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Kuwait is electrifying the south of Iraq. A new gift from the prince

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Kuwait is electrifying the south of Iraq. A new gift from the prince

Post by RamblerNash on Tue Jul 24, 2018 10:45 pm

Kuwait is electrifying the south of Iraq. A new gift from the prince

Twilight News

2 hours ago

The Iraqi Ports Authority announced the arrival of a giant oil tanker on board the fuel provided by Kuwait to Iraq to operate the power stations.

The Director of Public Relations and Information of the Authority, Anmar Al-Safi, said that "the giant tanker Jans arrived at the waiting station at the optical ports at 10 pm Baghdad time (7 pm GMT), coming from the port of Al-Ahmad in Kuwait

He said the tanker loaded with 18 thousand tons Of fuel gas oil (Kazawil), and will lay on the quay of liquid gas in the ports of Basra to unload the cargo

He added that the fuel shipment, which came as a gift of the Emir of Kuwait, Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah, and will be used in the operation of power stations stopped and the maintenance of working stations

The Ministry of Electricity Iraq has announced last Friday, a The State of Kuwait will supply it with fuel, to operate the power stations in the country.

In addition to oil assistance, the Kuwaiti government has provided urgent assistance to Iraq in the light of the difficult conditions facing Basra and a number of Iraqi cities due to the severe shortage of electricity.

The Ministry of Electricity and Water donated 17 mobile generators with a total capacity of 30 thousand kilowatts to alleviate the electricity crisis in the Iraqi city of Basra.

About two weeks ago, protests broke out in the province of Basra, before they spread to other provinces, in protest against the power outages, water scarcity, widespread unemployment and rampant corruption.

Iran has cut the electricity supply line to Iraq with the capacity of "thousands of megawatts" in early July, due to the accumulation of debt, which negatively affected the number of hours on the supply of electricity in the provinces of southern Iraq.


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