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of a British minister written in writing to Abdul Mahdi to resolve the crisis in Iraq

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of a British minister written in writing to Abdul Mahdi to resolve the crisis in Iraq

Post by claud39 on Tue Feb 12, 2019 9:43 am

http://www.shafaaq.com/ar/Ar_NewsReader/dcd0892d-c542-4f07-bd35-29e50c4bb85a

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International Trade Minister William Fox has written to Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi, in which he pledged to resolve the water shortage in the oil-rich southern province of Basra.

British Ambassador John Wilkes said Tuesday that Fox had written in writing to Abdul Mahdi, explaining the United Kingdom's support for Baywater to resolve the water crisis in Basra.

"The minister has made it clear that he is confident that the United Kingdom will provide its best assistance to Basra in the coming years by implementing this project," he said.

The province of Basra has seen last year and at the height of the summer heat mass demonstrations to protest the lack of drinking water and the lack of services, has been followed by many demonstrators between the dead and wounded after clashes with the Shiite factions armed control there.

 




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