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Disclosure of new corruption related to ships imported by Iraq

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Disclosure of new corruption related to ships imported by Iraq

Post by claud39 on Mon Dec 10, 2018 7:17 pm


[rtl]Disclosure of new corruption related to ships imported by Iraq[/rtl]

10 December .2018 - 15:21 | Number of readings: 183   

[rtl]A member of the Security and Defense Committee, Abbas Srout, said Monday that the Italian side equipped the Iraqi Ministry of Defense with "junk" warships unfit for military action, while the Security Committee will open an investigation on the contract between Iraq and Italy in the eighties the last century.[/rtl]
[rtl]Sarwat said in a press statement that "the Security Committee will open an investigation on the delay in the receipt of warships from Italy during the contract period, estimated at 35 years," pointing out that "the ships that reached the Iraqi ports are not suitable for military action and are largely eroded, And military development. "[/rtl]
[rtl]He added that "the Security Committee will ask a question to the government on the payment of $ 50 million in rent to the Italian shipyard and the reason for delay to receive to this day," noting that "Iraq concluded the contract with the Italian side in the eighties of the last century and can not be received at the moment."[/rtl]
[rtl]The Iraqi government had acquired warships from Italy had requested in the time of the former regime in 1980, and is now in the port of Umm Qasr, Iraq.[/rtl]

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