[size=36]Electricity: The American exception is a good step to implement the fuel plan[/size]
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Ministry of Electricity considered, on Saturday, the new American exception to Iraq, a good step to implement the fuel plan.
The ministry’s spokesman, Ahmed Al-Abadi, said, “The Ministry of Electricity provided a detailed explanation to the American side through the negotiating delegation on exempting Iraq from Iranian sanctions to import gas.” He pointed out that “the American side wanted to inquire about a set of steps that the Iraqi government is working on, represented The ministries of Electricity and Oil, and how serious they are in implementing the fuel plan. "
Al-Abadi explained that "the fuel plan includes the rehabilitation of the gas fields" Artawi, Redwood, Majnoon, crutch, and fields east of Basra and Diyala "and the rehabilitation of the pipeline network connecting to the electrical stations", noting that "the negotiating delegation provided an explanation about the seriousness of the electrical connection with neighboring countries, which included taking great steps To sign memoranda of understanding and a road map with the Gulf Linkage Corporation to establish an energy transmission system. "
The ministry spokesman promised, "The new exception is a good step to give enough room for the Ministry of Electricity to implement its plans." Ended 29 / A 43