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 Government Information: A new project to transport drinking water to Basra at a cost of 100 billion dinars

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PostSubject: Government Information: A new project to transport drinking water to Basra at a cost of 100 billion dinars   Thu Sep 06, 2018 9:57 am

Government Information: A new project to transport drinking water to Basra at a cost of 100 billion dinars



Ministry of Planning spokesman Abdul-Zahra al-Hindawi «Economy News»
 
09/06/2018

Economy News Baghdad

The Government Information Cell announced on Thursday the government's intention to implement a new project of 100 km to provide drinking water to the population of Basra province.

The spokesman of the cell, Abdul-Zahra al-Hindawi, in a press conference, followed by "Economy News", that among the governmental measures that accompanied the protests in the province of Basra, is the procedure related to the establishment of ten desalination plants and the duration of completion not exceeding three months and the cost of 170 billion dinars, Noting that "the Ministry of Finance is ready to provide this financial cover."

He added that "the second procedure is to extend a new transport line of 100 km for the transfer of drinking water to the province of Basra and the cost of 100 billion dinars," noting that "the Council of Ministers directed the Ministry of Municipalities to complete the project of water Basra in the area of ​​Haritha and there will be pilot operation of these projects in the month of October next , And the final will be in the month of February next.

Hindawi said the latest project "will save 40% of Basra's water needs" with a daily capacity of 200 thousand cubic meters.

"The Ministry of Electricity has been able to deal with the crisis, as the daily processing of the province for about 20 hours a day after the extension of Basra about 3000 megawatts of different provinces."

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