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Discussions with Britain to implement the Baghdad Metro

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Post by rocky on Thu 03 Aug 2017, 2:29 am



Discussions with Britain to implement the Baghdad Metro

 Baghdad / Range

The Secretariat of Baghdad discussed with the British Embassy in Iraq the mechanisms of implementation of the Baghdad Metro project through investment. A statement from the secretariat received a copy of the secretariat that "the secretary of Baghdad, Zaki Aloush, met the British Ambassador to Iraq, Frank Baker, in the presence of the President of the National Investment Authority and a member of the advisers and the agent of the Secretariat of Baghdad for technical affairs and Director General of Relations and Information to discuss ways of bilateral cooperation between the two sides and exchange of experiences In the infrastructure sector. " The statement added that "the meeting also included the search for the embassy to invite a number of specialized companies to form an advisory team and to achieve a direct meeting with the committee formed by the Iraqi side, which includes the secretariat of Baghdad and the National Investment Commission and a number of specialized bodies to discuss the mechanism of financing the metro project and the possibility of implementation of investment.

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