Turkish companies get investment opportunities to implement two electricity projects west of Anbar
12:50 - 28/11/2019
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The governor of Anbar province, Ahmad al-Mahalawi, announced on Thursday that Turkish investment companies have been granted investment opportunities to implement two electricity projects in the western regions for the first time since the return of security and stability to the cities of the province.
Mahlawi said in a statement to the information, that "Turkish investment companies have got investment opportunities to implement two projects affected by the electricity operations of terrorist operations in the district of Qaim west of Anbar for the purpose of returning them to service in the first step of its kind to outsource foreign investment companies to implement the damaged projects."
He added that "the two projects that revived to Turkish companies are the 132 line and 400 power station feeding the Akashat mine towards the district of Rutba, noting that" the rate of damage in the two projects 100% as a result of the establishment of [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
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criminal destroyed all power stations in the district during their control of the city.
The stability of the security situation has contributed to attracting investment companies to obtain investment opportunities announced by the local government earlier. Ends / 12a