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    Post by Rocky Fri 13 Jan 2023, 6:17 am


    [size=30]Signing with Siemens.. Iraq’s prime ministers usually launch their governments with it: the full story of a “swinging” agreement 6 years ago


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    Yes Iraq: Baghdad

    Iraq's prime ministers continue to inaugurate their governmental duties and eras by traveling to Berlin, the German capital, to sign a contract with Siemens, which had previously talked about a "road map" to end Iraq's electricity problems completely within only 4 years.
    Former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki inaugurated the signing with Siemens in 2008 to build power stations with a capacity of more than 3,000 megawatts.
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    Then, in 2018, the government of Haider al-Abadi announced an agreement with Siemens to develop electric power in Iraq and make the supply last for 24 hours.
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    At the time, the economic daily Handelsblatt newspaper quoted government and other sources in the electricity sector as saying that the German engineering group Siemens is working to conclude an agreement worth up to nine billion euros ($10.6 billion) to supply electricity generation technology to Iraq, and aims to add 11 gigawatts of electricity generation capacity. in four years.
    However, the contract was later signed by the government of Adel Abdul Mahdi in April 2019, bringing the value of the contract to 14 billion and 650 million euros (more than 15 billion dollars), with the same other contract details represented in adding 11,000 megawatts.
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    The contract was supposed to take place in 3 short phases (one year), medium (two years), and long (4 years), meaning that it was supposed to end in 2023.
    During the years 2018 and 2021, reports, indications, and statements emerged indicating the existence of a “quota conflict” between Siemens and General Electric, as Germany and Siemens specifically were accused of interference by the American side and its dissatisfaction with the completion of the Siemens contract in Iraq.
     
    In 2019, in an exclusive interview with DW, Siemens CEO Joe Keizer said that Trump played a role in trying to block the German company's agreement with the Iraqi government and pushing for the entire deal to be awarded to the American General Electric Company.
    "It's clear that there were extraordinary forces involved in the deal," Kazer added during the interview.
     
    After that, in 2020, the company's executive director in Iraq, Musab Al-Khatib, said that the fluctuation in global oil prices, and the economic downturn that resulted from the Corona pandemic; Impact on the pace of implementation of development projects in Iraq for the company.
     
    Accusations were leveled against Al-Kazemi of standing behind the expulsion of Siemens in favor of the American General Electric Company, but in July 2020, Al-Kazemi directed the activation of Siemens projects, and then in June 2021, Al-Kazemi met with the director of Siemens and urged him to complete the first phase of the project and overcome procrastination.
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    However, Siemens projects never moved, while international reports indicate that Al-Sudani went to Germany to activate the same contract that was suspended during the past three years.
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