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Post by claud39 on Sun Mar 03, 2019 6:45 am

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Iran: We have a plan to rehabilitate electricity in Iraq




03/03/2019







Iran: We have a plan to rehabilitate electricity in Iraq 13320







Economy News - Baghdad




Iran has a three-year plan to rehabilitate Iraq's electricity sector, Energy Minister Reza Erdkanian said Sunday.
"Iran has provided the possibility of exchanging energy with all neighboring countries," Erdogan said in a statement quoted by the official Tasnim news agency. "The third energy transmission line that is now being set up with Armenia is to be completed before the end of this year. Increase capacity of energy exchange ".
"We have a vast deserts, a very suitable source of power generation, and we are ready to put our transport network at the disposal of investors, so that they can conclude agreements with neighboring countries and export their productive capacity," he said.
"There are no competitors in this area, because neighboring countries that import electricity from Iran have no better choice than Iran," he said.
On the export of energy to Iraq, he said, "We intend to play a major role in the rehabilitation of the Iraqi electricity sector through a plan over three years," stressing that "an agreement was concluded with the Iraqi Minister of Electricity during his recent visit to Tehran and extended the continued export of electricity to Iraq Another year. "
"Over the past years, we have exported electricity to Iraq worth more than $ 6 billion, more than $ 5 billion has been paid, and appropriate arrangements have been made to pay the remaining amount and there will be no problem," he said.
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