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    US State Department: Iraq has tremendous potential to renew energy in the Middle East

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    US State Department: Iraq has tremendous potential to renew energy in the Middle East Empty US State Department: Iraq has tremendous potential to renew energy in the Middle East

    Post by Rocky Tue 16 Apr 2024, 6:47 am

    US State Department: Iraq has tremendous potential to renew energy in the Middle East



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    Shafaq News/ US Assistant Secretary of State for Energy Resources Affairs, Jeffrey Payette, described the visit of Iraqi Prime Minister, Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani, to the United States as “successful.”
    In television statements on Tuesday, Payet renewed his country's support for Iraq to enhance energy and a stable energy system that serves Iraq's interests.
    He pointed out that the discussions of the joint higher committee between the Iraqi and American sides focused on supporting Iraq and enhancing its energy security, explaining that Iraq has enormous potential to renew energy in the Middle East.
    The United States of America decided to provide a financial loan worth $50 million to support medium and small projects in Iraq, while new memorandums of understanding were concluded to process gas and convert it into electricity in Iraq, according to the joint statement of the Supreme Coordination Committee between the two countries (HCC) issued today, Tuesday.
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