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Surprise .. Kuwaiti fuel is not for Basra

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Surprise .. Kuwaiti fuel is not for Basra

Post  RamblerNash on Mon Jul 23, 2018 2:55 pm

Surprise .. Kuwaiti fuel is not for Basra



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2 hours ago

A source in the Basra provincial council said on Monday that the fuel sent by Kuwait to help Iraq to supply power plants was not allocated to the province of Basra.

The source said that "a ship loaded with about 27 thousand liters of diesel fuel to operate some power plants, arrived in the province of Basra," noting that "a grant provided by the National Assembly of Kuwait."

He added that the cargo arrived at the port of Umm Qasr, as well as the arrival of 17 generators to generate electricity at the port of Safwan.

He pointed out that it is not for the province of Basra, but for other Iraqi provinces.

There have been recent mass demonstrations in Basra, in protest against the lack of services such as electricity and water, in addition to the lack of opportunities for workers and high unemployment, while the protesters accused the local governments and central corruption.

http://www.shafaaq.com/ar/Ar_NewsReader/aaf78694-9db7-4ca9-9a5e-ec1e02f1e296
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