettes or
• 50 cigars or
• 250 grammes of tobacco
• Up to 1 litre in wines or spirits
• 500 ml of perfume in two small opened bottles
Up to 25 Dinars can be imported and sums no greater than 5 Dinars can be exported out of the country.

Prohibited

• Israeli currency
• Illegal drugs
• Guns, Explosives and ammunition – unless authorised
• Knives and deadly weapons
• Nuclear material – except for legitimate industry or medical purposes
• Meat and milk products
• Artefacts of important religious or historical importance are completely restricted
• Antique carpets
• Magazines, films and other material against the public interest
• Pets and other animals – unless permission has been obtained
• Counterfeit money and goods
• Pornographic material

Restricted

• All travellers entering Iraq are required to take an AIDS test. Travellers suffering from AIDS, tuberculosis, syphilis or leprosy will be deported.
• Material used in the creation of explosives including fertilizers is restricted from entering the country without a special licence from the Ministry Of Trade.
• Plants and plant products will require permission from the Ministry Of Trade.
• Countries which have suffered outbreaks of bird flu cannot import fowl or poultry products into the country without permission
• Any dogs, cats and other pets will have to be cleared by the Iraq live animal desk before being granted permission into the country. All pets will need an Iraq International Health Certificate confirming that the animal is clean of any contagious diseases and a vaccination against Rabies

https://www.visahq.com/iraq/customs/#!import-regulations

 

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Wow 

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Free import

• 200 cigarettes or
• 50 cigars or
• 250 grammes of tobacco
• Up to 1 litre in wines or spirits
• 500 ml of perfume in two small opened bottles
• Up to 25 Dinars can be imported and sums no greater than 5 Dinars can be exported out of the country.

25 Dinars import and 5 Dinars export? Where are the zeros?

https://www.visahq.com/iraq/customs/#!import-regulations

Please delete, I see it is posted now.  Getting a little excited. Lol

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1 minute ago, dinarbeleiver said:

I saw it quoted on some Dinar site out there and went to the link

I thought you could always bring in or leave most countries with $10,000.00 as long as you declare it! My guess is it’s scuttle-butt ! But I really don’t know one way or other! I think it’s fake though! JMHO 

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      Planning announces the start of the work of standardization and quality control at border crossings
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