Cement is high priority in the war against smuggling

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Cement is high priority in the war against smuggling

June 17, 2017 - 16:27
Written by: HousamNajjair

The Fuel and Gas Crises committee, Central Security Department of Ras Ajdir and other security services from the border crossing with Tunisia at Wazin have just declared that any vehicle intercepted carrying cement from Libya through the borders will be targeted of balance on the suspension of the export of cement and wages from Libya.

The committee said in a statement that the security authorities will confiscate any cargo seized at the border ports that is proven ordered to export.

The committee explained that this action came due to the exploitation by some traders and owners of brick factories, stressing that its work is fighting any work contributes to smuggling and raise prices in the local market.