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Declared the province of Kirkuk administration, on Sunday, to achieve the proportion of the completion of more than 90% of the implementation of the second corridor project Holi road, while confirming that the project will contribute to ease the traffic momentum and connects the road to Baghdad - Kirkuk without passing through the city, pointed out that the total cost for the implementation of up to 68 billion dinars within the petro-dollar allocations.
[rtl]The governor of Kirkuk for reconstruction advisor Abdul-Karim Hassan Rafiq in an interview (range Press), "The project consists of the Thruway two lanes starts from Sulaymaniyah Bridge, northeast of Kirkuk, and ends with the intersection of Taza, 15 kilometers south of Kirkuk, and a length of 21 km." .[/rtl]
[rtl]He said Rafiq, that "the work now being poured right road corridor armed by concrete corridor to the right and it is hoped to be completed for passage early next year," he said, adding that "the work will begin at the opening of the corridor left-right pane."[/rtl]
[rtl]He said Rafiq, that "the project will contribute to ease the traffic momentum and facilitate the next movement of trucks and will link Baghdad, Kirkuk through without forcing drivers traffic in the city center," noting that "the project also includes four bridges head with arches Box and several pipe along the sidewalks and medians and connectivity with roads and that intersect with him. "[/rtl]
[rtl]Rafiq stressed that "the cost of the project which is implemented by nine companies of sober people of Kirkuk, costing 68 billion dinars within the Alaptrdolar allocations."[/rtl]
[rtl]The Kirkuk (250 km north of Baghdad), has seen over the past four years, the implementation of more than a thousand projects, including paving of more than 1,200 kilometers and clothing and the implementation of 22 bridges or Mjsra maintain but complain about lack of federal government pay their financial dues since mid-2013 and suffers from an economic crisis because of lower oil prices, as well as receiving more than 600 thousand displaced people, which led to the suspension of many projects.[/rtl]