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Minister of Communications: We will terminate the contract with some companies

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Minister of Communications: We will terminate the contract with some companies

Post by claud39 on Tue Jan 15, 2019 7:58 pm


[size=36][rtl]Minister of Communications: We will terminate the contract with some companies[/rtl][/size]

Wednesday 16 January 2019

[rtl]Baghdad / Al-Sabah

[rtl]Communications Minister Naeem Thajil al-Rubaie said on Tuesday that the poor Internet service was caused by the reluctance of companies and that the ministry would end the partnership with each other.[/rtl]
[rtl]"The Minister of Communications received Australian Ambassador to Baghdad Joan Landes and the two sides discussed the establishment of a joint workshop between the two countries," a ministry statement said.[/rtl]
[rtl]"The ministry is keen to review all contracts with companies because they are not at the required level and the intention is to end the partnership with each other," he said, referring to the delay of the Internet service in Iraq. "We have many projects that need investment, including the Iraqi satellite project and the bank account (electronic payment), optical cable rehabilitation projects, the construction of housing units for ministry employees, postal and banking services, the establishment of a cultural center in each governorate and the headquarters of the communications club, And others. " He added that "the full details of each project will be announced through the website of the ministry and we have an openness to deal with international companies, including Australian companies."[/rtl]

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