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    Iraq is preparing to include two new ships in its naval fleet

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    Iraq is preparing to include two new ships in its naval fleet Empty Iraq is preparing to include two new ships in its naval fleet

    Post by Rocky Tue 19 Oct 2021, 7:16 am

    Iraq is preparing to include two new ships in its naval fleet

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    Iraq is preparing to include two new ships for its naval fleet, which were contracted under the Japanese loan.
    And the British Daily Mirror newspaper reported in a news item followed by "Economy News", that "the Columbia Dockyard Company (CDPLC) completed a buoy called "Al-Faw" and the pilot station "Shatt Al-Arab", and sent them to the General Company for Ports of Iraq.
    She added, "These ships came after the signing of the General Company for Iraqi Ports with the Japanese company Toyota and contracted shipbuilding works with Columbia Dockyard."
    And she added, "The project was financed within the framework of Japanese official development assistance loans by the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA)," explaining that "the two ships are transferred to Iraq on the semi-submersible "Development Way" ship.
    The Minister of Transport, Nasser Hussein Al-Shibli, announced, earlier, the ministry's intention to purchase two ships to develop the naval fleet.
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