Today, Thursday, Prime Minister Muhammad Shia’a Al-Sudani led a meeting with government and security officials who are responsible for preventing and punishing economic crimes.
According to a statement released by the Sudanese media office, the meeting focused on monitoring ongoing efforts to locate individuals involved in currency smuggling, criminal networks, and those who are violating laws and infringing on the rights of the local population, thereby sabotaging the economy.
According to the quote, Al-Sudani emphasized the government’s dedication to supporting these efforts, as they play a crucial role in promoting economic reform and combating corruption.
Al-Sudani emphasized the importance of establishing a cohesive and ongoing system among agencies dedicated to combating economic crimes. This includes the continued effort to track down those involved in currency smuggling, tax evasion, and speculation.
The Prime Minister has ordered a study on the deployment of mobile or fixed checkpoints along the main roads linking the border crossings. This is to prevent the transfer or smuggling of unmarked goods and goods that harm the Iraqi economy by illegally entering the country. The focus is on precautionary executive measures.