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Mubasher: Mustafa Al-Kazemi, the Iraqi Prime Minister, confirmed that he directed the ministries of oil and finance to provide absolute support to the Ministry of Electricity for the sustainability of providing energy to the Iraqi people.
Mustafa Al-Kazemi said, during his visit to the Ministry of Electricity, today, Saturday, that the terrorists and their supporters continue their attempt to impede life in Iraq.
He stated, that there are imaginary forces working to ensure that Iraq does not reach self-sufficiency in energy and gas, and are trying to impede these efforts by every means, continuing, "Our work on the energy sector and its development will not stop, and we are working on a strategic plan that we establish according to realistic studies to maintain electricity as a continuous service." to the citizens.”
He indicated that the government's solutions in the electric power sector are based on diversifying energy sources and achieving sufficiency in gaseous or other fuels to operate power plants.
He stated that whoever abused the energy sector through corruption, negligence, or political bargaining over the years, his action is no different from what terrorism does today by targeting energy transmission lines.
He stated: "There is no benefit in temporary patchwork solutions that we pay for twice, and the most important thing is the work of this government to develop radical, scientific and correct solutions to the problems of the energy sector in Iraq, with short-term and medium-term plans, in addition to long-term plans."
He pointed out that the Crisis Cell will follow up and act as quickly as possible in response to any violations targeting the electric power transmission towers.
He stated that Iraq had previously spent nearly $80 billion on the electricity sector since 2003, but corruption was a strong obstacle to providing energy to people in a stable manner, an unreasonable spending without reaching a solution to the problem at its roots.
He said that there are no quick solutions to the electricity problem, but we develop solutions and procedures with the fastest possible performance, and mobilize all the energies of the production and distribution sectors in order to develop solutions, and for the citizen to see positive results.
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