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    “Time and Mountains” to resolve the Baghdad and Erbil agreement on the Al-Faw train.. Details from t

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    [size=52]“Time and Mountains” to resolve the Baghdad and Erbil agreement on the Al-Faw train.. Details from the railway director[/size]

    [size=45]After the end of decisive discussions between Baghdad and Erbil in the presence of the Italian designer company, the director of the Iraqi railways confirmed that the Al-Faw-Turkey road “must pass through Kurdistan,” but the proposals were diverse about the final “passage point,” explaining new details about the initial agreement that was concluded, to save cost and time. It avoids “natural obstacles” such as mountains and difficult terrain.[/size]
    [size=45]Younis Al-Kaabi, Director of Railways:
    Ten governorates approved the route of the development road from Basra to Nineveh, and what remained was the section that concerned Dohuk Governorate and the Kurdistan Region.[/size]
    [size=45]There were natural conflicts in areas that included terrain such as mountains, and there were technical issues that took time, and now we have reached an understanding on a road that saves time, avoids difficult terrain, and achieves connectivity with the Turkish neighbor.[/size]
    [size=45]These understandings are technical, and took place in the presence of the technical authorities in the federal government, the Ministry of Transport in the Kurdistan Region, and the company implementing the project.[/size]
    [size=45]We have developed a road map to end the issue of adjusting course on the road to development and move on to detailed designs, tenders and implementation.[/size]
    [size=45]In any case, the road was within the Kurdistan region, and the difference in views was “from where it will enter the Kurdistan region,” as the Italian designer had an idea about the paths, and Kurdistan had another idea, until we reached common ideas about that.[/size]
    [size=45]The linking point in the Turkish Ovaköy region remains on the route, but the routes are determined by a consultant on options in the linking area in cooperation with the technical side in Turkey and Kurdistan, and it will perhaps lead to a change in some of the routes inside Iraq, but the linking point remains in the border area between Iraq and Turkey.[/size]
    [size=45]Each route has its own disadvantages and costs, and this route will shorten the distance by 30 km from the previously proposed route.[/size]
    [size=45]We will also make a financial balance between the current path and the new path that was proposed by the Kurdistan region.[/size]
    [size=45]The results of the financial comparison will be presented by the Italian company, and economic feasibility and the best path are certainly essential in the final choice of path.[/size]
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