Any attempt to sell fertilizers on the black market will be banned by the State authorities,Agriculture Minister Salah Eddin Hilal asserted on Friday.
He called on farmers to report any person seeking to manipulate and tempt them to sell fertilizers on the black market.
In a statement, Hilal said that his ministry has coordinated with fertilizers companies to meet all needs of farmers during the summer season.
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