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The Cabinet is taking a series of measures to increase the share of potable water in Basra

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The Cabinet is taking a series of measures to increase the share of potable water in Basra

Post by RamblerNash on Tue Jul 17, 2018 10:03 pm

The Cabinet is taking a series of measures to increase the share of potable water in Basra

Tuesday 17 July

Alsumaria News / Baghdad
, the voice of the Council of Ministers , on Tuesday, to launch allocations for the province of Basra from petrodollar for the execution of the services, while decided to take a series of measures to increase potable water share in the province.

" The Council of Ministers held on Tuesday its regular session under the chairmanship of Prime Minister Haider Abadi , " the press office of the Prime Minister said in a press release . "The Council discussed the general situation in the country and the file of services, including the recommendations of the committee formed by the Council of Ministers' 262 of 2018 ".

The office added, "With regard to the province of Basra, the Council voted to launch allocations to the province of Basra petrodollar to carry out the services," noting that "voted to spend the share of the province of revenue border crossings."

"In the water hub, the council voted to increase the water flow through Nazem Qal'at Saleh at 75 cubic meters per second and increase the water discharge in Al-Bida canal to 7.5 cubic meters per second." The Basra water project will be operational by the end of next August, For the full operation "The

office, he voted to" rehabilitate the projects working and complete the projects of Umm Qasr and desalination plant FAO"He pointed out that" in the medium term, the implementation of projects and expansion of existing projects provide 580 thousand cubic meters per day of drinking water, and continued efforts in the planning and implementation of major strategic projects to benefit from loans in addition to allocations and budget. "

The Information Office, That "in the axis of electricity, the Council voted to give the province of Basra the power to transfer work in projects suspended because of problems associated with lack of funding or the existence of problems raised to eliminate the blocking of work or the termination of the contract to the Ministry of Electricity with the continuation of any previous legal or administrative procedures," adding that " The Cabinet discussed the provision of employment opportunities for the people of the province of Basra and the rest of the provinces. "

It is noteworthy that the Council of Ministers held on Tuesday every week a session to discuss the draft laws and developments at various levels of political, economic and social.


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