[size=52]The launch of the first phases of the Jordan-Rutba-Al-Qaim power line[/size]
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Baghdad: Omar Abdul Latif
The mayor of Al-Rutba District in Anbar Governorate, Imad Al-Dulaimi, announced the launch of the first phases of the Jordan-Rutba-Al-Qaim power line during the current year.
Al-Dulaimi said: “The construction of the main site for the executing company has been completed, and the raw materials for this project, including iron, columns and wires, are expected to arrive at the ports soon,” noting that the project “will feed the city with energy through the national stream for the first time, in addition to the work of switching to energy. Renewable energy and the use of solar energy in the judiciary to equip various civil departments and projects.”
Al-Dulaimi added, in an interview, that “since its liberation, the judiciary has witnessed a wide campaign for reconstruction and construction, especially the rehabilitation of roads and bridges, and the rebuilding of government departments, such as agriculture, the municipality, the district office building, the police station, the national card and traffic, in addition to opening closed ones such as real estate registration, citizenship and the notary public.”
The mayor of Al-Rutba added that “the district is witnessing other projects in the annual roads developed in the vicinity of the northern district, which include the bridges of Wadi Houran,” adding that “work is underway to rehabilitate the roads and sewers of all the city’s neighborhoods, such as the old and new charter, the old and new neighborhood, the airport, the victory, the Adhari, the military neighborhood and the neighborhoods.” West Wadi, Karbala, and the lively Olive Street.
Editing: Ali Abdel Khaleq
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