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Iranian and Iraqi officials agreed to establish a pharmaceutical committe in Baghdad on July 3.
Iranian and Iraqi officials agreed to establish a pharmaceutical committe in Baghdad on July 3.
Wednesday, July 04, 2018

Committee to Help Boost Medicine Import to Iraq

Wednesday, July 04, 2018

Committee to Help Boost Medicine Import to Iraq

A special committee has been established to accelerate medicine import to Iraq and circumvent international procedures for the registry of pharmaceutical products.
The committee comprises the vice chairman of the Drug and Health Committee of Iran-Iraq Chamber of Commerce, representatives of Iranian pharmaceutical companies, a deputy minister of health and the Iranian commercial attache to Iraq, Nasser Behzad, who was introduced as the representative of Iran’s ambassador to the committee.

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