The Council of Ministers has approved regulation on issuance of license for coal and chromite mining, and regulation that allows Maritime Affairs Authority to collect fees for services in order to minimize cost.
According to the Office of the Prime Minister, the council also deliberated and referred the draft proclamation on combating human trafficking to the House of People’s Representatives.
In its 73rd regular session held today, the council approved the regulations to be effective immediately.
The draft proclamation on combating human trafficking was prepared by the Attorney General, according to ENA.
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