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Ministry of Transport: have paid the first installment of the cost of building the port of Faw and w

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Ministry of Transport: have paid the first installment of the cost of building the port of Faw and w Empty Ministry of Transport: have paid the first installment of the cost of building the port of Faw and w

Post by Hkp1 on Wed 13 Feb 2013, 5:53 pm

Ministry of Transport: have paid the first installment of the cost of building the port of Faw and work will begin in March next


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2013/02/13 21:58


Term Press / Baghdad

Revealed
the General Company for Ports of Iraq's Ministry of Transport, on
Wednesday, announced the launch of the first installment of the amount
of the establishment of the eastern breakwater in the port of Faw, which
will begin (Aurkd and without Greek) implemented in March at a cost of
204 million euros.

The general director of the company, Omran
Radhi Thani, in an interview with (long-Presse), that "the work on the
draft port of Faw, had begun actually since (8 December 2012), began
Angels company, creates road service, and dams dirt, and complete
Comprehensive survey work clearing the project area of ​​mines and
explosives and ballistics. "

And second, that "these actions, the
task for the launch (Aurkd and without the Greek), which was awarded by
the project to establish the breakwater east of the new port of
unhindered, as access to capital Arabian Gulf in the region, is very
difficult, because of looseness earth, and the presence of large numbers
of mines by successive wars. "

The second, that "the total value
of the eastern breakwater project, amounting to 204 million euros,"
pointing to "the launch of the first installment of the amount today,
and it is hoped that the company will start its work in March next
year."

The Iraqi Ministry of Transport, announced on Wednesday
(January 30, 2013), for "near" the arrival of the Greek company (Aurkd
and without) responsible for implementing the draft port of Faw in
southern Iraq after "resolving differences" with them, stressing that
the construction of the port will enable it to control the transport
Marine in the Arab region as a whole, while the eye to it continuously
"lift remnants of the Iran-Iraq war," for the rehabilitation of the rest
of the ports.

With regard to sedimentation basins, said Director
General of Ports, "the company is working to pull mud and sediment,
especially after arrival time حفارتين within the Japanese loan, and the
presence of third giant excavator will soon be received within the
investment budget."

The Ministry of Transport and placed last
April, the cornerstone for the port of Faw, which indicates his designs
basic features the container terminal along the 39,000 meters, and a
berth last long 2000 meters, as well as an arena for containers with an
area of ​​more than one million m 2, and another arena multipurpose area
of ​​600 thousand m 2, with the absorptive capacity of the port of 99
million tonnes per year, while the total cost for the establishment of
four billion and 400 million euros, and it is hoped that the connection
port railway line linking the Arabian Gulf through Iraqi ports in
northern Europe through Turkey.

The province of Basra, (590
kilometers) south of Baghdad, with six commercial ports oldest port
stronghold near the center of the city of Basra, which was created by
British troops in 1914, where she was used by the military purposes
before he took to the Iraqi authorities in 1937, as well as the port of
Faw, which has become dedicated to the berthing and departure of fishing
vessels, as it is located near the entrance of Shatt al-Arab, and in
1965 created the port of Umm Qasr, which Ministry of Transport announced
in last year's cut in the two ports launched on the new name "Khor
Abdullah" , while witnessed in 1989 the completion of the construction
of a port Khor Al-Zubair which contains docks industrial and stores of
iron ore, phosphate and urea, and in 1976 created the port of Abu Flus
on the West Bank Shatt al-Arab within the district of Abu Khasib, and is
currently the most active commercial ports despite small size and
inability to accommodate large vessels.

The General Company for
Iraqi Ports announced, on May 28, 2012, that more than 70 Arab and
foreign companies expressed a desire to establish the eastern breakwater
of the port of Faw, confirming its intention to contract with the
company "with the best bid."

The Ministry of Transport, in April
of 2010, the cornerstone for the port of Faw, which contains according
to his designs core container terminal along the 39 thousand meters, and
a berth last long 2000 meters, as well as an arena for storage
containers area of ​​more than one million m 2, and another arena
multipurpose area of ​​600 thousand m 2, while the total capacity
maximum port 99 million tonnes annually, with an ESTIMATED COST of the
project four billion and 400 million euros, and it is hoped that the
connection port location line of railway linking the Arabian Gulf
through Iraqi ports in northern Europe through Turkey, a strategic
project which is known as "dry canal".

The General Company for
Ports has established ways and pay dirt at the project site in
preparation for the implementation of the first phase, which provides
for the establishment Refractor (barrier) of the waves and dock services
and other facilities, where embarked force of class military
engineering, on the seventh of May 2012, a campaign to purge the project
site of mines and unexploded ordnance left over from the Iran-Iraq War
(1980-1988), has been extracted and found so far on hundreds of them.

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