[size=36]Iraq discusses with Kuwait the Gulf electrical interconnection project[/size]
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charge of the duties of the Minister of Electricity, Adel Karim, discussed with the Kuwaiti ambassador to Iraq, Salem Al-Zamanan, the Gulf electrical interconnection project and its desired importance.
A ministry statement said that Karim "stressed, during his meeting with the Kuwaiti ambassador in his office at the ministry's headquarters, the depth of the brotherly relationship between the two countries, and praised the great growth and development that Kuwait is witnessing, where the reconstruction that its features are embodied in addition to its prosperity technologically and economically."
During the session, Karim presented the Gulf connection and its importance, especially that "it will be in large parts of it inside Kuwaiti territory, estimated at 220 km", and that the ministry has discussed in detail most of the technical details, and negotiations are still ongoing with the linkage authority over the tariff, and Kuwait can play a flexible role. In its decisiveness because of its effective relations and its moderation in balancing the benefits achieved between Iraq and the Gulf states.
The person in charge of managing the Ministry of Electricity spoke about electricity projects in Iraq, saying, "We are going through a number of electrical interconnection projects with Jordan, Turkey and Saudi Arabia," pointing out that "signing several agreements with international companies on the exploitation of solar energy, and we have open horizons to exploit wind energy in appropriate locations." .
For his part, the Kuwaiti ambassador stated, "The search is continuing on the issues of electrical interconnection, and now we find high determination and great effort to implement, and we are looking forward and ready to open up completely to achieve, and Kuwait will make every effort to complete it by reaching satisfactory compromises for all negotiating parties." Ended 29/A 4