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    The shutdown of "Iranian lines" puts one million people in eastern Iraq in crisis

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    The shutdown of "Iranian lines" puts one million people in eastern Iraq in crisis Empty The shutdown of "Iranian lines" puts one million people in eastern Iraq in crisis

    Post by Rocky Fri 14 Jun 2024, 4:39 am

    The shutdown of "Iranian lines" puts one million people in eastern Iraq in crisis

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    Baghdad today - Diyala
    Diyala Council member Aws Al-Mahdawi confirmed today, Thursday (June 13, 2024), that electricity lines imported from Iran suddenly went out.
    Al-Mahdawi said in an interview with "Baghdad Today", "The Mirsad and Sarpil Zahab lines, which transport more than 400 megawatts of electricity imported from Iran towards Diyala, were suddenly extinguished without warning, which led to the governorate losing a large portion of its energy supplies."
    He added, "Most of the cities of Diyala are in a critical situation with the loss of electricity supplies imported from Iran, calling on Baghdad to provide relief to the governorate through the gas station in Mansouriya or through the main supply lines with Baghdad to reduce the extent of the electricity shortage as temperatures reach half-boiling."
    He pointed out that "more than a million people are currently suffering due to the lack of electricity and the lack of knowledge when imported energy supplies from Iran will return."
    Iraq depends entirely on Iran for electricity, as it is the only supplier of gas that powers power stations, in addition to the lines supplied to border provinces such as Diyala.
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