The opening of the first Iranian electricity exhibition in Baghdad and Khatib is a better summer[/rtl]
[rtl]Release Date: 2019/3/5 10:50 • 216 times read[/rtl]
The opening of the first exhibition of Iranian electrical industries in the capital Baghdad, in the presence of the Minister of Electricity Luay Khatib and Iranian Ambassador to Iraq, Erj Musjdi, and a crowd of Iraqi and Iranian activists in the sector.
At the ceremony, the Iranian ambassador considered the exhibition an important step for his country's further involvement in strengthening cooperation with Iraq.
"We have sought to provide the groundwork for Iranian companies in various sectors of this sector in the Iraqi market and, besides exports of electricity, exports of equipment and spare parts related to the electricity industry," Masjedi said in a press statement.
For his part, Minister of Electricity Khatib welcomed the organization of this exhibition, praising the possibilities possessed by Iranian companies in the field of electricity industry.
"We welcome the Iranian companies specialized in the field of electric power to work in Iraq, and we are pleased to see this qualitative number of Iranian companies in Baghdad to participate in the reconstruction of the country."
He pointed to "promising Iraqi plans to work to improve the power situation" promising that "this year will be better than last year."
He explained that "the import of electric power from Iran is my time because Iraq is a rich country, and that import is a matter of time until the investment of gas in Iraq, and we have plans in this direction."
"We have a contract with Iran to import 1,100 megawatts of electric power by the end of this year, according to needs and demand for electricity," Khatib said.
As for Iraq's debt from importing electricity from Iran, Khatib said, "There is an approved mechanism between the two countries regulated by the banking services in both countries to resolve the issue of debt."
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