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    Iraq digs 30 meters under the sea and completes the Al-Faw docks in 5 months...a fixed date with the

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    Iraq digs 30 meters under the sea and completes the Al-Faw docks in 5 months...a fixed date with the Empty Iraq digs 30 meters under the sea and completes the Al-Faw docks in 5 months...a fixed date with the

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    [size=52]Iraq digs 30 meters under the sea and completes the Al-Faw docks in 5 months...a fixed date with the Sudanese[/size]

    [size=45]The General Company for Iraqi Ports renewed its commitment to the completion date of the Grand Al-Faw Port, confirming that next October will witness the completion of the first phase represented by the five berths, noting that during next June, excavation work will begin for a crack inside the Khor Al-Zubair Canal, reaching a depth of 30 meters below surface level. The sea within the submerged tunnel project.[/size]
    [size=45]Farhan Al-Fartusi - Director of the General Company for Ports of Iraq, in an interview with the official channel:
    The five berths project has reached 95% completion rate, and as we announced before His Excellency the President, this project will be 100% completed in October of this year, and as for the container yard project, we announced The completion rate has reached 75%, and by the end of this year, we will officially announce the reclamation operations, since the project is being completed entirely at sea, so the matter requires backfilling operations with space material.[/size]
    [size=45]The other project is the road project linking the port of Al-Faw and the city of Safwan, to meet the international highway. This project has reached a completion rate of about 74%, and we made a promise to Mr. Sudanese, that we will complete the 51 km with asphalt on the side of Al-Faw, which starts from the entrance to the port of Al-Faw. To the submerged tunnel.[/size]
    [size=45]We announce the completion of work on any part of the project. We previously announced the completion of four piers, and we will announce the completion of Pier 5. As for the submerged tunnel, we will announce after 20 days the completion of the work of pouring the ten concretes that will form the submerged tunnel, and excavation work will begin for the crack that reaches... 30 meters below sea level next June, to be ready to receive the ten blocks that will be floated at the end of the year, after the inspection process begins in September.[/size]
    [size=45]As for the financial returns, there are financial returns that can be expected, and there are those that cannot be expected or may be unforeseen. When the feasibility study for Al-Faw Port was prepared in 2010, the return was around 10 billion dinars, if we completed the project in 2050, but today, after updating the study Feasibility: We found that the first step in the project was an increase in the expected volume of goods, from 42 million tons to 57 million tons, and for this reason we took quick measures.[/size]
    [size=45]Projects have begun to accelerate. Today, Mr. Prime Minister signed the Al-Faw Grand Refinery, and a while ago he issued directives to establish a liquefied gas station, and then initially agreed to establish a seawater desalination station and an electric power production station.[/size]
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