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    International reports confirm Iran's talk and Iraq lies.. the railway connection with Shalamcheh is

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    Post by Rocky Fri 07 Jan 2022, 6:51 am


    [size=30]International reports confirm Iran's talk and Iraq lies.. the railway connection with Shalamcheh is past!


    2022-01-07
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    Yes Iraq: Baghdad

    Confirmations of the start of the rail link between Iraq and Iran began coming in from various sources. After a number of Iranian assertions and Iraqi denials, the British “Global Construction” confirmed the Iraq-Iran agreement to build a 32-km railway line between Shalamcheh and Basra, after a hiatus of about 19 years. .
    And the British "Global Construction" bulletin, which specializes in reconstruction projects, stated that "a memorandum of understanding was signed between the Iraqi and Iranian governments to expand the railway linkage project between the two countries, which started mainly in 2011 and was not developed later."
    The website, quoting an Iranian government statement, stated, "It is scheduled to announce a joint project between the Iraqi Railways Company and its Iranian counterpart, within two months, and that Tehran will start work on construction on its side on the border, as soon as Iraq builds the part related to its destination." from the frontier.”
    The British website indicated that the Iranian Minister of Roads and Development, Rostam Qassemi, said that "the most important part of the railway will be a bridge between the two countries."
    The Iranian newspaper "Tehran Times", for its part, reported that the railway has been in operation for 19 years, and will be connected to a 17-kilometer railway linking Khorramshahr to Shalamcheh, which was built in 2011.
     
    Why deny transport what the prime minister has proven?
    The Iranian side talks constantly and confidently about starting a rail link with Iraq via “Shalamcheh-Basra.” On the other hand, the Iraqi side shows a “confused” and unclear position. Within one year, different and conflicting statements and directions were issued, between Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi, Minister of Transport Nasser Al-Shibli and responsible government agencies. the other.
    Recently, the Iranian side announced the start of the railway connection work and its inauguration on the ground after signing an agreement with Iraq. On the other hand, the Ministry of Transport denied this news, as Transport Minister Nasser Al-Shibli indicated that “a meeting minutes were signed with the Iranian side regarding the railway connection, which is not an agreement.”
    He added: "We have given a pledge to the Iraqis that any railway connection will not be possible to complete until after the completion of the Faw port, as well as the completion of the railways and its infrastructure to be ready to receive the connection with any country."
    Despite the Iraqi denial through the Minister of Transport, the Iranian Minister of Roads and Urban Reconstruction, Rostam Qasemi, confirmed the start of the rail link work with Iraq by clearing the track by dispatching experts to clear mines, estimating at the same time that the financial cost of this project would be about 120 million US dollars.
    Qassemi said that during the new agreement between the two countries, a date was set for the start of construction of this railway, and a joint investment and operation company should be established within the next two months.
    And he indicated that the project will be implemented within a maximum of two years, and that its cost will be between 100 to 120 million dollars. The railway line in the Mediterranean in the future.
     
    Going back to the eighth month, when the last Iraqi Minister of Transport’s denial was not the first, as he indicated in statements last August, that the memorandum of understanding with the Iranian side regarding the railway connection was signed by the previous government, but it was not put into practice,” noting that “the implementation of The link with the Iranian side is not included in the investment curriculum, which is usually approved by the Ministry of Planning, and does not exist as an investment opportunity.
     
    This complete denial contradicts a measure taken by the Council of Ministers when it approved last April the railway linkage agreement with Iran, as well as previous statements by Al-Kazemi last March, saying: “We have completed the railway linking agreement between Iraq and Iran, which will link the country to northern China and create opportunities.” It has a wide economic scope,” in reference to the Chinese Silk Project.
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