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The ports continue to carry out a campaign to recover the severed marine parts of the Shatt al-Arab

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The ports continue to carry out a campaign to recover the severed marine parts of the Shatt al-Arab

Post by claud39 on Sat Dec 22, 2018 10:28 am

The ports continue to carry out a campaign to recover the severed marine parts of the Shatt al-Arab

Saturday, December 22,


The General Company for Ports, which is based in the province of Basra, Saturday, continued its implementation of a large campaign to recover marine parts soaked in many years in the waters of the Shatt al-Arab, including a marine hauler recovered after being sunk near marine vessels. 

The Director of the Media and Public Relations Department of the company, Anmar Abdul-Moneim Al-Safi said in an interview with Alsumaria News that "the Maritime Rescue Department in the company continues to carry out a large campaign to clean the navigational channels and port dock fronts of submerged submarines with a focus on the Shatt al-Arab channel and port berths The commercial stronghold, "noting that" the campaign led to the recent flotation of a marine boat was sunk near the sea vessels, and recovered a number of sunken bodies. "

Al-Safi pointed out that "the campaign involving divers and technicians using the marine crane will not stop until all the sunken pieces of water in the Shatt al-Arab are recovered." The campaign aims to preserve the environment, Sunken sea ".

Before 2012, the General Company of Ports was forced to conclude contracts with foreign and local companies for the purpose of clearing the passage of ships from ships and boats sunk by the bombing during wars, especially the first Gulf War (1980-1988). Most of these companies were cutting large pieces The submarine, which is the largest and most modern marine crane in Iraq, has been manufactured in the United States of America. South Korea Funded by the Japanese loan, and by which the company pulled many ships and sunken boats with relatively large sizes.

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