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Iraq fails to convince Iran to resume supplying electricity

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Iraq fails to convince Iran to resume supplying electricity

Post by RamblerNash on Mon Jul 16, 2018 11:25 pm

Iraq fails to convince Iran to resume supplying electricity

16-07-2018 All times are GMT +3

The Euphrates -

The Ministry of Electricity failed on Monday to persuade Iran to resume supplying electricity after talks in Tehran.

The ministry said in a press statement today that the Iraqi delegation failed to convince the Iranian side to continue to supply the country with electricity, without mentioning the reasons. .

The cutting of the Iranian line contributed to the increase in the hours of power cuts in the provinces of southern Iraq and was one of the reasons for the outbreak of mass popular protests a week ago.


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