Latakia / Tartous-SANA
The elements of internal trade and consumer protection in Tartous and Lattakia closed 6 fuel stations, seized a warehouse and a store containing quantities of food flour and food supplies for trade, and organized dozens of rationing seizures in ovens and shops.
In a statement, which Sanaa received a copy of today, the Directorate of Internal Trade and Consumer Protection in Lattakia stated that its members had organized an arrest against a warehouse in Jableh-Rumaila that contained 7 bags of supply flour in addition to 35 empty supply bags of flour and 40 bags branded across the east with the intention of trading the material on the black market.
The director of internal trade and consumer protection in the governorate, Samer Soussi, pointed to the confiscation of the quantities, the closing of the warehouse, and the referral of the violator who is present to follow up the investigations duly.
The seizure also extended to a store for the sale of foodstuffs that traded in the regulated and distributed materials by the Syrian trade and expired materials, as all the quantities were confiscated to be delivered to the nearest Syrian trade hall and the shop was closed with red wax, and the seizure was referred to the appropriate court in the first place.
In Tartous, the Director of Internal Trade and Consumer Protection closed 6 fuel stations and seized catering and tourism furnaces and violators.
According to a statement by the directorate, Sanaa received a copy of it. Its members organized 29 supply controls that affected the bakeries of the genie and the sea horse with offenses of weight loss and poor manufacture of bread, the tourist baker and the tourist baker and the tourist baker and the tourist baker, and Nahed al-Siyahi, with violations of not announcing prices and selling at an extra price.
The seizure also affected 14 accredited bread dependents in the Tartous, Baniyas, and Dreikish regions for committing violations that varied from tampering with the electronic card system with the intent to trade in catering bread, selling at an excessive price for the supply of bread, and violating the restrictions imposed for the transfer of subsidized goods and selling without accreditation.
The directorate closed 6 fuel stations in Tartous and Baniyas for committing violations that varied between attempting to cheat with the gasoline pump agent, tampering with the electronic card system, trading in gasoline and diesel fuel, and the lack of the strategic reserve of gasoline.
The rest of the seizures included violations of possession of unknown source materials, non-compliance with weights, placing the production and expiry dates in the form of a removable sticker, and not announcing prices.