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Riyadh promises to supply Baghdad with 600 megawatts of electricity

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Riyadh promises to supply Baghdad with 600 megawatts of electricity

Post by RamblerNash on Sun Nov 18, 2018 12:09 pm

Riyadh promises to supply Baghdad with 600 megawatts of electricity

18-11-2018 06:58 PM

Reuters) - Saudi Arabia and Iraq have reached a preliminary agreement on a 600-megawatt Baghdad-Baghdad forgery, an informed source said on Sunday.

"An agreement has been reached with Riyadh on the possibility of supplying Baghdad with 600 megawatts, Riyadh is preparing to supply Baghdad with 600 megawatts of electricity," the source told the news agency.

Saudi media said that the chief adviser of the Ministry of Energy, Industry and Mineral Resources Yasser Turki met with the Director General of Electricity in the Ministry of Electricity, Khalid Ghazi in Riyadh today.

"During the meeting, they reviewed the bilateral relations between the two countries and opportunities for their development, in addition to discussing a number of issues of common concern," he added.


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