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    New details regarding the Basra-Shalamcheh railway link project for transporting passengers

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    Post by Rocky Mon 17 Jun 2024, 4:40 am

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    [size=52]New details regarding the Basra-Shalamcheh railway link project for transporting passengers[/size]

    [size=45]The Ministry of Transport revealed the details of implementing the Basra-Shalamcheh railway project to transport passengers with Iran.[/size]
    [size=45]Director of the Media Office of the Ministry of Transport, Maitham Al-Safi, told the official agency, “The Basra-Shalamcheh railway project consists of several axes, most notably the bridge, mine removal, and also the issue of violations,” pointing out that “there are recent discussions with the Iranian side about the project.”[/size]
    [size=45]He added, “There was a visit by a technical delegation from the Ministry of Transport to Iran last April. The developments of the project and the transportation of passengers between Basra and Shalamcheh were discussed,” noting that “the project is of interest to both countries as it constitutes a safe means of transportation for visitors and travelers, especially during the days of millions of religious visits.” “.[/size]
    [size=45]He pointed out that “the project will contribute significantly to strengthening the tourism sector between the two countries, especially religious tourism,” stressing that “the project will shorten the travel period and make it safer for travelers, in addition to that it will contribute to reducing the cost of travel by moving through the railway link project between Iraq and Iran.”[/size]
    [size=45]He stated that “there were studies and designs for implementing this project, and a Spanish company was chosen to implement the project,” noting that the link line will be 36 kilometers long.[/size]
    [size=45]He continued, “An official letter was sent regarding expropriation and the ownership of the lands located on the Basra-Shalamcheh line was transferred by the ministries and government agencies in the name of railways and iron,” noting that “13 plots of land belonged to the Shatt al-Arab Directorate, in addition to 21 plots from the Basra Municipality.” And 7 pieces of state real estate, as well as 7 pieces of ports. Lawsuits were filed before the judiciary on 10/1/2024, totaling 16 lawsuits, which are located in the Shatt al-Arab District, and one of them is in Basra, Sinbad Island, which is also a mixed plot between the private and public sectors.[/size]
    [size=45]He went on to say: “We have reached advanced stages regarding expropriation by valuing the pieces, and we are awaiting the final decision to expropriate them, gradually.”[/size]
    [size=45]He pointed out, “The removal of 51 encroaching sites, and there are still 54 pieces, and the file of transgressions on this line ends in the areas of Al-Najibiya and Al-Daoudia, as well as near the approaches to Khaled Bridge and also the Juwaina area,” stressing that “an official letter was sent to the governorate to remove the violations and resolve this issue.”[/size]
    [size=45]He explained: “As for the conflicts, several official letters were sent to a number of ministries and institutions to resolve this issue completely,” pointing out that “the answer was given by all the ministries that are related to the issue, such as the Ministry of Water Resources and the Department of Roads and Bridges, and there is also coordination with education to end some expropriations.” Once the time period for final exams ends and the lands located on this line are handed over.”[/size]
    [size=45]Al-Safi went on to say, “There was a directive from Basra Governorate to remove some of the expropriations that are a police station and a controlling headquarters,” pointing to the formation of a joint appraisal committee with the Ministry of Electricity to remove conflicts before the Spanish company concerned with implementing the project, whose work is limited to studying the environment, design, and implementation. Infrastructure " .[/size]
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