[size=36]Abdul Mahdi discusses improving electricity in Iraq with the heads of three international companies[/size]
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Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi discussed Sunday with the heads of Germany's Siemens, ACWA Power Saudi Arabia and the US GE, improving the country's electricity.
In a statement received by Mawazine News, the Prime Minister's Media Office said that "Abdul-Mahdi received the heads of the German Siemens, ACWA Power and the US GE company separately." "The president of Siemens, Joe Kaiser, is committed to achieving stable electricity before next summer."
Abdul-Mahdi stressed, "The completion of Siemens for its contracts in accordance with the agreed time periods within the best global approvals."
For his part, the President of Aqua Power Mohammed Abdullah Abunayyan, "the keenness of the Saudi leadership to strengthen the relationship with Iraq,"
Abu Nayan presented "the company's services in the projects of electricity, water and Gulf interconnection."
The statement added that "Abdul Mahdi, discussed with GE, John Rice and the head of GE Middle East branch Joe Anis, in the presence of the US ambassador in Baghdad, the commitments made by the company to provide new and ongoing capacity."
He expressed the Chairman of the Board of Directors, "his desire to cooperate and partnership with Iraq and work on the supply of energy and meet the needs of citizens."
The meetings were attended by the Minister of Electricity and the Economic Advisor to the Prime Minister