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    Prime Minister: We pay Iran annually 7 billion dollars for electricity gas

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    Post by Rocky Thu 09 Feb 2023, 6:03 am

    [size=30]Prime Minister: We pay Iran annually 7 billion dollars for electricity gas
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    Prime Minister Muhammad Shia al-Sudani revealed the annual sums paid by the Iraqi side to Iran in exchange for electricity gas.  
      
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    In an interview with Asharq Al-Awsat newspaper, followed by Nass (February 9, 2023), Al-Sudani stated, "Until yesterday, the collection amounted to 600 billion dinars (about 400 million dollars) only per year."  
      
    And the Prime Minister answered the question, “How much should those sums be,” saying: “Billions are assumed. We only spend on gas that we import from Iran at about $7 billion a year, and we buy electricity from investors, at about $2.5 billion, in addition to oil derivatives.” And salaries are a high cost and little collection.”  
      
    He added, "In 2003, electricity production did not exceed 3,800 megawatts. Now, we have exceeded 21,000 megawatts. There is an expansion in growth and needs... The house used to have only a fan, now the whole house has air conditioners and various devices. We have many problems, as I mentioned; corruption." Poor management and planning.  
      
    He continued, "At the end of 2013, we finished with the issue of electricity, but we entered into (fighting) ISIS, so we went back. Sometimes administrative crises, and sometimes poor planning... Also, there is a remarkable issue in this sector, which is that electricity collection in all of Iraq does not exceed 10% or less.  
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