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Abdul Mahdi receives the heads of Siemens and General Electric each separately

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Abdul Mahdi receives the heads of Siemens and General Electric each separately Empty Abdul Mahdi receives the heads of Siemens and General Electric each separately

Post by rocky on Thu 11 Jul 2019, 4:01 am

Abdul Mahdi receives the heads of Siemens and General Electric each separately
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Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi received on Wednesday Siemens CEO Joe Kaiser.
According to the statement of the Prime Minister's Information Office, which was held during the meeting follow-up to the road map for the electricity sector, which was agreed and signed in the presence of the Prime Minister and German Chancellor Angela Merkel in the capital Berlin.
The Prime Minister stressed the importance of setting a timetable for the implementation of the mutual commitments of the parties and making the utmost effort to implement the map timelines, noting the ongoing efforts to improve energy and increase the processing hours in all provinces.
For his part, the President of Siemens said that the company is very interested in meeting the need of Iraq's electric power and the pursuit of the implementation of the map program, and the responsibility of solidarity to meet the requirements of the Iraqi people and cooperation in this vital area.
The company president promised to contribute with the Iraqis in the advancement of the state of electricity in the near future, praising the follow-up by the Prime Minister of the daily file of electric power in Iraq and give him all powers for this sector.
 He said that this personal follow-up is very influential and crucial factor in making progress in this file and improving electricity in the summer. He pointed out that the company is training and employing large numbers of Iraqi graduates and middle cadres.
The meeting was attended by German Charge d'affaires in Baghdad and the company's executive directors in the Middle East and Iraq.
Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi also received on Wednesday the CEO of GE Energy, Joseph Anis and his accompanying delegation.
The Prime Minister stressed the importance of the strategic partnership between the Iraqi government and General Electric Company to find comprehensive solutions to secure the electric power of citizens and benefit from modern technology and renewable energies. He added that Iraq is expanding to international companies and investment opportunities available to the expertise and large companies to provide services to the Iraqi people in all fields, , Noting the importance of cooperation with GE to develop and improve energy.
The President of the General Electric Company announced the progress of the strategic projects implemented by GE, including the linking of several secondary stations in different provinces of Iraq to help break the bottlenecks this summer and summer and the progress of work in the projects of Samawa and Dhi Qar and the project of Zubair station, As well as the new projects under contract which will increase the capacity of the network in Iraq by 3000 megawatts. Mr. Joseph Anis also reviewed the projects discussed under the roadmap for the development of electricity, covering projects in all governorates of Iraq
 
It provides training and employment opportunities for citizens throughout the country.
The meeting was attended by the accompanying delegation to the President of the Company and the Advisor to the Prime Minister.


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