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Post by RamblerNash on Mon Jul 23, 2018 11:10 am

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The Ministry of Electricity and Water of Kuwait, Mohammad Bo Shahri, said on Sunday that the ministry donated to Iraq 17 mobile generators with a total capacity of 30 thousand kilowatts.

Boshhari said in a press statement that the donation came "to alleviate the electricity crisis in the Iraqi city of Basra."

"In view of the current difficult circumstances faced by the brothers in Iraq, which is partly due to severe electricity shortages, HH the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah extended urgent assistance to brotherly Iraq."

The Iraqi Ministry of Electricity announced last Friday that Kuwait will supply fuel for the operation of power stations in the country.

The social media in Kuwait broadcast videos of a transport convoy of generators and fuel tanks, heading to Iraq amid security protection.

Kuwait's fuel supply comes after Tehran's decision to suspend a contract with Baghdad for years to supply it with 1,200 megawatts of electricity because of domestic demand.

Iraq has been importing electricity from Iran to reduce energy shortages in the country for many years, with energy infrastructure being destroyed and destroyed by decades of war and blockade.

The population's resentment is high in the summer (peak season), with interruptions in the national grid of electricity rising with temperatures rising to some days at 50 degrees Celsius.


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