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The Minister of Oil, Jabbar Ali al-Allaibi, on Monday, the Ministry's keenness to participate actively within the national effort to address the problem of providing safe drinking water in the province of Basra.
"The ministry will implement a number of projects aimed at providing potable water, as well as treating water from environmental and industrial pollution through the implementation of projects to extend water pipelines from major sources to treatment plants," the minister said in a statement to Ashfaq News. "The meeting decided to allocate a fund to develop and support water projects in the province of Basra."
He added that "the ministry will also rehabilitate a number of liquidation and treatment plants in cooperation with international companies operating in Iraq within the rounds of licensing oil, as well as the installation of a number of desalination units in the stations, in addition to the Ministry will finance a number of important water projects.
Al-Allaibi pointed out that "national responsibility, professional and moral calls us today to address the water problems and poor services suffered by the province, which is the main source of the Iraqi national economy, and all concerned parties to carry out their duties in order to speed up the crisis, In coordination with the government crisis cell and the concerned authorities in the province. "