Economy News - Baghdad
Kirkuk Governorate announced, on Saturday, the details of the work to expand the road linking with Erbil, confirming that the project will continue after all technical conflicts have been removed.
Kirkuk Governor Rakan Saeed al-Jubouri told the official news agency, "The completion rate of the expansion of the road linking the provinces of Kirkuk and Erbil has reached more than 60%," stressing that "works are underway to complete the work as soon as possible, after the relevant authorities made great efforts to remove the conflicts." technical work encountered.
He added, "The administration of Kirkuk has taken upon itself the rehabilitation and expansion of the roads linking Kirkuk and the neighboring provinces, including Erbil, after widening the road and making it three lanes instead of two and for a distance of 25 km for each corridor on both sides. It is a strategic and economic road, important linking all Iraqi provinces with Erbil." ".
He continued, "The work was distributed in several stages, and parts of it reached the last stages. As for the other parts, the company executing the project started the armament and casting works, especially since the road is one of the important economic roads as it embraces the movement of transportation around the clock from Zakho to Al-Faw, and between Turkey and Iraq in Supplying goods or transporting tourists and travelers to the north of the country and neighboring countries is one of the most important economic gains.
Al-Jubouri stressed that "the governorate administration has developed a plan, and has worked during the last period to rehabilitate all roads linking Kirkuk with the neighboring provinces of Diyala, Sulaymaniyah, Nineveh, Salah al-Din and Erbil, in addition to rehabilitating all internal streets and completing their furnishing to the fullest, as well as developing solutions for the main streets that witness Traffic jams by constructing tunnels and bridges.
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